Juggling

The grade 7 class began their juggling unit. We start by juggling scarves because they are slow enough that students have a couple of extra seconds to think about what the next move is going to be. By the end of the first class, almost all students have mastered scarf juggling and are very anxious to move on to bean bags or balls. Some even want to try chain saws or flaming torches (and no, we don't give them that option).

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