Five red-eye frogs and five orange frogs line up in a row with a space between them.

They have to change places but they can only hop, one frog over another frog or slide to an empty space next to them.

Red-eye frogs can only move to the right and orange frogs can only move to the left and never in the other directions.

How can they change places following these rules?

How many moves will it take?

Try the puzzle with 2 frogs on each side first, then with 3 frogs on each side …

Click here for the FROGS Inclusion and Home Learning Guide.

Click here for the FROGS worksheet.

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