Wooden Yo-Yo - 6 colours


Colour: Purple

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Our very own branded Humunculus Yo-Yos.  

Why should I encourage my kids to yo-yo?

Yo-yoing offers many benefits to your child. It helps them build eye-hand coordination, confidence as they learn new tricks, and socialization skills as they perform those tricks for others. Best of all, yo-yos move kids away from the television and video games.

 Winding up the Yo-Yo

To wind up a sleeping yo-yo, grab one of the yo-yo disks with the fingers of your free hand. Place your thumb or forefinger over the groove that separates the two halves of the yo-yo and wind the string once over your finger. Lift your finger and wind the string inside the finger for the second and third times around.

For the fourth and subsequent winds, pull your finger out of the loop and wind the loop into the yo-yo. Wind the string lightly until the last couple of loops, which should be wound slightly tighter.

Finally, throw your yo-yo down and bring it back up once to clear your string. Now your yo-yo is ready for play.

Challenge Levels

As you become more familiar with your yo-yo, you'll encounter tricks in varying degrees of difficulty: easy, intermediate, or advanced. Oftentimes, yo-yo trick instructions are written for the right-handed yo-yoer. Don't worry, though. If you are a left-handed, simply reverse the directions when necessary.

Yo-Yo Safety

Always take care when yo-yoing to avoid injury to yourself and others.  Make sure you keep a safe distance from others and avoid tangling yourself up in the strings.