Group : Square Up (18)

A group of kids playing hopscotch in a village in rural Romania over a decade ago….and one lad is chalking up the game on the road:

Kids playing in street, Maramures, Romania

Linked to January Squares at Becky’s here

12 comments

  1. Simple games, still being enjoyed. Who needs a Playstation to have fun?
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. maristravels

    Lovely. Reminds me of my first visit to Cuba where we saw children playing with whipping tops! Remember those? I was immediately carried back to my childhood and asked one of the children if I could have a go but to their delight I was now useless at the game. As you say, it also provided fresh air and exercise.

  3. When children played outdoor games. 🙂

    janet

  4. Goodness knows what he is using as that is a very BIG stick of chalk! I recall playing hopscotch as a child, it was a game you could happily play by yourself as well as with friends.

  5. I used to love playing hopscotch – and even these days if i see it drawn up I cannot resist a hop and a skip!

  6. Several things seem to be going on at once and all the kids are joyful. My granddaughter and two friends were out in the yard yesterday running around all with masks. Some kids still go outside!

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