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Junior Activity Week 

JUGGLING


 
Juggling is the ability to keep (two or more objects) in the air at one time by alternately tossing and catching them. Below is the mastery grid to show what you need to do to gain the most possible points.
Learning Outcomes:

1.     Improvement in eye-hand coordination 

2.     Development of accuracy in throwing and catching

3.     Improvement in reflexes, timing, rhythm and balance

4.     Development of concentration and focus


Juggling

Levels

Tasks

Level 1

=

1 point

Juggle two balls for more than 10 unbroken catches


Level 2

=

2 points

Juggle two balls for more than 20 unbroken catches


Level 3

=

3 points

Juggle three balls for more than 20 unbroken catches

Level 4

=

4 points

Juggle three balls for more than 30 unbroken catches


Level  5

=

5 points

Juggle three balls for more than 50 unbroken catches

or three tricks included in 30 unbroken catches

 
 Two balls
 
 
 Three Balls
 
   
Tricks Three balls