Each girl was told that they needed to choose three colors of yarn. The chosen colors (light purple, dark purple and red for Emma,. Light pink, dark pink and yellow for Grace) were then put into a bag and the girls waited for a student helper to come and get them set up.
As the crank was turned the student helper would move the tool while slowly walking down the length of the rope.
Until they reached the end.
Once they reached the end they would cut the strands from the hooks.
And a new jump rope was born!
It was a really cool process to watch happen!
These jump ropes were absolutely the perfect choice to buy at the fair this year! And, while I don't have pictures of them using them I can safely say that we have already gotten our monies worth ($10 for the medium size was perfect)! These are truly some of the best jump ropes the girls have every used. Should they offer jump rope making at the fair next year we may have to make the large size one- perfect for two people to twirl and one to jump! xo