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I bought juggling balls. They are hardly used (still in their original packaging) all 3 have started to split in the same place despite minimal use and only having been used for the purpose of juggling. Product code 6307 Batch 0111 The Lagoon Group

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SOURCE: we are starting a juggling group at our local youth club. Where can I buy equipment? Do they do starter packs?

You can buy workshop packs with juggling equipment. Even the basic kits include bean bag balls, sticks, spinning plates etc.

Oddballs have a range of workshop packs and it really depends how many people you think will be coming to the group.

http://www.oddballs.co.uk/workshop-packs-c-2120.html

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SOURCE: Is it worth buying juggling rings? We have juggling balls at home but I think I might add to our equipment.

Juggling rings are good fun. They are a mid-way step between juggling balls and clubs. And I found them really good for my kids as they don't cause injuries, so if you have more than one person wanting to juggle they can all practice together without injuring each other.

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SOURCE: What can you use for juggling apart from juggling balls?

You can juggle with all sorts of things - bean bags, balls, clubs, rings but you can even use apples and oranges if you don't have the right equipment but want to give it a try.

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SOURCE: I am running a summer group for kids and am looking for outdoor activities. Anyone know any group juggling games?

Take a look at this link. It's a really basic and easy game that you can teach kids in a circle and it looks like impressive juggling but is actually just a trick of the eye. Kids love it as it looks so good.

http://spoonful.com/family-fun/group-juggling-game

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Is juggling a good activity for kids?


Juggling is a great activity that helps both with physical exercise and co-ordination. Even really young kids can learn to juggle using scarves and when they get a bit older they can move to balls.

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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What is "Virtual Memory" and why is it too low?


Virtual Memory is a setting on your computer, whereas Physical Memory (or RAM) refers to the amount of memory actually installed in your computer.
To understand what Virtual Memory is, one needs to understand what memory does. When you open a file or program, your computer loads the needed information into memory from your hard drive. If you open a second program, it loads when it needs for that one as well, while keeping the other one in memory too. As you open more and more programs, things start to get complicated.
The amount of memory you have in your computer is finite, so it can only load so many things before it starts to get "full." That's where Virtual Memory comes into play. When you open too many things for your Physical Memory to handle, it temporarily writes them back to disk in an area reserved for Virtual Memory.
Think of a juggler juggling three balls. If someone tosses her another ball, and then another and another, she will eventually need to set a ball aside in order to continue juggling more balls. Virtual Memory is like the juggler putting one of the balls in her pocket while she juggles the others.
Now that we know what Virtual Memory does, let's talk about how to set it correctly. According to Microsoft, your Virtual Memory should be set to between 1.5 times and 3 times the Physical Memory on your computer. (See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308417)
If you're getting errors about your Virtual Memory being too low, it could very well be because it isn't set properly. Follow the link above for instructions on how to change that. However, it could also just be because your computer needs more Physical Memory to handle all the tasks you want to do. Think about it. Say your computer has 512MB of Physical Memory. You open enough things so that it fills that 512MB up with data and starts writing to Virtual Memory in order to keep "juggling" all the things you need. Even if your Virtual Memory is set correctly (768MB to 1536MB in this case), that's still not a whole lot. But if your computer has 4GB (4096MB) of Physical Memory, it could easily do everything you need without even having to write to Virtual Memory. So you may be getting Virtual Memory errors, but the real problem may be that you need more Physical Memory.
These days, a computer with 1GB of RAM is ok for surfing the web and using some basic word processing, and that's about it. Depending on what you need to do, 2GB is a good place to start.
Hope this was helpful for you. Good luck!

on Mar 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Where can I learn to juggle 4 balls?


Watch this funny tutorial on youtube. It's a young kid who can juggle 4 balls really well and the subtitles explain how he does it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEWq_5I3eXc

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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What can you use for juggling apart from juggling balls?


You can juggle with all sorts of things - bean bags, balls, clubs, rings but you can even use apples and oranges if you don't have the right equipment but want to give it a try.

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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How do you make your own juggling balls?


1. Use a funnel to fill a balloon with rice. You can decide how heavy you want the ball to be.

2. Cut the skinny end off another balloon and wrap it around the ball of rice.

3. Keep adding more balloons - alternating where you leave the opening so that the ball keeps its shape and stays even.

4. You can glue shapes of balloon on to the final ball to decorate.

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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Is it worth buying juggling rings? We have juggling balls at home but I think I might add to our equipment.


Juggling rings are good fun. They are a mid-way step between juggling balls and clubs. And I found them really good for my kids as they don't cause injuries, so if you have more than one person wanting to juggle they can all practice together without injuring each other.

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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We are starting a juggling group at our local youth club. Where can I buy equipment? Do they do starter packs?


You can buy workshop packs with juggling equipment. Even the basic kits include bean bag balls, sticks, spinning plates etc.

Oddballs have a range of workshop packs and it really depends how many people you think will be coming to the group.

http://www.oddballs.co.uk/workshop-packs-c-2120.html

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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What are juggling scarves?


Juggling scarves are really good for beginner jugglers. They float through the air and are easy to catch. Experts recommend that young children learn to juggle with scarves as they are much easier to catch than balls and then they can move over to balls when they have better hand eye co-ordination.

Feb 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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Where can I buy juggling balls at a good price?


You can get some basic but colorful juggling balls on amazon for a good price.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Peterkin-4335-Juggling-Balls/dp/B000E5V6WM

Jan 10, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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