diabolo

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Diabolo trans test copyDiabolos

Diabolos can be spun, thrown in the air and many tricks performed around the body.

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Diabolo china

Invention

Diabolo was invented in China and was used to make a whistling sound for market holders to attract customers.

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Diabolo devil

The devils work

The story goes that it was brought back by Marco Polo. Because of it strange movement during the Spanish inquisition it was seen as the devils work and so the Spanish name diabolo.

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victorian diabolo

Victorian Craze

 

It was a popular toy in France and England in The Victorian and Edwardian days, alongside its cousins the whipping top and yo yo.

 

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A Christmas Carol

Getting Started

Scrooge and Humbug in Charles Dickens classic Christmas tale.

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Keeping it straight

Kiplings jungle adventure starring your pupils as Mowgli, Baloo and lots of monkeys

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Throwing and catching

New for 2013 Splats explore Shakespeare using Mc and Rap skills and theatre.

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Katie's Picture show

Visit the Splats Shop

James Mayhews story of Katie’s adventures in art bought to life at your school.

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