How To Get Your Kids On The Skateboard (VIDEO)

I’ve been a big fan of skateboarding for a while, and I’m always on the lookout for new things to try.

One of the things I’ve noticed is that a lot of kids are still stuck on the skateboard.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve tried to give them a skateboard, and the first thing I’ve done is yell at them to stop.

They say, “It’s okay!” and then they sit on the floor.

That’s just a bad start to their learning curve.

When I first started learning how to skateboard in the 90s, I would tell them, “Stop this, it’s a bad idea.

You’re gonna make a lot more mistakes when you’re younger than when you are.”

But I have learned that skateboarding is a great way to develop your mind and get into a mindset where you’re constantly trying to find new ways to improve.

So I’m a big believer in getting kids to play the sport.

I want them to be able to get to the end zone on their skateboard and just enjoy it.

And when they get there, I want to teach them the basic tricks and tips to get them up and down the board.

It’s been a good experiment for me, and it’s inspired me to start my own company, The Skating Company, that focuses on teaching kids the skills to skate, skateboarding and ride a skate board.

I’m now also working on a skateboarding video series called “Ski-Punk.”

I’m also teaching kids skateboarding lessons at the end of the day.

I teach them how to put on their skates, how to do the jumps and how to hold on to the board and then I’ll give them tips on how to get the perfect finish.

I also want to be a part of that because I want my children to be skating with me every day, no matter what.

If they have a problem, I’m going to try to fix it.

I think skateboarding has always been a part the kid’s lives, and now it’s becoming more accessible.

As long as it’s not too dangerous or it’s something that they don’t like, I can make it fun for them and teach them about the sport they love.

I hope that kids like skateboarding will eventually want to join the skateboarding family.

You can read more about me in my book, “The Complete Guide to Becoming a Better Skater,” available now.

If you are looking to get started, I encourage you to watch this short video that I made for the kids on the Kids on the Skateboards Facebook page.

They were asking for feedback on how they could be more comfortable on their board.

The kids really enjoyed it and they shared it with me.

The video can be seen here.

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