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CMSM-at-Home-0023 Make Juggling BallsCreate a set of juggling balls with #CMSMatHome!

Find some fabric scraps (woven fabric will work best, but any will do), scissors, sewing thread and needles, and some dry lentils or rice.

Cut your fabric into rectangles (6″ x 3″ is a good size), fold it in half, and stitch it up inside out, leaving an opening on one side. Turn the pouch inside out and fill with your dried lentils or rice, then close the bag and sew the edge firmly together.

Make as many balls as you’d like and practice juggling!

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