Juggling for the Complete Klutz

Klutz Press
John Cassidy, B. C. Rimbeaux

When we were considering adding a fifth child to our family, my husband joked that since that would mean having more kids than hands, at least one of us would have to learn to juggle. With guidance from this book and lots of practice, he got it down, then taught me. Our kids all love to help us practice and are starting to try it themselves. It's been surprising to see how many of our friends are jugglers; get the rhythm of it, and it's not nearly as hard as it looks. Just watch out for things flying unexpectedly around the house!

Topic: games
Age Level: secondary
You'll use it: daily

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