But, it's always great to see those first new learners - and about a 1/3 in just a half hour - with (obviously) nearly all simply visual clues (I can only give each person a minute or two of personal instruction, literally) - were rudimentary low level jugglers... if not with three balls then with two with one hand (another of the basic juggling skills).
One gentleman, a returning international Care.Org man told me a story about how a five year old in his country - asked what the juggling balls were (the sample given to the Catalyst attendees that they use for the whole week) on the shelf behind his desk.... when the man showed the boy the balls and how to juggle them.... the kid immediately..... was able to imitate him. A five year old. The balls, obviously, became the property of the boy - and who knows what has been started in some far off third world setting.
Which brings up a next juggling update.
I also recently wanted to go to my daughters Georgia Pre-K classroom final party of the year and `perform' with the kids - age 5 mostly. What a delightful experience, as I was able to use nearly every kid as a `partner' in starting the juggling experience (they would toss a ball up to me appropriately). Some appeared ready to try to take it further - they all loved the `magic' of me juggling and manipulating the objects in front of them.
I've now sold over 60 of my (often #1) 5th ranked (as of this moment) in the WORLD `Juggling E-Book' that you see below. It's only a buck 49. Enjoy.