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Work for the week commencing 18/05/2020

 

Work for the week beginning 11/05/2020

Work for the week commencing 04/05/2020

Have a go at Joe Wicks exercises this week!

Work for the week commencing 27/04/2020

 

Below is today's 60mins activity. These have been designed by our school P.E. coaches. Have a go at the activities or see if you can use these activities to design your own work out! This weeks theme is....

 

Catching, with a specific focus on hand eye co-ordination

 

Use what ever balls your can find (if balls are not available toilet rolls or balled up paper) Have fun with this by trying different balls, shape, size, texture. Experiment to see which is easier to throw, which is easier to catch, which bounces better, which rebounds off a wall better. Even see which type of walls are more fun, or easier to catch off.

  1. Pass the ball back and forth from one hand to the other - as this gets easier try throwing it from hand to hand
  2. Throw the ball up from hand to hand
  3. Turn your hands over and try dropping the ball and grabbing it before it drops - from hand to hand
  4. Bounce the ball from hand to hand
  5. Bounce the ball off a wall from hand to hand
  6. Stand about 3m from the children and throw the ball to each in turn to catch, then mix it up by going randomly to each child
  7. Stand about 6m from the children and throw the ball up in the air for them to catch

 

You can finish this with a game of Rounders, Cricket, Softball or T-Ball

 

STEP

 

S - Set out some markers (discs or cones) and get them to walk between the throwing the ball up and catching

T - Right hand to left hand, left hand to left hand, two claps before catching

E - Try all sorts of shape balls or objects (we use pine cones)

P - Pass the ball to another person on a set command

 

Finally - Join the National Koboca Challenge and record your score on this link 

 

http://www.koboca.co.uk/koboca-catch-challenge/?q=83I6G3U9

  • Choose a ball and a suitable wall
  • Yr 5 & 6 take 6 steps back
  • Set a timer for 30 seconds
  • How many times can you throw the ball against the wall and catch it in 30 seconds (if you drop it carry on but don't count that one)
  • Go to http://www.koboca.co.uk/koboca-catch-challenge/?q=83I6G3U9 and record your score

Work for the week commencing 20/04/2020

 

Below is today's 60mins activity. These have been designed by our school P.E. coaches. Have a go at the activities or see if you can use these activities to design your own work out! This weeks theme is....
 
Jumping for Joy
 
Spring is definitely in the air, so what a great way to leap into the new term with a bounce in your step!
 
Standing vertical jump:
  1. Find a wall and something to mark it with - outside can be chalk, inside tape or bluetack.
  2. Stand with your back to the wall and reach up as high as you can leaving both feet on the ground against the wall.
  3. Mark the point you can reach.
  4. Then stand side on to the wall.
  5. Jump as high as you can and touch the wall.
  6. Mark this point.
 
Your jump is the distance between the two markers 
You can use a tape measure or design your own measure on strips of paper.
 
Standing long jump:
  1. Put a marker on the ground as the starting point for each jump.
  2. Pu both feet together.
  3. Knees bent, swing the arms, drive up through the hips and throw the legs forward.
  4. Land with both feet together.
  5. Measure the distance using a tape measure or your measure strip.
 
Bunny Jumps:
  1. Put a start line and finish line about 10 metres apart.
  2. Feet together at all times.
  3. Bunny jump from start to finish.
 
Try it in the fewest number of jumps or can you do it quicker the next time?
 
Skipping:
 
Try it in the fewest number of skips or can you do it quicker the next time
 
TECHNIQUE TECHNIQUE TECHNIQUE
 
Triple Jump:
This one is a bit more difficult - but have a go. Practise makes perfect!
 
  1. Hop from one foot to land on the same foot
  2. Then skip from the foot you landed on to land on the opposite foot
  3. Then Jump from the foot you landed on to land on two feet
 
This is great for co-ordination, it takes a bit of time to master so you will need to be patient - it will happen