I use this sheet for recording the NC Assessment Levels from Year 7-9. Insert the topics/units and then the levels achieved.
Pupils can have this at the front of their folders and can see at a glance where they are. I have the levels displayed in the classroom so they can track their progress.
Adapt and use as you wish
Case study on the topic of sports - teacher sheets (including answers) and student sheets (handouts). Includes information about the sports from the 3 stages (popular recreation; public schools and rational recreation) and how they have developed. I have used these as review sheets.
Six weeks worth of lesson plans aiming to develop agility, balance and coordination. These lesson plans are aimed at the non PE specialist primary school teacher. Excellent for Multi-skill after school clubs.
These are 4 quick notes home for positive behaviors in physical education in English and Español!
If you are an elementary PE teacher, you probably don't have time to fill out information, even if it's as simple as a date.
These are quick notes don't require any writing in order to recognize students who:
1. Had a brilliant idea in PE
2. Displayed great teamwork in PE
2. Had a great attitude in PE
3. Was a star athlete in PE
In addition to the notes, this provides an easy way to document parent contact.
1. Student receives note for home
2. Student signs the large laminated poster/or paper that corresponds with their note
3. To document parental contact, just take a picture of the poster
4. Students' names will be displayed for the school to see
5. If a student collects all 4 notes, they sign the "Hall of Fame" poster
Students feel very special when they receive a card, sometimes, I'll put a little sticker on it before handing it to them.
As always, I'd love to hear your feedback!
Thanks for looking!
A visually pleasing and clear circular timer for children to see projected onto an interactive whiteboard.
The timer works well in low and high light situations (i.e. summer and winter light) and is clearly visible from any point within the classroom.
I have used it for a variety of reasons:
To to motivate children to complete work, i.e. times table test.
To remind them how long they have to complete a specific part of a lesson
To get changed for P.E.
During assessments for those who may not be able to read a digital or analogue clock to recognise how long they have left.