Sometimes, it’s great to get pupils moving around, laughing, and doing something completely different to break from their academic learning and help break the monotony – for you and for them.
Teach them to juggle!
Just for a few minutes, but in the video below. World record juggler and magician David Slick of Slick Jugglers has created a video where he shows us uncoordinated people out there the “easiest and most lazy way” to learn the basics of juggling.
Give it a go yourself, and try it for a few minutes every now and then with your pupils. We’d love to hear how you get on.
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