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Warming Up A good way to prepare yourself for skating is to make a common practice of marching. When you pick up one foot after the other like you're marching, this should help you be able to slowly gain confidence and balance.
Report Joseph Merlin introduced the first patented roller skate in 1760. In 1863, James Plimpton, a businessman from Massachusetts invented a roller skate that could actually turn and make curves.
Goals and Objectives -The goals and objectives for skating is mainly to do what you please. -There are no limitations. -To complete difficult creative tricks is the major objective. -It is a unique activity where you can try new things without any rules.
Description of Activity To glide or move along on or as if on skates.
Fitting into age groups Skating can fit for all age groups. Once a child reaches the age to where they can balance themselves and handle the jobs carried when skating.
Suggested Grade Level Skating shoes come in all sizes therefore it is suggested for all grades between 1 st grade through 12 th or even after high school to become a professional.
Equipment needed for Skating A pair of Roller Skates. Knee pads. Elbow pads. Helmet
Teaching Suggestions Skate on Plastic Stake Wheels for smoother, easier and a safer way of skating.
Game Variations Practice your tricks with some friends. You can compete in ways of who can complete a task the fastest. Go against skaters who are more experienced than you are that way it can be fun as in a game yet you learn how you can improve.
Game Strategies Make sure your wheels on the skates do not move too quickly.
Community Links Skating Rinks provide a floor specialized for skating. You can purchase or bring your own pair of skates to this location.