How to Play Double Dutch?

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If you want to know how to play double dutch, you will need to have two jump ropes and two people who can twirl them while a third person jumps. Rotate the ropes toward each other making circles with each. The jumper will need to time the entry into the two circles and keep jumping to prevent the ropes from getting caught on their foot.
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Get yourself a couple good jump ropes or cut a clothesline (you might have to ask Grandma what that is) in half and find a two good rope turners. The turners will turn each rope in
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1. Bend a long rope in half. Have the two players who are going to turn face one another, pick up opposite ends of the rope, and walk backwards away from each other, stretching out
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Tricky business you speak of but hang in there, you can do it. Practice is the best learning tool. To jump double dutch you will need to get into rhythm with the ropes. As one rope
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1 Gather 3-8 people needed to play the game. Ad 2 Choose the two who will turn the ropes and who will jump in. 3 Left arms turns rope clockwise,right counterclockwise, from the elbow
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