Hopscotch. Yep, I know I've got so many pins here I'm probably re-pinning, but eh, what the heck. Still makes me smile.

Supplies needed: chalk or sidewalk paint, stones/bottlecaps or bean bags. Playing hopscotch is easy. First, make the paint to create your hopscotch grid.

Glass Toy Marbles - Vintage I still love marbles! Used to play them at recess in elementary school. The principal regarded it as gambling and put a stop to it. I was a elementary recess, draw a circle in the dirt, marble gambler too!

I have my moms old school bell. I remember her standing on the school steps calling the kids in from the playground.

I have my mums old school bell. I remember her standing on the school steps calling the kids in from the playground.

We carried this to school every day to refill our fountain pens - we were not allowed to use biros

OMG I remember carefully opening the cap of this to refill my fountain pens everyday back in elementary school - we were not allowed to use pencils/ballpoint pens.

Playground Jump Rope with multiple children...To this day, among my fondest of memories...Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn around...

Typical girls known as "pigtailers" jumping rope during recess. Location: Cleveland, OH, US Date taken: May 1946

Dit Ben Ik, Classroom Ideas, Hoe, Kind, Anchor

aap noot mies, I learned to read on that way in 1956. Also in that time it was an oldfasioned way.

aap noot mies-in the early days(for 50 years) we started, in this way to read, at school.

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