Thinking Sport are creators of innovative resources to support teachers and coaches in delivering high quality Physical Education.<br />
Thinking Soccer uses our unique session planner layout to make planning lessons quick and easy.<br />
This resource is perfect for primary or secondary teachers who need support in delivering football lessons. It is simple enough for a complete beginner to use, but comprehensive enough for more experienced teachers or coaches to use to enhance their sessions.<br />
Thinking Soccer contains:<br />
Over 400 football lesson plans<br />
Practices for passing and supporting, running with the ball, turning, heading, shooting and defending<br />
Differentiation for all practices<br />
Pictures of all practices<br />
Top tips and helpful hints<br />
Key knowledge for the teacher<br />
Different pitch layouts<br />
For the first time we have made it available to download and print at home so that you can enjoy it at an even more reasonable price.<br />
Please visit www.thinkingsport.com for more information
Enhance understanding of area and volume factors by using these worksheets to calculate the surface area and volume of shapes before and after enlargement.<br />
Revise volume and area formulas at the same time. Calculate the area and volume factors by using the scale factor and see how the answer relates to the answers achieved from using formulas.<br />
Also calculate scale, area and volume factors given one of the three factors using roots and powers.<br />
DfE GCSE 2017 reference G19, G16, R2, N6<br />
Please review this worksheet.
This resource is designed to make it easy for you to show the learning that can take place in the outdoor area through the continuous provision on offer. This resource supports the 2014 National Curriculum.<br />
The long term planning sheets show the possible learning objectives, related EYFS ELGs, role of the adult, ‘look, listen and note’ opportunities, key vocabulary, key questions as well as possible learning experiences and resources.<br />
An illustrated A4 'Outdoor Area’ sign, 8 key question cards and a blank challenge card are also included.<br />
The pack also features cards showing possible activities and related pictures as well as an editable observation slip to record what the children have learnt when working in this area.
Are you looking for examples of life in Ancient Egypt? I have collected together 30 highly informative drawings and photos of life in Ancient Egypt. These are a great way of exploring how Egyptians lived, worked and spent their time. These photos will help to stimulate questions and suggestion answers.<br />
You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different materials being shown in each of photos.<br />
You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about Ancient Egypt.<br />
The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different Egyptian objects and artefacts. The students can then discuss how they think each one was used. <br />
If you like this resource, please leave a comment and a review. For more of my teaching resources, please visit my Educational Resources Blog (http://www.TimeToTeach.co.uk). <br />
Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk<br />
YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8<br />
Preview; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYwSiuvcjb8<br />
¿Qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?<br />
Me gusta bailar, cantar, cocinar,<br />
escuchar música,<br />
hablar por teléfono,<br />
ir a la piscina, ir al cine, ir de compras, jugar con los videojuegos,<br />
jugar con el ordenador,<br />
leer, mandar mensajes, montar a caballo,<br />
salir con mis amigos, tocar la guitarra,<br />
tocar el piano,<br />
Pero no me gusta ver la televisión.<br />
¿Qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?<br />
Me gusta bailar, cantar y cocinar<br />
No me gusta leer libros pero me encanta escuchar música<br />
y también me gusta hablar por teléfono<br />
hablar por teléfono<br />
Me gusta bastante ir a la piscina<br />
pero detesto ir de compras y jugar con el ordenador<br />
Prefiero montar a caballo,<br />
salir con mis amigos y también<br />
me gusta ver la televisión.<br />
Prefiero montar a caballo,<br />
salir con mis amigos y también me gusta ver la televisión.<br />
This set includes:<br />
- one song <br />
- one animation <br />
- one worksheet <br />
- solutions<br />
These two packs offer a wide range of photos (71 eye catching, exciting photos) from both the minibeast world, especially insects and from a broader range of animals, especially mammals and birds. <br />
These could be printed out and laminated and make an excellent resource for any science or biology laboratory. <br />
It would also be useful for teachers who want their students to sort animals into different groups or create their own classification charts. <br />
If you like this resource, please leave a comment and a review. For more of my teaching resources, please visit my Educational Resources Blog (http://www.timetoteach.co.uk).
Selection of different activities that I have found through various websites and teachers. Easy to adapt to meet the particular year group you are working with.
P.E. Games and Games involving balls all have diagrams to help with explanation. As with all PE activities/ games you need to know your class well and ensure you conduct them in safe manner.
Improv Encyclopedia is the largest collection or resources for improvization theater on the web. Here you will find tons of stuff related to improvization theatre.
Icebreakers: games or activities that help 'break the ice' at events where there are lots of people who don't know each other
Warm-ups: games to get people in a playful mood
games and exercises to promote group Group Trust
exercises and games to encourage Spontaneity
lots of drama and theater Games
After a little experimentation I worked out how to add all the posters in the same place, so here (hopefully) goes:
Formative assessment posters for gymnastics, for display to pupils or as a guide for staff, detailing how to progress between levels.
I created this booklet as a way of getting pupils to engage in self-review at the end of aunit of work and to look for progression. It also acts as a way of presenting them with their assessment data at the end of each unit so, combined with my formative assessment ‘How Can I Improve’ posters (elsewhere on the site) they know what to do to progress. For it to look it’s best - as I intended - you’ll need to download and install the font it uses - Action Jackson, which is free but you’ll need to google it to find it.
An example of one of my PE policies. It's not complete or totally comprehensive but if you&'ve been landed with the responsibility of writing one - especially as a Primary School teacher - it could be a useful starting point. Please feel free to use as much or as little of it as you like. OFSTED were happy with it in it&';s previous incarnation in June 2004.
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.
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. Who won the first medal for GB?
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?
An accompanying powerpoint assembly / lesson is available to purchase for just £2.50 from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/inspirational-team-gb-assembly-lesson-presentation-70-slides-11350117
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This resource is a fully editable, colourful and informative powerpoint presentation on Team GB's magnificent performances in the Rio Olympics 2016 - amassing 76 medals and coming second in the medals table ahead of China with a population of more than 1 billion!
It contains information on every medal winner and each slide features an updated medals table.
In order to re-live Team GB's golden moments in Rio 2016, there are hyperlinks to BBC's video footage of every medal winner's performance. (Please note: the links are only accessible in the UK.)
This resource is an ideal 'back to school' assembly or tutor group activity and an inspirational resource for PE teachers.