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    With the temperatures falling, you're most likely searching for an activity for the entire family. Ice skating is a terrific way to get much-needed exercise in the winter when it's too cold to play outside. Whether you're an adult skating after a long absense or lacing up skates on your children for the first time, there are ways you can avoid injury on the ice. When it's your first time skating, you should choose figure skates over hockey skates. The blades on figure skates are longer and provide more stability. Hockey skates have a shorter blade that's meant for stopping and turning quickly, which is something a beginner doesn't need to do. Make sure the skates are laced tightly to avoid injury. You'll notice that skates have a large…

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    Ice Skating And that’s how I broke my leg, just kidding, but I bruised it really badly, here’s the story behind that. was December 2014, my sister had discovered the “joy” of ice skating and was obsessed with it. She constantly asked my parents if her and her friends could go ice skating at the arena. I had never gone ice skating before and asked her one day if I could go with her and her friend Lucy. We got in the car to go pick up Lucy with the usual silence the whole ride. When we…

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    newly fallen snow as Saturday arrives. Christy flies down the stairs waking us, forgetting to help Mark out of his crib. We can hear his cries as she excitedly pulls us out of bed. This is her day. It belongs to no one else, her first solo ice skating competition. Preparing for this all important day has taken a great deal of work. Able to walk a balance beam at two, Christy takes to ice skating as quickly as she walks a balance beam. Before long we are involved in a world of…

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    The History of Ice Skating and Its Massive Popularity As with all sports, ice skating was something that stemmed from curiosity about whether it could be done and became something that others enjoyed doing as well. However, ice skating is one of the few sports that immediately drew massive popularity. It is also interesting because it is a sport that was thousands of years ago. To help you gain a better understanding of the history and popularity of ice skating, you should check out the facts…

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    The best day that happened in school was when the whole 8th grade went ice skating. This was the first trip that we were going to have for the 8th grade year. On this day, I was really excited to go ice skating but i was worried at the same time. We were waiting for the bus to come and then when it did come my friends and I sat in the back and we told jokes, some of us were on social media and the rest of us listened to music. When we arrived to the place, they took us upstairs so we…

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    On the last day of school before the Christmas holidays, Percival was taking his class down to the local outdoor rink for an afternoon of ice skating. A gang of fifteen eight-year-olds was a little much for Percival to handle on his own but fortunately Gwaine wasn't scheduled for a shift at the fire station that day, so he'd volunteered to help…

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    when I started ice skating. I was at a party for my younger sister's friend at an ice ring. Everyone at the party had all eaten and sung already. We were all ready to go on the ice. I had never been on ice before. I felt unconfident and was afraid of falling. Although I was unconfident, I had an urge to try because it looked fun. Trembling, I slowly got onto the ice holding the walls. It was different from walking,it was like slowing gliding along. I held onto the wall moving endlessly in…

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    Ice skating is a recreational activity that can also be a part of high level Olympic competition. It seems natural when watching someone on the ice gliding so effortlessly, but why is this possible? They are gliding on a solid surface after all. When thinking about solids, slippery is probably not a common word to associate with. However, in the case of ice this happens to be true. Looking at the properties of states of matter, properties of water, and experiments of water and ice, there is…

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    Ruin A Child Analysis

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    even formed a chess club because I enjoy playing it and wanted others to try it out, but to wrap up this story, I was delighted when my parents told me they were proud of me, because I did my best at something I love and the results showed. I believe the George tries to persuade parents to stop praising their children when they just are not good at whatever they are doing. Such as when I didn’t excel at things, my parents always praised me. I enjoyed it but I just knew when I did something it…

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    Correlation (or association) is when two different factors react similarly to one another because of a connecting variable, but are not occurring as a result of one another. Causation is when a change in one factor results in a corresponding change in another factor. An example of a positive correlation is ice skating and the avalanches. It would be weird if ice skating was a cause of avalanches. An actual cause of both of those things that link them is the cold weather. Between correlation…

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