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Jumping Rope (Grade 5)

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Jumping Rope

Jumping rope can be done by yourself or with              other players.
There are many ways to jump rope. Match the type of jumping with its description.
__skierA.jumping from basic, feet together position to feet spread shoulder wide
__bellB.while keeping feet together, jumper moves forward & backward like a clapper
__double underC.while keeping feet together, jumper moves side to side
__straddleD.rope passes under feet twice during one jump
__scissorsE.jump to stride position with left foot forward, then jump and reverse position of feet
Jumping rope is also called                        rope.
A jump rope game in which two long jump ropes turning in opposite directions are jumped by one or more players jumping at the same time is called
  1. double down.
  2. double jump.
  3. double dare.
  4. double dutch.
It's believed double dutch was invented by immigrants to New York City from
  1. Ireland.
  2. the Netherlands.
  3. Puerto Rico.
  4. Italy.
During the Great Depression, poor children used clotheslines because they couldn't afford jump ropes.
  1. True
  2. False
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