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3 Reasons Why Your Kids Need a Mini Trampoline

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Take a moment to visualize your current playroom, kid’s room(s), or family fun area. Is it missing something? You may recall piles of Legos, video games, and countless toys – is there a mini-trampoline? Research has shown that a mini trampoline can have a major impact on your child’s growth and development. Below are three reasons why your child needs a…
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Staying in Shape: A Guide for Single Parents

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If you’re a single parent, you know how hard it is to stay in shape, while trying to manage your kids’ school routine, health, sports, and everything else. You’re likely not paying enough attention to your own needs. But if you want to be there for your kids, you’ve got to be healthy. That means taking care of your fitness,…
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Top 10 Trampoline Activities

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The world we live in today is full of incredible technological advancements. As a society, we have readily available to us a steady stream of information. Within 2.2 seconds we can have the answer to just about any question we have, or connect with our friends and family faster than at any other time in history. Think about it—you lose…
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What are ASTM Trampoline Guidelines?

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Skywalker Trampolines follows the American Society for Testing and Materials International (ASTM. They are a nonprofit organization that develops and publishes technical standards involving testing and classification of materials of every sort. In other words, it provides safety standards and regulation on almost every product the average person uses. Per ASTM standards, our products are tested four times the recommended…
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Five Trampoline Safety Tips

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If there were a Boy Scout badge for trampoline safety, we would have it. And we would wear it proudly! We know how important safety is when it comes to trampolines. Are you playing it safe on your trampoline? Take a look at our five trampoline safety tips below: Trampoline Safety Tip 1: No Kids Under Six We’re not trying…
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New to the Autism Community | Part 2

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By: Jenny Noonan Dye Jenny Noonan Dye is a writer, dancer, actor, podcaster, and has been a blogger since 2005. She has worked with a variety of organizations, including Better Days 2020, and the United Nations Foundation, specifically Shot@Life, for which she served a year as part of the National Mentor Circle. She and her husband are the parents (biological/step/in-law)…
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What I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago

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By: Kristin Leger Kristin is a wife and mother to four boys. She enjoys running, traveling and spending time with family and friends. She works part-time at her family’s interior design business and husband’s law firm. However, her greatest effort and hope is to raise her sons to be respectful, hardworking and kind individuals. Our Story In November of 2009,…
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Happy Earth Day🌎

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Earth Day is here and to help draw attention to the waste crisis and its impact on our environment, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite DIY projects. Up-cycling is a great way to lighten your ecological footprint and show mother earth you care. 💚 Plus, these ideas are ingenious. Who knew an old trampoline frame could be used in…
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How a Post-it Note Changed Everything

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By: Tenille Avery Tenille Avery is a mother to three amazing kids that cover the entire spectrum: mild, moderate and severe. Sometimes crazy, mostly fun. Wife, mom dog mom, hamster grandma. Sometimes I build stuff. My life with autism began with a post-it note. My boys were 15 months apart and I had 3 children under 4 years old. As…
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The Sports Net that Works for Just About Every Sport

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We set out to create a backyard training tool that can change and grow with your kids as they set out to find the sport that best fits them (and getting you the best return on your investment!). Our Sports Net works for several ball sports including soccer, football, baseball, softball, lacrosse, and even golf! Between running kids to soccer…
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