|by Peng!!!||Date Added: Friday 18 January, 2013|
My youth group was having a youth day and we needed jump ropes and these were great. The girls and boys had fun. No problems with material.
|by Steve||Date Added: Tuesday 25 December, 2012|
We broke these out at family gathering and even the boys were jumping rope and having fun. It them outside and away from tv!
|by BRITTASTIC!!!!!!||Date Added: Sunday 24 June, 2012|
My friends and I do double dutch at school EVERYDAY and we are getting 2 b pretty AMAZING!!! We made a double dutch club called the JumpingJELLYbeanz and the only negative is that if we try 2 jump in it hurts so we cant jump in we just jump in it. I am the jumper in the group and I bought them my friends complain that they hurt their hands but being the jumper I think they r good but not great and I ordered the 30 feet and when i unfolded it at school my friends mouths opened as wide as they could because they r SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO long so get the 16 feet not the 30. I only recommend it 2 jumpers of the group.
|by shalacko||Date Added: Saturday 21 April, 2012|
FYI - the 64 in ropes are great if you have a large area - like the school gym, or cafeteria. I take the kids during PE time and assign 4 kids to an end of a rope. All 4 kids go to opposite ends of the gym so that the ropes cross each other like a plus sign. Then they all have to turn their end of the rope together so that you have 4 very large squares for students to jump into. So, you can fit about 4 kids per rope side (meaning 16 kids can jump at one time). It is a lot of kids, and you will have a lot of misses, but it is still fun. With a smaller group, or if you want to take turns, let one child jump on each side of the square. They can do tricks and even jump rope inside the jumprope. It it a lot of fun for the kids, and something different to try. Good luck!
|by Teiglandfamily||Date Added: Tuesday 17 April, 2012|
Daughters love this for double Dutch. It's really easy on the body if it slaps against you. Great price too.
|by Curtis F. Lawrence Jr. "King Tut"||Date Added: Tuesday 14 February, 2012|
These are durable, but get stiff in winter. The scholars in my school still love playing with them during recess