This is an interactive resource. Click the weblink to the right of this page to launch it. A fun TESiboard ( http://tesiboard.co.uk ) interactive where pupils follow simple directions - by clicking on the correct arrows to move the bear up, down, left and right. Pupils click on the directional arrows according to the instructions given, which moves the bear around. How many dance moves can they complete in a minute?
KS1 Dance: Time to Move has 8 lesson plans for delivering dance to Key Stage 1 pupils. The Notes include links to the BBC online resources where all of the audio programmes can be downloaded for free as mp3 files and used with your class or group. The audio files start to become available from 27.04.2016 and may be kept in perpetuity once downloaded. KS1 Dance: Time to Move is a complete, ready-to-use resource, ideal for non-specialist teachers who are looking for inspiring dance resources for their children. The 3 units in the series have cross-curricular links to Science (plants - seed dispersal and pollination), History (the 350th anniversary of The Great Fire of London) and Literacy (The Pied Piper of Hamelin). Download the audio programmes week-by-week until you have collected the full set.
Powerpoint suitable for the Sport Leaders Award that questions whether footballers are good sporting role models. Examples given to balance the argument along with links to videos.
Also a suitable wet weather lesson for KS3.
12 Ideas for multi-skills stations. I used this with KS1 pupils as part of a SSCO festival, however it would be easily adaptable to KS2 and KS3 pupils.
If you have sports leaders it is also a useful activity for them to be in charge of one of the stations.
The score card also allows you to re-test (complete yellow column first, and then blue column).
Also attached the certificate that all pupils went home with!
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.
29 slides of colourful and animated presentation of Emancipation of Expressionism.
Could separated to use as introduction or for the fact file, or used in its entirety to cover the work in detail.
Ideal for use with spatial learning concept.
This resource is an interactive, 75 question powerpoint POST Olympic Games and Rio 2016 quiz. The questions mainly focus on Team GB's achievements but the quiz also includes some general questions about the Rio Olympics. There are 3 multiple choice answers. This resource is an ideal back to school activity for use as an assembly, lesson or for tutor group time. Also useful as a PE resource when an active PE lesson is unable to take place.
The quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams.
PLEASE NOTE - THE ANSWERS CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE 'CITIUS, ALTIUS, FORTIUS' LOGO ON EACH SLIDE.
The images only appear after clicking for the answer. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end.
A question and answer sheet are provided to allow individuals / teams to record their answers.
1. Where did the Rio Opening Ceremony take place?
2. Who was chosen to be GB’s flag bearer at the opening ceremony?
3. How many sports did Team GB win medals in?
4. How many sports will there be at the Rio 2016 Games?
5. Which team received a standing ovation at the opening ceremony?
6. How many medals did Great Britain win at the Olympics?
7. In which sport did GB win the most medals?
8. Who did Andy Murray defeat in the Men’s Singles Tennis final?
9. Who became GB’s Britain’s most successful female Olympian with a fourth gold medal in Rio?
10. Who was GB’s flag bearer at the closing ceremony?