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1 Doubles Skipping The following task cards are an extension of the singles skipping tasks and are more complicated in nature. These activities would make excellent independent studies or skills for extra marks throughout the term or school year.

2 - Partners stand facing each other about 1’ apart with one partner holding both rope handles. - The partner with the rope calls “Ready, Set, Go” and swings the rope up from behind on “Go.” Both begin jumping in unison. - Partners continue to jump together with double bounce. Two in One Rope – Face To Face Beginner Challenge -Use a longer rope to better accommodate a second jumper. -Try a single bounce rather than a double.

3 - Partners jump together as in Two in One Rope — Face-to- Face (Basic Jump). - The partner without the rope makes a quarter turn to the right with each jump, turning in a circle. - Continue turning to the right to complete a circle. Two in One Rope – Free Turns Beginner Challenge -Turn one quarter and stay until comfortable to rotate another quarter. -Try other footwork skills while turning (side straddle, forward straddle etc.)

4 - Partners stand shoulder-to-shoulder. - One partner calls “Ready, Set, Go,” and both swing the rope up from behind on “Go.” - As the rope comes down in front, partner A brings their right arm down across their body to the left side, and only partner B jumps over the rope. - On the next rope turn, partner A returns their right arm to the right side, and partner B crosses their left arm over to their right side. Only partner A jumps over the rope. - Continue the pattern of alternate jumping between partners. Two in One Rope – Side by Side [Alternating Sides] (Part 1) Beginner Challenge -Practice without the rope. Only advance to alternating partners when comfortable. - Start with the rope in front of you. Try skipping backwards.

5 Two in One Rope – Side by Side [Alternating Sides] (Part 2) - The partner outside the rope does not turn toward the other partner. - The partner crossing his or her arm should bring his or her hand down to waist level. - Change spots.

6 - Partners stand shoulder-to-shoulder. - One partner calls “Ready, Set, Go,” and both swing the rope up from behind on “Go.” - As the rope comes down to the feet, both partners turn toward each other and continue toward the back, swinging the rope between them. - As the rope comes up from the ground, both partners lift their arms up high and keep turning the rope toward the front. - As the rope comes down in front, both partners bring their hands down by their sides so the rope hits their toes in front. Neither partner jumps. - Repeat Steps 1–5. Add a jump at the end. - Repeat Steps 1–5. Add a jump at the beginning. Two in One Rope – Side-by-Side [Full Turn] (Part 1) Beginner Challenge -Practice timing and sequencing without the rope before proceeding. -Start with the rope in front of you. Try skipping backwards.

7 Two in One Rope – Side by Side [Full Turn] (Part 2) - The motion is similar to a Full Turn with a single rope. - Also practice from the other side.

8 - Partners stand shoulder-to- shoulder, facing forward, each holding his or her own rope. - Partners exchange inside rope handles so that each holds one handle of their partner’s rope and one handle of their own rope. - One partner calls “Ready, Set, Go.” Both swing the ropes up together on “Go” and jump in unison. - Partners keep jumping together with single or double bounces. Two in Two Ropes – Side-by-Side Beginner Challenge -Practice jumping in sync without the ropes. -Change sides and try a single bounce. Try skipping backwards.

9 - Partners stand shoulder-to-shoulder as in Two in Two Ropes — Side-by- Side (Basic Jump). Partners exchange inside rope handles so that each holds one handle of their partner’s rope and one handle of their own rope. - One partner calls “Ready, Set, Go,” and both swing the ropes up from behind on “Go.” - As the ropes come down to their feet, both partners turn toward each other (Partner A turns counter-clockwise and Partner B turns clockwise) and continue toward the back, swinging the ropes between them. - Facing back, the partners lift the ropes up and bring them down behind their feet for a backward jump. - Partners keep turning away from each other toward the front, lifting the ropes up high and bringing them down to their toes in front. - Repeat Steps 1–5. Add a jump at the end. - Repeat Steps 1–5. Add a jump at the beginning. Two in Two Ropes – Side-by-Side (360) Beginner Challenge -Practice jumping in sync without the ropes. -Change sides and try reversing the process (skipping backwards).

10 Two in Two Ropes – Side-by-Side (360)


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