This is how I used to play as a child......first the Hoscotch pattern was drawn with chalk
Throw a stone onto the first square then hop over the square and land on two feet.
If there are two squares side by side, put a foot in each square.
If it is a single square, they hop onto the square.
Then hopscotch up to the top, turn and hopscotch back down.
When you come to the square with the stone on it, pick it up, then hop or jump onto that square.
If you throw your marker onto a square and it misses…the other person gets a shot.
If you stand on a line or put both feet down, when you are meant to be hopping, the other person gets a shot….and you have to repeat that number.
Sometimes a "rest area" is added on one end of the hopscotch pattern where the player can rest before hopping back to the beginning.
These photos are of the Hopscotch area at our local school...rather different to the the chalk drawn patterns I used to play on.
Did you used to play Hopscotch...and did you call it Hopscotch or something different??