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11 ways to leap into Leap Day

 
We’re sooo close to spring, we can practically feel the sunshine and smell the flowers! If you’re going a li’l stir crazy as winter draws to a close, take advantage of Leap Day with these pretty ridiculous (but, come on, totally fun) ideas to let your inner wild child run free. After all, it only comes once every four years.

 

Throw a trick on a trampoline

 

Grab a group of girls and guys, sit down in a circle and play “Down by the banks of the hanky panky.”

 

Find a bucket of chalk and play a game of hopscotch

 

Do a set of 10 frog jumps (or jump squats)

 

Watch Amy Adams in Leap Year

 

Dig up two jump ropes and a few friends, and go double-dutch

 

Raining? Rock your rainboots and go puddle jumping

 

Play leapfrog with your sibs

 

Do a late-winter Polar Bear Plunge. Bonus points if you can raise money for charity!

 

Head over to a local elementary school or park and play four-square

 

Impromptu dance party! Be sure to add “Shout” and “Cha Cha Slide” to your playlist.

 

What are you doing for Leap Day?
 
 

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 2/26/2012 12:00:00 AM

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