Many girls could juggle 2 or 3 balls at a time against a wall. Their complex games involved high speed bouncing moves and when that became too tame they would toss the ball between their legs or twirl around before catching the ball. All of this was accompanied by singing of various rhymes.
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Bounce, Retell. Help students with reading comprehension by creating a winding path for them to bounce on as they retell a story. Draw different shapes and write key details inside of them (title, characters, narrator, setting, fact vs. fiction, main event, and chronological order - first, next, last). Kids plop on a jumping ball with handles, answering the key detail block they land on.
Bounce in London is a ping pong restaurant and bar concept based at the site where Ping Pong was first invented in Holborn. This fantastically fun restaurant bar intends to marry table tennis with British inspired cocktails and delicious wood fired pizza.
January Word of the Day Vocabulary Brain Bounce Game
This great January Word of the Day vocabulary game is based on winter words from our January Word of the Day calendar. It is one of our new Word of the Day Brain Bounce games to help your kiddos practice ELA skills. You can also use these cards in a January or winter center or as a Scoot game. Some teachers have used the cards as a read around the room activity or as exit cards. This is a great winter activity to play during the month of January!