Key Stage 1 Multi Skill Lesson Plans

Key Stage 1 Multi Skill Lesson Plans

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.
mikemcgreal
Fine motor skills

Fine motor skills

A list of activities that can be done to improve fine motor skills. Includes a non-cook playdough recipe.
RJR_38
Top 40 PE Warm Ups

Top 40 PE Warm Ups

Mixture of warm ups for all year groups. Counting down from 40 to number 1. By Ian Hall and John Castle (Dover SSP).
hall.i
Active Maths - PE and Numeracy

Active Maths - PE and Numeracy

Maths tag game. Students search for mathematical equivalents. Resources ready to print. Involves fractions, decimals, Shapes and numbers. Incorporate maths activities into your PE lessons. Check out my other games: Telling the time and Factors dodgeball.
sbrewin
Active maths - Factors dodgeball

Active maths - Factors dodgeball

Multiples and factors game played during PE lesson incorporated in the fun game of dodgeball. Check out my other active maths resources: Maths tag and Telling the time.
sbrewin
Athletics Pictures (Various)

Athletics Pictures (Various)

A collection of athletics pictures that can be used for posters, displays, worksheets etc. Will save you time trawling the internet for these yourself!
bekki412
Knockout Cup Competition Organiser (not passsword protected)

Knockout Cup Competition Organiser (not passsword protected)

This is a spreadsheet that should make planning, recording and reporting the draw and results of any Cup Competitions a lot easier. It refers to teams and goals in the instructions as I developed it for a football tournament but it could easily work for any knockout cup competition. Instructions should come up when you open it, otherwise you can find them on the tabs on the bottom. If you are an excel novice and would like the safety net of a version that is protected, search for 'Knockout Cup Competition Organiser' and choose the one that is not password protected.
theboytree
Active maths - Telling the time

Active maths - Telling the time

A fun game to learn how to use analogue and 24 hour digital clocks. Best used in the playground with supporting classroom activities. Simply print activity cards and follow the lesson plan. Check out my other active maths lessons: Maths tag and Factors dodgeball.
sbrewin
A guide to active play

A guide to active play

This guide from Learning through Landscapes offers advice on how to get every chlid active for at least 60 minutes a day. It includes: Ideas on how to support active play Ways to motivate children in active play How to find out what activities children most enjoy Four fun active playtime games plus ideas on how to create your own game
Learning_Through_Landscapes