Physical development teaching resources: Clothes and getting dressed

Resources and ideas for physical development, clothes and getting dressed, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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Primary Swimming Resource (for the entire school, inc. assessment crib sheets)

Primary Swimming Resource (for the entire school, inc. assessment crib sheets)

12 levels of swimming resources for complete non-confident beginner up to club level. These 12 resources go through a series of progressions for all Primary-age students to work through, leading to school-made certificates that can be awarded in-school, leading to cost-effective use of resources.The 12 cards should be laminated and made use of on the pool side by teachers, followed by the 12 assessment cribs to input your results and show the progressions made by students in lesson time.An excellent resource that meets NCPE and ASA standards, as well as giving students a challenge to work towards which is easy to track as well as deliver. An extra idea is to personalise the levels instead of using 1-12. You could make use of House Colours, sea creatures (level 12 could be Shark for example) or any other adaptations you wish to use.Not only does it focus on swimming, but also personal survival and lifesaving skills. They can be used alongside the RLSS Rookie Lifesaver scheme.

By Ali12345

Baby Clinic Role Play

Baby Clinic Role Play

Here are some things I have made to support Baby Clinic role play. As well as a Baby Clinic sign there are also forms and labels for your role play area. I have made a lotto game based on baby items. You need to print this out twice and cut up one set of pictures.There is a dress the baby activity with four different baby templates and some clothes to cut out. Finally there is a baby number line. Again I have tried to use different skin tones just to add a bit of interest. Hope it is of use to someone.

By anncarcat

Shoes! A lovely powerpoint

Shoes! A lovely powerpoint

I have created this for an introduction for the topic of shoes. Children will have to guess who is wearing the shoe. My class really enjoed it. You press the space bar to advance the slide show.

By james_r_d

Health For Years 5-6: Part 2

Health For Years 5-6: Part 2

'Health For Years 5-6: Part 2' is part of a Health And Physical Education Series which comprises ten books altogether. This book should be ideally used in conjunction with 'Health For Years 5-6: Part 1' over a two year period.The importance of healthy eating, the benefits of physical activity, staying safe and appreciating diversity in the United Kingdom are all a focus. The activities in this book are well-supported by relevant illustrations and can be completed by students independently or with teacher-assistance.This is a Photocopy Master ebook (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Miranda Cooke

By edubooks

The Alphabet of Clothing and Footware

The Alphabet of Clothing and Footware

These resources have been successfully used with various groups of students of assorted ages in different parts of the world. On Page 2 of this resource I indicate how you too can be successful with these resources.Excellent for the individual, pairs, teams and whole class activities; for comparing current knowledge/ideas with reality and for developing important life skills in terms of reading, writing, speaking, illustration, research, analysis, presentation and confidence.

By msterry21

Body Image

Body Image

This lesson is aimed at students in Year 8.The lesson includes clips, a range of tasks including an investigation around the room, reflective writing piece, opportunities for debate and links to relevant media clips.The lesson explores how photoshop is used to distort images and encourages students to challenge their own perceptions of themselves. Students discuss why the media changes images and the impact this may have on their peer group. The lesson was taught as a two hour lesson but can be broken down to fit a shorter time frame.

By MAKIKITA

Ourselves Talking Tub Planner

Ourselves Talking Tub Planner

A planning grid to support teachers in creating an Ourselves themed Talking Tub. A Talking Tub is a collection of materials that are designed to stimulate talking and thinking to support responsive child led planning. This consultation can then be recorded in a Talking and Thinking Floorbook™. This approach can be used in early years and primary settings and can be easily differentiated. Talking Tubs should be tailored to suit your individual setting and individual interests of the children so we have intentionally left these as editable documents The planning grid identifies the lines of enquiry that lie behind the experiences, ideas for 3D and 2D objects and photos and the big questions or possible lines of development that may come out of the discussion.

By Mindstretchers-

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Outdoor Area Planning and Resources - EYFS Physical Development

Outdoor Area Planning and Resources - EYFS Physical Development

A collection of 9 resources that can be used to develop PD in the outdoor area, accompanied by a planning document outlining 22 learning experiences.The planning is designed to be dipped into throughout the year and covers learning objectives from 30 - 50 months, 40 - 60 months and the ELGs. It is a fully editable document and would be easy to cut and paste into your own planning format if necessary.If you need resources and planning for other areas of the EYFS curriculum, please see my other listings.

By PlanitTeacher

Skills Planning - Physical Development: Health and Self Care

Skills Planning - Physical Development: Health and Self Care

Separate skills planning sheets for each of the 11 skills in Physical Development: Health and Self Care (30 - 50 months) Each sheet has one skill; an expectation for emerging, developing and advanced learners; reasoning why children should be placed in each group to help you decide who to level where and an evaluation section to note children who have worked above or below expectation

By MagicalEYFS

Healthy Habits Poster: Self Care and Hygiene

Healthy Habits Poster: Self Care and Hygiene

TAKING CARE OF MY BODY AND MIND!This colorful poster highlights 8 “Healthy Habits” that students can focus on for proper HYGIENE and SELF CARE. The poster is non-threatening and uses animated animals to “lighten up” a serious but important topic for our students. The statements are easy to understand and the animation is attractive to help draw the students eyes to the poster. The poster (in 5 colors) displays the words SELF CARE as an acronym for “actions” we want our students to know and follow. Eight Healthy Habit statements for hygiene and general health are listed and specific guidelines are explained to help lead the students to take positive action. The posters are in a Zip folder with 2 Formats- PDF and JPEG (originally set for 8 ½ by 11 sheets) but they can easily be copied on a school or store Poster-Maker to convert to a large sized poster. You can then place it inside your gym or playing area for your students to see and for you to reference while you teach your daily physical education lessons. This Physical Education Poster is designed for all ages but is best suited for students from 2nd Grade through the 10th Grade

By ejpc2222

SRE

SRE

This bundle includes introductory lesson to puberty and lessons exploring body image and self esteem.All lessons are fully resourced and include:- Clear lesson objectives,- Differentiated resources,- Links to relevant clips,- Homework tasks,- Group investigation tasks,- Individual reflection.

By MAKIKITA

Self Esteem

Self Esteem

This lesson explore the impact the media has on self esteem. Students carry out an investigation into a range of case studies from the recent media and debate the impact the media and use of photoshop can have on self esteem. The lesson provides opportunities for debate, discussion and reflection of students own perceptions of themselves. It is hoped that following this lesson students are able to gain a better understanding of the way in which the world around them is distorted and reflect on the impact this has on themselves and their peers.The lesson is fully resourced and includes links to clips and a selection homework to further develop students knowledge and understanding.When taught, this lesson received very positive feedback from students and was graded outstanding by observers.

By MAKIKITA

GCSE - Child Development

GCSE - Child Development

WeaningCaring for a sick childHealthy diet Hygiene - nappy changing- bathing New born babyReligion - culture and diet Vaccinations and illness Exam questions Revision

By Binny2014

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EYFS Outdoor Play Resources and Planning Bundle

EYFS Outdoor Play Resources and Planning Bundle

A fantastic selection of resources to help you develop the 7 areas of learning in your outdoor learning environment, The resources are supported by detailed planning documents that are designed to be dipped into throughout the year and cover learning objectives from 30 - 50 months, 40 - 60 months and the ELGs.

By PlanitTeacher

Class Countdown Timers

Class Countdown Timers

Please find enclosed a variety of different timers ranging from 5 minutes in length to 1 hour. They can be used for a variety of different reasons: Getting changed for P.E. Showing how long is left for an assessment Motivating children to complete work Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

5 Minute Timer

5 Minute Timer

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.Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

20 Minute Timer

20 Minute Timer

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.Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

30 Minute Timer

30 Minute Timer

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.Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

40 Minute Timer

40 Minute Timer

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.Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

15 Minute Timer

15 Minute Timer

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.Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

10 Minute Timer

10 Minute Timer

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.Thanks!

By PrimaryPros

Believe assembly

Believe assembly

Assembly using positive role models to develop self esteem and self belief. Using juggling as a fun element

By grahamhawkins

Activity 4

Activity 4

This is one of over 300 activities / ideas that I have. Please browse my shop for the main file. They are templates that you can over-type and amend to create buzzy lesson activities in seconds. This one is simple - click on the yellow boxes to reveal a 'peekaboo' - first person to shout out who it is.... (easily amendable). Then compare the two people...Thanks

By whizzbangbang