Here's something that you and your friends can do together. The next time you think of hanging out and straining the couch while watching TV, think again! Grab some chalk, get some nice pebbles, and play hopscotch!
Some hopscotch grids, courtesy of kidsregen.org
Hopscotch has long been played in many different countries, and children all over the world should re-learn it instead of gluing their fingers to their PlayStation consoles. Adults are no exception to hopscotch fun: you can get good exercise, re-test your balance, and even team up to get the most points.
Here's a good site for you to start honing your hopscotch skills: http://www.wikihow.com/Play-Hopscotch
Rachel Everdene will not be held responsible for injuries sustained due to hopscotch and over-excitement or frustration related to said game.