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ESL Games - Sports I Have Who Has Activity Set

ESL Games - Sports I Have Who Has Activity Set

This set of Sports I Have, Who Has cards uses a base vocabulary of 25 words that you can play with even your younger students! There are two 25-card sets and a Sports Chart perfect for posting in students' notebooks or tacking to a classroom board! This is a great game for students to practice reading, listening, and speaking! “I Have, Who Has” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. Sports Bingo is also available for more fun practice!
kinneybrothers
Gymnastics Pair and Trio Balances - Counter Balances

Gymnastics Pair and Trio Balances - Counter Balances

Counter balances are achievable from key stage 1 in their simplest form and will teach your pupils co-operation. These worksheets start with the very basic counter balances and then progress towards the much more challenging balances suitable for the older children. Why should you buy the resource? The format of the book makes it very easy to teach gymnastics skills. The graphics are of a high quality throughout, enhanced by the photographs of gymnasts at various stages of each move. Detailed notes are visually appealing and provide all the directions needed to start, master a move and refine technique. The resource can be used in a range of situations, from children practicing at home to school and club sessions. The format makes it useful if you are either encountering new skills or wanting to develop or refine existing skills as there are sections on developing skills. This resources offer endless opportunities for those wanting to learn or teach gymnastics skills. A great resource for coaches, teachers and parents, covering the fundamentals of gymnastics. For more inspiring educational resources visit Head Over Heels Gymnastics Shop This link will take you to our Gymnastics Floor Skills Worksheets: Head Over Heels Gymnastics Skills
HeadOverHeels
Kingball Resource Pack - 3 Versions of the throwing and catching strategy PE game

Kingball Resource Pack - 3 Versions of the throwing and catching strategy PE game

The Kingball Resource Pack is a PE resource pack which includes 3 different versions of the exciting throwing and catching strategy PE game. It is perfect for Physical Education lessons focusing on throwing, catching, strategy and teamwork. Each activity includes a visual and a description of how to play the game. Perfect for Primary / Elementary / Physical Education Teachers and Sports Coaches. Have a look at our other resources: -10 PE Activities for the Classroom - Bouncing, rolling and catching Task Cards - Signs and Symbols Fitness Navigation Activity - Slide in the Mud PE Game - Amoeba Tag PE Game - Crab Football Clearout - Kings and Queens: Rock, Paper, Scissors Fitness - Physical Education Activity - Polar Bear Tag - Physical Education Game - The Dragon Nest - PE Strategy Game - The Witches Cauldron - PE Strategy Halloween Game - 5 PE Christmas Games - 12 Days of Fitness PE Christmas Activity
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EYFS Resources Bundle

EYFS Resources Bundle

EYFS Assessment pack including: A long Observation Proforma with key prompts to make observing simple. A Reading Observation Proforma with key prompts to make observing reading simple. Numeracy Assessment Grid for recording on-entry baseline and termly progress in Numeracy Phonics/Literacy Assessment grid for recording on-entry baseline and termly progress in phonics A shape assessment grid for recording children's knowledge of simple 2d shapes. Characteristics of Effective Learning: Bank of Statements Complete your characteristics of effective learning easily with these ready-made statements which have been differentiated for the low, medium and high attaining child. Simply copy and paste the statements which most resemble the child in question and edit accordingly. These statements will also prompt you with ideas for completing your more 'personal' report. Outdoor Learning Forest School (Complete set of Activities) 6 Lesson Plans/Activities including Art with Natural Resources, Bug Hunt, Building a Bug Hotel, An Introduction to Fire, Cooking on an Open Fire, and Small World Story Making with Faries (Fairy World). Also included is a Risk Assessment for having a fire and an Introduction to Forest School. This is an ideal introduction to get you on your way to confidently leading a group of children outside. The activities are designed for children from Reception up to Year 2 but they can easily be adapted for Nursery and older year groups. Please be aware, these are designed for teachers and are there to be interpreted. True Forest School does not follow lesson plans. These resources are designed to give ideas and act as a back up for the practitioner to deliver a catalyst and prompts for learning whilst being prepared to follow the children in their learning journey! Forest School should be led by the children. Intervention Planning for Early Years. Targeted Support for Finger Gym, Numeracy and Writing: This complete intervention pack includes activities for finger gym, numeracy, and writing. It is designed for support staff (LSAs and TAs) to grab and deliver targeted support without the stress of them having to plan it. It is also great for NQTs or new to Early Years teachers! This complete pack is organized in such a way to allow the person delivering the interventions to list the children involved and anno Early Years Classroom Design (Setting up your Classroom) This resources will suggest ideas for resources in curriculum areas around your classroom. With a focus on continuous provision and aimed especially to support NQTs and new to reception teachers, this resource will save you heaps of time planning what resources are needed where. FREE: An 'All About Me' booklet to send home to your parents for the children to complete and return. Playdough Leaflet: Ideas for parents
MrEarlyYears
Little Book of Learning Games

Little Book of Learning Games

“Play is a child’s work” Children up to age 6 will love the games in this book because they truly are fun! It is a collection of traditional and modern games with physical, emotional and intellectual benefits. Children will learn fine and gross motor skills as well as self-control, direction, dexterity, hand/eye co-ordination, communication, participation and co-operation. The games will also help them learn the social skills of: · Taking turns · Sharing · Confidence · Attention · Observation · Listening · Imagination · Risk-taking · Empathy · Winning and losing · Interaction There are games using bean-bags, hoops, parachutes, bears (cards are supplied on a separate CD-Rom to print out), dice and scarves as well as musical games for the accompanying Bright Beats CD. With some of the games, while playing, children will also be learning about colours, shapes, parts of the body, counting, number recognition and sequencing. Some games can be adapted for children with lower and higher abilities. An indispensable resource to help you work on specific skills or to turn to when you have a spare moment to fill.
SmallWorldBigImaginations
Set of 6 fully editable Skipping Certificates

Set of 6 fully editable Skipping Certificates

This resource accompanies my other Free resource on skipping. These 6 certificates are fully editable and can be printed out and used to reward children who have achieved excellence in the 6 skipping categories recorded by the skipping workshops organisation. If you have downloaded this resource check out my other skipping resources on this website. I also have a number of other PE related resources and masses of other primary resources; maths, English, art, etc... Follow me and check out my shop 'Rich4ruth' Thanks.
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Pair and Trio Gymnastics Balance Bundle

Pair and Trio Gymnastics Balance Bundle

This bundle of resources will give you and your pupils endless ideas for gymnastics balances showing you how versatile the fundamental gymnastics skill are when made into balances. Incorporating very simple and easy to achieve balances the resources progress on to cover advanced moves to suit all abilities. Why should you buy the resource? The format of the book makes it very easy to teach gymnastics skills. The graphics are of a high quality throughout, enhanced by the photographs of gymnasts at various stages of each move. Detailed notes are visually appealing and provide all the directions needed to start, master a move and refine technique. The resource can be used in a range of situations, from children practicing at home to school and club sessions. The format makes it useful if you are either encountering new skills or wanting to develop or refine existing skills as there are sections on developing skills. This resources offer endless opportunities for those wanting to learn or teach gymnastics skills. A great resource for coaches, teachers and parents, covering the fundamentals of gymnastics.
HeadOverHeels
Healthy Songs to Stay Smart & Strong

Healthy Songs to Stay Smart & Strong

Teachers and parents agree that these 14 engaging songs and games are an essential part of teaching "healthy habits." The magic of music makes the subjects of Hygiene, Diet, Exercise and Sleep engaging, fun and most of all memorable.
susan_traugh
"Smart Songs for New Moms"- Infant Brain Building

"Smart Songs for New Moms"- Infant Brain Building

Songs have always been an important part of nurturing newborns. This collection of "Infant Approved" songs will stimulate learning, build confidence and provide hours of mutually gratifying interaction between you and your child.
susan_traugh
"Wake, Wiggle & Work" - Fun Songs to Start the Day

"Wake, Wiggle & Work" - Fun Songs to Start the Day

Get the day started on the “Right Foot” with this fun collection of 14 movement songs and games while you review colors, shapes, numbers, letters and more. Your students will want to do these engaging songs over and over. Teachers report that there are enough songs in this collection to provide you with movement music for the whole year. ➢ Research has shown that children do better in school when they begin their day with movement activities. ➢ NOTE: Instrumental versions of some songs are provided to allow students to extend the lesson by creating their own movements. ➢ These songs and movement games will help your students “get the wiggles out” and improve concentration, attention span, listening skills and creativity. ➢ These activities help the increasing number of sedentary students coming to school behind in their brain development due to a lack physical activity. ➢ Using “Wake, Wiggle & Work” everyday is great way to motivate your reluctant learners. ➢ Another benefit is that these activities have been shown to improve students’ attitude toward school and raise attendance rates.
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