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1 Contents: 6 week overview 6 Lesson Plans Supporting Resources

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3 Number in group = 3 (same running ability) Challenge: Run around Wales 1. In your group of 3, pick out 4 different points (at least 100m apart) and around the edge of the field/yard (eg tree, gate, fence, building). This will be your trail/circuit. * 2. In your group, decide the start and finish position (this will be the same). 3. Keeping together in your 3’s run around your trail (finishing where you started). Try to jog all the way around – each time a member of your team stops you must take off 2 penalty points from your team score. Each team starts with 8 points. Start on the whistle. *Tip* - run at a pace which allows you to have a chat with your team mates* *Alternative – place cones to form trail rather than use Landmarks. ** Progression – timing individuals to run around trail Start/finish Cross curricular links – Geography: towns around Wales

4 1.Start and stop on the teacher’s whistle 2.In your group, run continuously (without stopping) for 2 minutes. Your group has 3 points. 3. Place a marker where you start and a marker where you finish. 4. Run at the pace of the slowest person and keep together. 5. If a member of your group stops or you split up take away 1 point each time. Group size = 3 Challenge – Going for Gold Gold medal = 3 points Silver medal = 2 points Bronze medal = 1 point start Finish Extension challenge – repeat and beat finishing cone or pupils time themselves * Tip – run at a pace where you can breathe easily!*

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10 1 shuttle 2 feet to 2 feet jump

11 3 shuttles One foot to other foot jump

12 5 shuttles 1 foot to the same foot jump

13 1 shuttle 1 foot to both feet

14 3 shuttles 2 feet to 1 foot jump

15 Card Chaos Organisation: Class split into 4 groups (hearts; spades; diamonds; clubs) Equipment: Cards for group Hoop ( x1) Activity cards (x20) Rubber spots (x12) Activity: Class is split up into equal teams and placed on outside rubber spot where team card is placed (hearts etc) On command one member from each team runs/walks/jogs to central hoop and picks up their activity card (a heart picks up a heart card etc) Team member then has to do what is written on the card (3x shuttle runs; jump from spot to spot as stated on card) before next member goes. Each team should keep a count of how many shuttles they do Winning team: quickest/most amount of shuttles

16 Organisation: Pupils place themselves where they think they can cross the raging river without getting wet! Equipment: Rope or chalk To account for differentiation the rope/chalk Should be narrow at one end widening at the other Activity: Cross the raging river without getting wet (look out for the crocodiles! and the crumbly banks) Begin with standing jump and develop to running take off

17 Challenge: In your team, make up your own activity station, which your class mates will be able to try out. Things to think about: Make it safe! You may need to use mats What equipment? What rules (what do your class mates need to know to?) How many goes/attempts? How to score/record at this activity station? Draw your activity station in the box Equipment Shopping List: Rules: Attempts: Scoring:

18 1.From a sitting position : Can you throw the ball to your partner? Overhead with 2 hands? Taking the ball back and high above your head? With bent elbow? Follow the direction of the ball with your arms and fingers? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? 2From a kneeling position : Can you throw the ball to your partner? Overhead with 2 hands? Taking the ball back and high above your head? With bent elbow? Follow the direction of the ball with your arms and fingers? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? 3. From a kneeling on one knee position : Can you throw the ball to your partner? Overhead with 2 hands? Taking the ball back and high above your head? With bent elbow? Follow the direction of the ball with your arms and fingers? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? 4.From a standing position: ( 1 foot forward progressing to transferring of weight from back foot to front foot) Can you throw the ball to your partner? Overhead with 2 hands? Taking the ball back and high above your head? With bent elbow? Follow the direction of the ball with your arms and fingers? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? NB All practices can be performed 2 handed and progress to one handed

19 Challenge: In your team, make up your own activity station, which your class mates will be able to try out. Things to think about: Make it safe! What equipment? What rules (what do your class mates need to know to?) How many goes/attempts? How to score/record at this activity station? Draw your activity station in the box Equipment Shopping List: Rules: Attempts: Scoring:

20 Challenge: In your team, make up your own activity station, which your class mates will be able to try out. Things to think about: Make it safe! What equipment? What rules (what do your class mates need to know to?) How many goes/attempts? How to score/record at this activity station? Draw your activity station in the box Equipment Shopping List: Rules: Attempts: Scoring:

21 On the whistle pupils throw as much rubbish (balls, beanbags quoits etc) over the net into the opponents half as possible.

22 1.From a sitting position : Can you push the ball to your partner? Two handed in front of your chest? Follow the direction of the ball with your arms and fingers? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? 3. From a standing position: (1 foot forward progressing to transferring of weight from back foot to front foot) Can you push the ball to your partner? Two handed in front of your chest? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? 2. From a kneeling on one knee position : Can you push the ball to your partner? Two handed in front of your chest? Follow the direction of the ball with your arms and fingers? As high as possible? As long as possible (distance)? 4.From a standing position: (this stage can be repeated at sitting and kneeling positions) Can you push a small ball/soft shot to your partner? Using one hand placing ball just under chin? Using a step forward of the leg opposite the ball? During preparation take body weight on back foot? During preparation rotate hips and shoulders away from direction of throw? (read watch/look in the mirror) (push low to high) Bend both legs before push?

23 1.Can you roll the ball to your partner: Softly? As hard as you can? Whilst lying on the floor? From a kneeling position? From a sitting position? Without moving from the line? With a run up to the line? With two hands? With one hand? With the other hand? 3. Can you throw the ball underarm to your partner: From a kneeling position? With a bent throwing arm? With a long throwing arm? (is this better?) From a standing position? With the leg opposite the ball forward and the arm long? For height? For distance? 2.Can you roll the ball with one hand to your partner: With feet and knees together? Bending forward at he waist? With a step forward on the leg opposite the ball? 4.Can you throw a quoit from a standing position: Taking the throwing arm back as far as possible? Transferring the weight from the back foot to the front foot? Turning the upper body away and then in the direction of the throw?

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