Recent Examples of trampoline from the Web
Test out your circus skills on trampolines and tumbling mats after class.
That's significant, because in 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics came out with advice that children should not play on backyard trampolines at all.
Preview clips show the kids fighting over which bedroom would belong to which kid, and imagining where a trampoline would go in the backyard.
Of course backyard trampolines aren't immune either.
The Family Fun Zone includes a trampoline bounce, Jacob’s Ladder with tightrope walking, Zorb balls, giant dodge-ball arena and relay activities.
Lakewood SummerFest PLAN AHEAD Live music, trampoline show, fire dancers, trapeze show, Lego contest, car show, vendors, beer garden, kidz zone, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. July 8, Fort Steilacoom Park, Lakewood (cityoflakewood.us).
More grounded types can master juggling and clowning arts, while fitness fanatics elevate into yoga aerialists and trampoline acrobats.
Jacklyn Morack, 7, and her sister, Evelyn, 10, of Homer Glen, wore big smiles doing flips on the bungee trampoline.
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Origin and Etymology of trampoline
First Known Use: 1798See Words from the same year
TRAMPOLINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trampoline for English Language Learners
: a piece of equipment that has a sheet of strong cloth attached by springs to a metal frame and that is used for jumping up and down for exercise or as a sport
TRAMPOLINE Defined for Kids
Definition of trampoline for Students
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