TES teaching resources PE - Healthy lifestyles
Secondary PE - Healthy lifestyes
Resources for Secondary Physical education lessons, on the topic of healthy eating and lifestyles, all shared by the teaching community on TES Resources.
Resources and ideas for lessons on healthy eating, exercise and the importance of physical activity. These resources can form the basis for a discussion or project around how to support a healthy lifestyle and also encourage pupils to adopt new habits as the weather improves!
- Presentation to examine what is sport including different types of activities and their benefits.
- A great mix of upper, lower body and cardiovascular exercises on cards. Easy to print off and laminate.
- Introduce your class to self- and peer-assessment with this great resource.
- Podcast links with revision questions on the healthiest weight for achievements in sport.
- Checklists and sheets for use when pupils are carrying out fitness tests.
- An excellent powerpoint presentation which identifies all the muscles in the body and looks at Joint Analysis. Suitable for AS & A-level PE.
- SOW for developing skills, making and applying decisions, developing physical and mental capacity, evaluating and improving and healthy lifestyles.
- Explore dance as fun physical activity - GCSE exam questions cover possible answers for this unit
Diet, nutrition and physical benefits
- Use this PowerPoint resource on healthy eating to encourage your pupils to consider the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
- Introduce your pupils to the theme of healthy eating with a game of Top Trumps.
- Keeping your heart healthy is one of the main factors to having a healthy lifestyle - use images to stress the importance of this amongst young people.
- If this sounds too good to be true, all you need are supermarket receipts to help your pupils create shopper profiles!
- A level PE lessons which received Ofsted grade 1 - produce an information fact sheet on lifestyle factors.
- An article examining the increasing problem of obesity in children - a discussion starter to get pupils thinking.