I have created a pack of x20 circuit station cards which include a visual demonstration of each exercise. They include clear pictures which highlight the key working muscles along with the names of the muscles and muscle groups working whilst performing the exercise. I have included a challenge and super challenge to encourage students to push themselves, which would work particularly well within a mixed ability class.
The exercises included in the pack are listed below
Box Toe Taps
I have made a badminton peer assessment sheet which includes visual demonstrations of each skill being performed along with a tick list for the teaching points students can work their way down the list and tick off. The sheet can also be adapted and used for recapping TP’s. The sheet also includes a written task at the end where students can use the assessment tick sheet to highlight areas for improvement ready for their end assessment or next lesson
The skills in the worksheet are listed below
Basic Drop Shop
These are designed to give students ideas on warm up ideas. They are female football specific and feature x5 england lioness players
They are positional warm up’s which feature pulse raisers, stretches and a warm up activity game. Great for promoting women’s football during schools ready for the Women’s Euro;s.
I have created a pack of 15 trampoline instruction task cards which inlcude visual aids, teaching points and progressions.
Seat Drop 1/2 Twist
Front Drop 1/2 Twist
Back Drop 1/2 Twist
1/2 Twist to Back Landing
1/2 Twist to Front Landing
Back Pullover to Feet
Front Landing to Back Landing
3/4 Forward Turnover to Back (Progression for somersault)
Back Landing to Front Landing
I have created a McDonald’s themed fitness workout that can be used with any Key Stage!
In the worksheet there is a menu which features McDonald’s most popular food choices from the main meal to desserts. The document is in colour and has various pictures which would work well with SEN.
On the worksheet children pick their meal and enter in the calories from the menu into the sheet where they then work off their meal with selected exercises that = a number of calories burned when performed!
Great resource to get students active and engaged in the lesson based around health and fitness
x10 Orienteering maps designed to be used on a marked out football pitch.
The pack includes
x10 maps - all named after female sporting legends
x1 teacher master map to set up the course
x1 teacher answer sheet
x1 student answer sheet
Equipment you will need is x16 cones and a sharpie.
x4 cones with a number 1 written on
x4 cones with a number 2 written on
x4 cones with a number 3 written on
x4 cones with a number 4 written on
You will need to set up the course using the teacher master map. Students are to navigate their way around the map locating the control points and collecting the information (numbers). Once they have been to all of the control points and got all the numbers they will need to add these together to get a total and you can check their score against the teacher answer sheet which has all the answers for each of the maps.
This a great activity which uses many skills
A range of football positional cards which are designed to look like Instagram to grasp student attention.
They feature a key player position, job description, key words and a QR scanner which will direct students to a Youtube video detailing the player position.
Great way to use technology within your lesson and gives students independent learning.
The following players are including
Virgil Van Dijk - Defender
Marc Ter Stegan - Goal Keeper
Alphonso Davies - Fullback
N’Golo Kante - Defensive Midfielder
Kevin De Bruyne - Midfielder
Leo Messi - Winger
Jadon Sancho - Winger
Kylian Mbappe - Striker
I have created a five guys themed fitness workout which can be adapted and used for any KS.
The sheet includes a generic overview of the activity and a sheet to create your own five guys milkshake. It requires students to use literacy and numeracy skills to calculate their calories of the milkshake.
Once students have created their milkshake they can use the exercise sheet to burn off their milkshake. Exercises have 3 different levels to make sure lower ability and higher ability are challenged. It also includes an extension task to burn off your friends milkshake.
This is a great task to use and is COVID friendly as you can write out the objectives and exercises on the board and give students throw away copies of the create your milkshake sheet.
I have created a Nandos style fitness workout which can be adapted and used for any KS.
The worksheet includes a Nandos style menu including pictures / kcals where students are to create their meal and dine at Nandos.
Students will then use the second sheet provided to burn off their Nandos. Fun way to keep students engaged in a fitness based lesson which also includes minimal equipment so its COVID friendly.
Thanks for checking out my resource. I have created a pack of female football positional cards to be used to help guide / educate students on player specific positions and tactics in and out of possession.
The positional cards have been created so they are easy to print and laminate and can be used over and over - great resource to have at hand! I have put QR codes onto each card which students / footballers can scan and it will take them directly to a video of the player on the card highlighting their position with clips from games
The players I have used to create these are England Lioness stars below;
I have created an x8 pack of non participation lanyards. These are great for making sure the lesson is inclusive and accessible to all students especially if they are unable to take part physically.
In the 8 pack there are the below roles student;s can take up
They have been designed on a cream background so they are also dyslexia friendly
Netball Numbers - Courses
• Netball court maps, 6 maps with sufficient copies of each map to have one per pair with a few left over.
• Each set of maps to be placed in separate box or bag.
14 cones or markers labelled with the code numbers as follows:
• 4 with number 1
• 4 with number 2
• 4 with number 3
• 2 with number 4
Map 1 = 14, Map 2 = 15, Map 3 = 11, Map 4 = 12, Map 5 = 13 Map 6 = 10
• The children should be in pairs
• Explain that the triangle on the map represents the start.
• Give child 1 the map of one of the courses, child 2 is responsible for adding up the total of the code numbers they find on the cones for the course they are doing.
(Map 4 – Cones values are 2+1+4+1+3+1= 12) Each child has a role either map reading or adding up.
• Give successive pairs different maps to start with, so that they don’t all follow each other.
• When a pair returns from a course with the correct answer give them the next map in the set, this time child 2 with the map and child 1 adding up. Swap roles each time they start a new course.
• Continue in this way until the time is up or everyone has completed all the maps.
I have created a fitness themed workout for students to enjoy and its based around the food chain Archies.
Student’s can use the sheet provided which is a menu I created of famous archies milkshakes. Student’s can choose their milkshake, workout their calories and then burn them off with the exercise sheet.
This can be adapted to use with any KS and it also includes an extension task and differentiated exercises to challenge all abilities.
The workouts involved minimal equipment which make them covid friendly.
• 3 blue cones, 3 yellow cones, 3 green cones and 3 white cones.
• Maps from attached
• For a class of 30 you will need one copy of map 1 for each pair and 3 copies of maps 2-6.
• Set out the 12 cones in a grid as given on the map. Leave a space of 2 metres between each cone.
• Put children into pairs.
• Practice map
• Give each pair a copy of map 1.
• Discuss map orientation and ask each pair to set the map to the cones on the ground.
• Ask each pair to go to the start cone (red triangle on map).
• Discuss - is everyone in the correct place?
• Select one pair to lead the class to the next cone, discuss location and if correct continue until the class reach the finish cone at the double red circle.
• Pair work
• Give each pair one map numbered between 2 and 6.
• Each pair starts at the cone marked on their map. They navigate to each control until the finish.
• You check they have finished on the correct cone.
• Swap maps and repeat.
• Put codes on each cone. Give each pair a pencil and paper; they record the code of each cone they visit along the route.
• Black and White Maps
• See example map at the end of this document.
• Make more maps with different courses. Set out a grid of 12 cones of any colour and run session as for colour coded cones.