Rabbits are famous for hopping, so it’s no surprise there’s bunny show jumping. It’s hard to teach rabbits to do this: they have to stay on a leash so they don’t wander away from the course. Sometimes their human friend has to “re-set” the bunny to a better spot to jump. But the winning bunnies make it over all 12 little hurdles. They also try to jump the highest and the farthest, with the world bunny long-jump record at almost 10 feet!

*Wee ones:* Bunnies have 4 legs. Get down on your hands and knees like a bunny, and pick up your back right leg!

*Little kids:* If a checkerboard hurdle is the 4th one in the course, how many hurdles do the bunnies jump over before it? *Bonus:* If the 3rd bunny makes it over the checkerboard hurdle, then the 6th bunny, then the 9th, which bunny should make it next?

*Big kids:* The record-winning rabbit jump was 9 feet 10 inches. How far short of 10 feet is that? (Hint if needed: A foot has 12 inches.) *Bonus:* If each hurdle is 5 feet away from the next, how far does the bunny run from the 2nd hurdle to the 8th hurdle?

*The sky’s the limit:* If the bunny has just 5 hurdles left, and jumps only 2 of them, how many possible pairs of 2 hurdles could that be?

Answers:*Wee ones:* Try to find your back right leg!

*Little kids:* 3 hurdles. *Bonus:* The 12th bunny.

*Big kids:* 2 inches short. *Bonus:* 30 feet.

*The sky’s the limit:* 10 pairs. There are 4 pairs that include the 1st hurdle (1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5), then 3 new pairs include the 2nd hurdle (2-3, 2-4, 2-5), then 2 more include the 3rd hurdle (3-4, 3-5), and finally 4-5 is the last. So we get 4+3+2+1 = 10 possible pairs.