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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.

By mikemcgreal

Team Building Activities (21 different)

Team Building Activities (21 different)

A great resource for any PE or Duke of Edinburgh leader, to encourage interpersonal skill, leadership development and teamwork.21 different activities for teachers/students to lead, with aims, objectives, equipment, instructions and differentiation (easier and more challenging) that will target any age group.

By Ali12345

OAA, Map Reading and Navigation Resource:  The Compass

OAA, Map Reading and Navigation Resource: The Compass

A resource for use when teaching map reading, navigation and how to use a compass. In particular, this focusses on 4 activities students can take part in, in small groups, pairs or individually to practice and consolidate knowledge and understanding of the compass.Equipment detailed in the sheet, and resource card used as a reciprocal task card for students to work through.Perfect for PE, OAA, Duke of Edinburgh and Geography.

By Ali12345

Superheroes Display Banner with Display Cards - Instant Display Pack

Superheroes Display Banner with Display Cards - Instant Display Pack

Superheroes Display Banner with Display Cards - Instant Display PackThis Superhero Banner is great for a Superheroes theme. It comes with 8 differently designed Display Cards which are fully editable. Use these Display Cards for questions , challenges, rewards etc. The Superheroes Display Pack consists of 1 banner made up of 3 landscape sheets of A4 (90cm x 21cm)and 8 editable Superhero Display Cards

By MissPepperPot

Superheroes Pencil Control, Superhero Fine Motor Skills Mazes

Superheroes Pencil Control, Superhero Fine Motor Skills Mazes

Superheroes Pencil Control, Superhero Fine Skills MazesSimple, fun Superhero Maze worksheets that encourage children to practise their fine motor skills and pencil control. Follow the maze with your pencil to help the Superhero1 PDF file with 8 mazes - perfect for a table top activity

By MissPepperPot

PE Lesson Plans

PE Lesson Plans

a large range of teachers lesson plans typed up with activities, assessment and objectives. Useful for evidence of planning particularity for RQT,NQT, SCITT teachers. Includes, Atheltics (indoor and outdoor), BAdminton, cricket, dance, fitness, football, gymnastics (all disciplines), hockey, netball, orienteering, rugby, league, rugby union, softball, tennis

By PEinnovator

PE planning linked to Space - 4 weeks.  EYFS

PE planning linked to Space - 4 weeks. EYFS

A Microsoft Word Document.Four lessons of PE planning. This links to a Space topic and plans for a warm up, main lesson and cool down. It includes different ways of moving, catching and throwing and using equipment. It links the DM statements to the activities.

By early_years_adventures

NEW Edexcel GCSE PE Unit 2 - Topic 1 - Lesson 8 BUNDLE PACK

NEW Edexcel GCSE PE Unit 2 - Topic 1 - Lesson 8 BUNDLE PACK

In this BUNDLE you will receive a fantastic PowerPoint for the NEW Edexcel GCSE PE course. The PowerPoint is for Unit 2 - Topic 1, Lesson 8 – A Balanced Diet. It includes images, starter activities, group learning tasks, individual tasks, activities and research tasks. This BUNDLE also includes all of the relevant resources for this lesson.

By InspirEDLearning

Tennis Court Orienteering

Tennis Court Orienteering

A fantastic introduction to orienteering, map reading, maths skills, handrailing, orientating maps and initiative individual and team-building skills through PE and OAA (Outdoor Adventurous Activities). Perfect for all year groups, from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4. This resource works well with PE and cross-curricular subjects.The activity is ready to go, simply print out the cards (laminate to protect), and go. Equipment needed - a tennis court, 11 cones, and a white board marker.

By Ali12345

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Magic Shapes Handwriting: cursive letters: Complete Alphabet

Magic Shapes Handwriting: cursive letters: Complete Alphabet

EVERY letter of the alphabet in cursive.Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence.Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters.A full set of resources is included for EACH individual letter including powerpoints and practice sheets.*************************Developed over thousands of years, these magic symbols are used by wizards to share thoughts, ideas and information. Expert wizards can create thousands of spells with just a few magic shapes. These wizards are called WRITERS and you can become one.This lesson includes two parts:Part 1: Fine Motor SkillsShapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen.Includes:- examples and demonstrations on Powerpoint- Magic Pen Skills sheet with guidance and traceable shapes.Part 2: Learning the Letter ShapeCombines the shapes in part 1 to form a magic symbol (the cursive letter).Includes:- guidance on Powerpoint with the handwritten version of the letter and examples of alternative ways it may be written in print and handwriting- Magic Letter Builder sheet with traceable forms of the shapes used in the fine motor skills activity and also combined to form the complete letter- Pen Wizard: Trace the letter at declining sizes to perfect magic writing skills- blank sheet for practising freestyle writing- flashcards with the complete letter and deconstructed shapesNote: Part 1 is designed to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes that have been deconstructed from the complete letters. The lettering is intended as an introduction to cursive writing with shapes that are similar to print. Examples of other versions of letter forms are included to help emphasise that children will see variations in books and with other people's handwriting.

By MagicSounds

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Magic Shapes Handwriting: lowercase: Complete Alphabet

Magic Shapes Handwriting: lowercase: Complete Alphabet

EVERY letter of the alphabet in lowercase.Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence.Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters.A full set of resources is included for EACH individual letter including powerpoints and practice sheets.*************************Developed over thousands of years, these magic symbols are used by wizards to share thoughts, ideas and information. Expert wizards can create thousands of spells with just a few magic shapes. These wizards are called WRITERS and you can become one.This lesson includes two parts:Part 1: Fine Motor SkillsShapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen.Includes:- examples and demonstrations on Powerpoint- Magic Pen Skills sheet with guidance and traceable shapes.Part 2: Learning the Letter ShapeCombines the shapes in part 1 to form a magic symbol (the lowercase print letter).Includes:- guidance on Powerpoint with the handwritten version of the letter and examples of alternative ways it may be written in print and handwriting- Magic Letter Builder sheet with traceable forms of the shapes used in the fine motor skills activity and also combined to form the complete letter- Pen Wizard: Trace the letter at declining sizes to perfect magic writing skills- blank sheet for practising freestyle writing- flashcards with the complete letter and deconstructed shapesNote: Part 1 is designed to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes that have been deconstructed from the complete letters. The lettering is intended as an introduction to handwriting with shapes that are similar to the shapes used in everyday writing (rather than rigid typed templates). The style of lettering is designed to follow similar patterns to cursive writing to support children that may learn to use cursive at a later time. Examples of other versions of letter forms are also included to help emphasise that children will see variations in books and with other people's handwriting.

By MagicSounds

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Magic Shapes Handwriting: UPPERCASE/capital letters: Complete Alphabet

Magic Shapes Handwriting: UPPERCASE/capital letters: Complete Alphabet

EVERY letter of the alphabet in UPPERCASE (capital letters).Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence.Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters.A full set of resources is included for EACH individual letter including powerpoints and practice sheets.*************************Developed over thousands of years, these magic symbols are used by wizards to share thoughts, ideas and information. Expert wizards can create thousands of spells with just a few magic shapes. These wizards are called WRITERS and you can become one.This lesson includes two parts:Part 1: Fine Motor SkillsShapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen.Includes:- examples and demonstrations on Powerpoint- Magic Pen Skills sheet with guidance and traceable shapes.Part 2: Learning the Letter ShapeCombines the shapes in part 1 to form a magic symbol (the capital letter).Includes:- guidance on Powerpoint with the handwritten version of the letter and examples of alternative ways it may be written in print and handwriting- Magic Letter Builder sheet with traceable forms of the shapes used in the fine motor skills activity and also combined to form the complete letter- Pen Wizard: Trace the letter at declining sizes to perfect magic writing skills- blank sheet for practising freestyle writing- flashcards with the complete letter and deconstructed shapesNote: Part 1 is designed to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes that have been deconstructed from the complete letters. The lettering is intended as an introduction to handwriting with shapes that are similar to the shapes used in everyday writing (rather than rigid typed templates). The style of lettering is designed to suit lowercase writing in both print and cursive. Examples of other versions of letter forms are also included to help emphasise that children will see variations in books and with other people's handwriting.

By MagicSounds

Pirates: Planning, Role Play and Resources . Activities for EYFS  Nursery and Reception

Pirates: Planning, Role Play and Resources . Activities for EYFS Nursery and Reception

This is an enormous resource with fully editable medium term planning (over 20 pages), to support a pirate theme in EYFS. Please note I collate my resources so you only see the top page of a resource which could be multiple pages long. This is a 256MB pack! Included in the pack are;Pirate writing framesCraft activitiesResoureces to support role playPosters and display titlesSnap cardsLotto gameLabelsColouring sheetsPlaydough matsTricky words on treasure chestsGraphemes on gold coinsPirate wordsPirate bunting Pirate puzzlesTreasure mapand more.........

By anncarcat

Foudation Stage PE:Dance/Movement Medium Term Plan: Ourselves/My body

Foudation Stage PE:Dance/Movement Medium Term Plan: Ourselves/My body

This Medium Term plan links in with the theme: Ourselves and My body and was planned for a mixed Year R/1 class. The last two lessons are a bit more difficult and may be more suitable for Year 1. The children particularly enjoyed the lesson using the expression cards. I hope it is helpful!!

By hattie

Rhyming CVC words activity bundle; EYFS, phonics, rhyming strings, reading, sensory play, games.

Rhyming CVC words activity bundle; EYFS, phonics, rhyming strings, reading, sensory play, games.

A set of 9 CVC words making 3 rhyming strings. Easy to decode using phase 2 phonics knowledge.Bold colourful graphics.Differentiated activities.Sensory play.Time saving.... some activities are print and go with minimal preparation required for others.With this pack children will be able to ...Play loto, match words to pictures independently, practise their reading and writing and engage in sensory learning.

By katypic

Songs to support early mathematical concepts

Songs to support early mathematical concepts

A selection of themed songs to support the development of mathematical concepts and vocabulary. These have been collated from a variety of sources and should be used selectively! These were developed for use with children with severe learning difficulties as i have found that the use of a catchy tune really can help some of these words and ideas to be remembered.

By trogfoot

Children's writing targets

Children's writing targets

Writing targets from stepping stones up to level 4A in child friendly language. We put in the children's book so they always know what their target is, they have one highlighted at a time. These are based on the criteria from the Suffolk writing assessment and i have just put them in childspeak. There is an A4 and A5 version depening on your books.

By ruburg

Funky Fingers

Funky Fingers

This is a 7 week plan I have created based on a funky fingers plan I sampled. All pictures are taken from Pinterest and the activities look easy enough to set up. I will be starting this in my Reception class after half term.

By rachelb003

The Three Little Pigs STEM Challenge

The Three Little Pigs STEM Challenge

This Three Little Pigs STEM challenge is perfect to engage your little scientists during a topic on traditional tales. Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) investigations give children an opportunity for hands-on, open-ended, collaborative exploration. Pack includes:- Student Recording Journal (front page editable for adding student's name)- Student Challenge Cards - these handy cards explain the challenge and list the materials needed(an editable version is also included for you to add your own materials if you wish)- Materials and Preparation - detailed information on what you'll need and how to set up the challenges- Teacher Directions - a step by step account of the process and hints and tips- What is STEM? - an information sheet on the importance of STEM subjects for primary school children

By MissPepperPot

MORE PLANNING - continuous provision

MORE PLANNING - continuous provision

Activity Plans for Role Play, Construction, Small World Play etc. Please use and adapt accordingly, SPEND MORE TIME OBSERVING THE LEARNING THROUGH PLAY, love your job, it’s the best job in the world!. Play takes huge energy and concentration. It is anything but recreation or relaxation. Bruce, 1991 Play is a process. It has no products. When the play ends, it vanishes as quickly as it arrived. Bruce, 1991 Bruce, T (1991) Time to Play in Early Childhood Education. London: Hodder and Stoughton

By carlabooth

The Naughty Bus Drama Ideas

The Naughty Bus Drama Ideas

Devised by Rebecca Bell here are two sheets to help you bring to life The Naught Bus book by Jan and Jerry Oke. I was lucky enough to attend a course, led by Rebecca, and used her ideas with my class. It particularly grabbed the boys' attention, and we dipped in and out of the book for many weeks. In fact, it was the class favourite and the children loved the font in the text. Rebecca has kindly given permission for her work to be viewed.

By catwoman green

EYFS Longterm Planning Cards

EYFS Longterm Planning Cards

Separate cards for each activity (used either indoors or outdoors) and the development matters/early learning goals they support. Additional ideas for enabling environments/enhancing areas.

By lilyput