AfL Mini-Games: How your kids can race skeleton at home

The best way to recreate the skeleton event at home is to head to the nearest toboggan hill with a helmet, a sled, a tube, a crazy carpet, or even an old ski jacket and have kids slide down on their tummies head first. If they want to know how it feels to be in a real skeleton race, suggest that they try to apply pressure or lift up an arm or leg to see what happens.

No snow? Get them to lie down on their stomach on a sofa cushion on the floor at home, and then try lifting one arm or leg at a time to see what it feels like.

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