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Welcome to juggling! This one-time class “Learning to Juggle” will assume no juggling experience and will focus on the beginning toss and practicing good tossing habits. Learning how to juggle is a great way to build self esteem for young students and practice good hand eye coordination. The class will be structured so that I will demonstrate each technique and then give students time practicing so I can give input and suggestions for improvement. All that’s needed is a positive attitude and...
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dr. David PurvisElementary and Middle School Science Teacher Consultant
40 total reviews
47 completed classes
For over 25 years I have taught science in some context to elementary, middle, secondary, and college students. I have taught science education courses in a teacher education program and have even taught pre-K and Kindergarten science. I have...