The bunny hop is a fun and easy ice skating jump. It is one of the first jumps new figure skaters learn and master.In the mazurka jump, there is a cross-legged pose in the air. Figure skating legend, Sonja Henie, did huge mazurka jumps. Today&#39;s skaters rarely do the large mazurkas that were once a standard for most figure skaters.A split jump is a figure sakting jump where the familiar split position that can be done on the floor is done in the air.A stag jump is a simple half revolution figure skating jump that similar to a split jump, but the forward leg is bent at the knee.The ballet jump looks a bit like a ballet dancer dancing on pointe.<p>A tap toe jump is a simple figure skating jump that does not rotate, and resembles a skater skipping sideways. The jump is similar to a <a href="https://www.thoughtco.com/simple-figure-skating-toe-jumps-1282290" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">mazurka jump</a>, but there is no scissor action and the legs don&#39;t cross in the air.</p>In a half flip jump, from a backward inside edge, the skater &#34;picks&#34; with the other toe, jumps and turns a half revolution in the air, lands on other toe, and exits on a forward inside edge.In a falling leaf jump, the skater glides backward on a back outside edge at first. As the skater begins the jump, he or she will turn and leap up off the backward skating foot. There will be a half-turn rotation in the air. If the skater wishes, he or she can split a bit in the air by scissor splitting both legs during the jump.