Early years gymnastics and dance resources

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250 SPORTS FLASHCARDS TEACHING RESOURCE CLASS DISPLAY PE PHYSICAL EDUCATION

250 SPORTS FLASHCARDS TEACHING RESOURCE CLASS DISPLAY PE PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Resources included are as follows: PDF file for you to print. 250 Sports words flashcards Each flash card has a sports related word and a colourful border.   Words are suitable for key stage 1 to key stage 4. Size half A4 landscape per card. Colourful and bright cards sent to you on cd for you to print time and time again. These cards can be printed full size or smaller for each pupil Make a great display around the classroom or halls. Adjust your printer settings to print smaller (select print 2 pages per page etc), or photocopy larger. Select just a few of these cards to highlight the key words for todays lesson or print them all to keep around for every day learning.

By hayleyhill

SEND PMLD Dance Plan

SEND PMLD Dance Plan

A lesson plan for teaching PMLD students Dance including sample unit targets for 7 students working at levels P3-P7.

By GoldSEN

Dance / Action Song "The Hokey Pokey" plus STEAM Worksheets

Dance / Action Song "The Hokey Pokey" plus STEAM Worksheets

Let’s get the kids MOVING! Who knew you can address Science, Math, Language Arts, Physical Education, Art AND Music with “The Hokey Pokey”? Abbreviated Objectives: SCIENCE: ID Parts of the Human Body (Action & Worksheet) MATH: Count how many Human Body Parts / Shapes (Worksheets) LA: Practice Reading & Spelling the words associated with the Parts of the Human Body (Worksheets) PE/Dance: Movement & Direction (Action) Art: Color / Shape (Action & Worksheets) Music: Listening & Moving Rhythmically to the Steady Beat / (optional) Singing (Action) No specific Music Skills are required to teach the Dance activity. The Dance / Action Movements focus on developing Body RHYTHM, practice in SEQUENCING, FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS using BASIC NON and LOCO MOTOR MOVEMENTS and SIMPLE DANCE STEPS Dance Activity is presented in Lesson Format: Objective and Step By Step Procedures to minimize prep. MP3 Include: Original Accompaniment Arrangement – No Vocals (Rock Style) Also Included: Song Lead Sheet with Lyrics Song Lyric Sheets (Traditional and Non-Traditional Lyrics Option) Human Body Part Visual Cue Cards These Visual (Picture) Cards are very helpful for learning. Use them to CUE the next Body Part Movement. Hold the cards up and have the students ID the Body Part. Place the cards in a pocket chart or hold them up before the next verse. There are 2 Sets of Cards: Set 1 contains FULL Page Color Illustrations Set 2 contains FULL Page Color Illustrations and their corresponding Words Each Individual Picture Card Measures 8 ½ x 11 Great for General Classroom Teachers, PE Teachers, Music Teachers, Substitute Teachers and After School Programs! Kid tested and approved! Enjoy and Have Fun “Cuttin’ A Rug”! ♫Donna Marie♫

By DonnaMarieClancy

Rhythm Sticks: Musicals: "March Of The Siamese Children" from The King And I

Rhythm Sticks: Musicals: "March Of The Siamese Children" from The King And I

ENGAGING CREATIVE EXPRESSION FUN… Way to DEVELOP: RHYTHM, COORDINATION and MOTOR SKILLS! Addresses Elementary Music and PE Curriculums. MU:PR5.1.2a S1.E1.K, S1.E1.1, S1.E3.K, S1.E3.1, S1.E6 & E8 Use it in the Classroom or for a Show. What You Get: ♪ Rhythm Stick Pattern Flashcards ♪ Pattern Order with Lyric Cue Sheet, Song Link ♪ Rhythm Stick Routine ♪ Practice Options 12 Pages Suggested Grade Levels: K & 1 Movements Include: Right/Left/Front/Back/High/Low/Up/Down STICKS: Tap, Roll, 1 Tap, 2 Quick Taps JUMP: Straight Up, Feet Together Pause, Hold Position, Bow STEP: Open, Together, Forward, Backward 1 Stick, 2 Sticks Bend-Stand Straight Thigh, Hips, Foot Stomp Nod Head WALK in a Circle OBJECTIVES ♫ Movement Activity to develop and improve Body Rhythm, Coordination, Locomotor, Non-Locomotor and Directional Skills. ♫ To move the STICKS in a prescribed order to the STEADY BEAT Of the music. ♫ To PERFORM a series of MOVEMENTS to the STEADY BEAT of the Music. ♫ To follow a simple SEQUENCE of MOVEMENTS. ♫ To PERFORM a series of DANCE STEPS to the STEADY BEAT of the Music. ♫ To make a Physical connection to a Broadway Musical through Performance. No Sticks…No Problem! Roll up some newspaper, unsharpened pencils, rulers, straws or just Clap!

By DonnaMarieClancy

Rhythm Sticks: Musicals: "Gary Indiana" from The Music Man

Rhythm Sticks: Musicals: "Gary Indiana" from The Music Man

ENGAGING CREATIVE EXPRESSION FUN… Way to DEVELOP: RHYTHM, COORDINATION and MOTOR SKILLS! Addresses Elementary Music and PE Curriculums. MU:PR5.1.2a S1.E1.K, S1.E1.1, S1.E3.K, S1.E3.1, S1.E6 & E8 Use it in the Classroom or for a Show. What You Get: ♪ Rhythm Stick Pattern Flashcards ♪ Pattern Order with Lyric Cue Sheet, Song Link ♪ Rhythm Stick Routine ♪ Practice Options 8 Pages Suggested Grade Levels: K & 1 Movements Include: Bend: Left Side/Right Side Walk: Forward/Backward Kick and Tap Toe Hip Push: Left/Right Foot Stomp Sticks Above Head Roll Sticks Pauses OBJECTIVES ♫ Movement Activity to develop and improve Body Rhythm, Coordination, Locomotor, Non-Locomotor and Directional Skills. ♫ To move the STICKS in a prescribed order to the STEADY BEAT Of the music. ♫ To PERFORM a series of MOVEMENTS to the STEADY BEAT of the Music. ♫ To follow a simple SEQUENCE of MOVEMENTS. ♫ To make a Physical connection to a Broadway Musical through Performance. No Sticks…No Problem! Roll up some newspaper, unsharpened pencils, rulers, straws or just Clap! ♫Tidbit: Gary, Indiana was the home town of Michael Jackson♫

By DonnaMarieClancy