American Educational Products Chinese Jump Ropes - 8' L Each

Just Jump It Toys: Single, Double Dutch and Chinese Jump Ropes

Prior to leaving for a missions trip I ordered 35 of these Chinese jump ropes to take with me.

Deluxe Chinese Jump Rope (Color May Vary)

$7.95
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  • TAG : Chinese Jump Ropes are great for active play at home or school
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  • Many PE teachers use Chinese Jump Ropes. At DCE, we have students perform basic 8-count patterns to practice jumping and patterning skills. The basics for this activity builds upon some of the concepts we taught during our Dance Unit. We hope you enjoy the simple patterns we use to get our students moving.

    A game of Chinese jump rope involves moves similar to hopscotch. Although it is traditionally a children’s game, Chinese jump rope can be part of an adult’s fitness routine as well. It builds stamina, agility and balance. In this game for three or more players, jumpers complete a sequence of moves jumping over an elastic rope held by two other players. Chinese jump ropes are readily available at toy stores, in toy departments and online. For very little cost, a Chinese jump rope can provide fun and encourage physical fitness for players of all ages.

  • A game of Chinese jump rope involves moves similar to hopscotch. Although it is traditionally a children’s game, Chinese jump rope can be part of an adult’s fitness routine as well. It builds stamina, agility and balance. In this game for three or more players, jumpers complete a sequence of moves jumping over an elastic rope held by two other players. Chinese jump ropes are readily available at toy stores, in toy departments and online. For very little cost, a Chinese jump rope can provide fun and encourage physical fitness for players of all ages.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Klutz Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif., is offering to replace the Chinese jump ropes sold with about 66,000 children's activity books by Anne Akers Johnson entitled "Chinese Jump Rope," distributed by Klutz. The ends of the elasticized ropes are joined together by metal crimps that may fail in use. Children using the ropes or standing nearby can be hit by an end of the rope as it snaps back.

Do you remember Chinese Jump Ropes