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Mr. B All Things P.E.

There's no space too small! I strive to create unique, fun, and active lessons adaptable to any space.

There's no space too small! I strive to create unique, fun, and active lessons adaptable to any space.
Basketball Skills Stations - Partner Coaching
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Basketball Skills Stations - Partner Coaching

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Use these basketball skill stations to improve students’ core soccer skills while giving them an opportunity to build coaching skills, including providing positive encouragement and constructive feedback to their player. This resource includes: Learning objectives Set-up instructions Station posters Student worksheets Learning objectives Through this lesson, students will: Practice core basketball skills and challenge themselves to improve their results on each attempt. Develop coaching skills, including providing constructive feedback to their partner to help them improve their skills. Learn to apply feedback received to improve their individual basketball skills Student worksheets are provided in PDF and powerpoint to allow you to adapt the resource to your students and space if needed. This activity can be done inside or out- all you need are some soccer balls and cones! To extend learning, check out these related resources: FREEBIE: Fun Partner Coaching Soccer Skills Stations (with worksheets) Track and Field World Record Challenges Activity Skill Related Fitness Components: Circuit Activity with Worksheet + Extensions Health-Related Fitness Components: Tic Tac Toe Fitness Challenges Enjoy! Mr. B, All Things PE *All images used in this and all other products in this store are reproduced with permission under creative commons licenses.
Back to school icebreaker
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Back to school icebreaker

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Back to school? Wondering what to do with a class of new faces looking at you with anticipation? Look no further with this fun, interactive ice breaker activity. Get your students up and moving on day 1 and have them get to know one another. You will learn the names of your new students and get to know a little part of their personality early on with this activity. Have FUN!
Volleyball Peer Assessment Sheet
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Volleyball Peer Assessment Sheet

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Partner drills and challenges with worksheets to improve student volleyball and coaching skills!! Through this lesson, students will: Practice core volleyball skills and challenge themselves to improve their results on each attempt. Develop coaching skills, including providing constructive feedback to their partner to help them improve their volleyball skills. Learn to apply feedback received to improve their individual volleyball skills.
Fitness Games: TIC TAC TOE
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Fitness Games: TIC TAC TOE

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Get students moving and improve strength, coordination, and flexibility with a twist on the age old game of Tic Tac Toe (+ extension activities) Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: Define different fitness concepts. Categorise physical activities into the fitness type they fall under, e.g. push ups (resistance exercise). Apply their knowledge of fitness concepts and experience of training exercises to design a workout plan.
Fun soccer skills assessment
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Fun soccer skills assessment

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This fun, interactive assessment activity is an excellent way to end a soccer unit. Students are given the freedom and responsibility to assess their peers on their dribbling skills, passing accuracy and more! This assessment tool runs itself and takes little set up allowing you, as teacher, to roam the gym/field and concentrate on the students’ learning.
Fun fitness testing: speed, strength, agility and more.
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Fun fitness testing: speed, strength, agility and more.

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Get your students moving and improve their speed, coordination, agility and more with this lesson plan. An extension activity will challenge students to recall the knowledge of fitness concepts such as ‘resistance exercise’, ‘mobility’ and more. Students will then get creative and design their own workout plan and maybe even have you complete it, if you’re brave enough!
Athletics intro lesson (junior classes)
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Athletics intro lesson (junior classes)

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Reckon you have what it takes to be a world champion? Often when students hear they are going to be doing an athletics unit they are anything but enthused. Use this fun and engaging activity to get your students excited about the prospect of an athletics unit. Students will challenge themselves against the very best in the business. However, fear not, these challenges seek to motivate students and give them a goal to aim form.
Athletics lesson (senior PE)
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Athletics lesson (senior PE)

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Reckon you have what it takes to be a world champion? Often when students hear they are going to be doing an athletics unit they are anything but enthused. Use this fun and engaging activity to get your students excited about the prospect of an athletics unit. Students will challenge themselves against the very best in the business. However, fear not, these challenges seek to motivate students and give them a goal to aim form.
SKILL RELATED FITNESS COMPONENTS
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SKILL RELATED FITNESS COMPONENTS

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agility -balance –coordination -power –reaction time -speed Introduce students to the 6 fitness components essential to skilled athletic events with hands-on fitness stations and 2 extension activities! LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: • Define skill related fitness and list the 6 components • List sports and physical activities that skill related fitness can benefit • Apply their knowledge and experience gained through this activity to answer review questions and design a skill related fitness workout plan for a sport or physical activity
Fun Partner Coaching Soccer Skills Stations
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Fun Partner Coaching Soccer Skills Stations

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Use these soccer skill stations to improve students’ core soccer skills while giving them an opportunity to build coaching skills, including providing positive encouragement and constructive feedback to their player. This resource includes: Learning objectives Set-up instructions Station posters Student worksheets Learning objectives Through this lesson, students will: Practice core soccer skills and challenge themselves to improve their results on each attempt. Develop coaching skills, including providing constructive feedback to their partner to help them improve their soccer skills. Learn to apply feedback received to improve their individual soccer skills. Student worksheets are provided in PDF and powerpoint to allow you to adapt the resource to your students and space if needed. This activity can be done inside or out- all you need are some soccer balls and cones! To extend learning, check out these related resources: Track and Field World Record Challenges Activity Skill Related Fitness Components: Circuit Activity with Worksheet + Extensions Health-Related Fitness Components: Tic Tac Toe Fitness Challenges Enjoy! Mr. B, All Things PE *All images used in this and all other products in this store are reproduced with permission under creative commons licenses.
Find Someone Who... (Winter Holidays Version)
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Find Someone Who... (Winter Holidays Version)

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Find someone who… Makes New Year resolutions every year Is planning to go for a polar bear swim Has been skiing before +37 more! Use this activity to wrap up your term before the winter holidays and/or welcome students back in January. Two versions are provided so you can do this activity before and after the holidays! This is a ‘Winter Holidays’ themed resource with limited references to religious holidays and a non-Christmas centric approach. Student worksheets are provided in PDF and powerpoint to allow you to adapt the resource to your students and space if needed. Happy Holidays! Mr. B. All Things P.E. *All images used in this and all other products in this store are reproduced with permission under creative commons licenses.
Environmental Inspirational Classroom Posters
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Environmental Inspirational Classroom Posters

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Inspire your students to be environmental leaders with these posters to decorate your classroom. I recommend printing these out on 8.5x11 or 11x17 sheets to provide some colour, fun and motivation! Posters read: If you ever think you’re too small to be effective, you’ve never been in bed with a mosquito! (Wendy Lesko) I stand for what I stand on (Wendell Berry) Unless someone like you care a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not. (Dr. Seuss) We will conserve only what we love. We love only what we know. We know only what we are taught (Baba Dioum) We are going to change the fate of humanity, whether you like it or not (Greta Thunberg) The Earth is what we all have in common (Wendell Berry) Mr. B., all things PE Product is provided in pdf and ppt so that you can edit the posters if you wish. *All images used in this and all other products in this store are reproduced with permission under creative commons licenses.
FIND SOMEBODY WHO…PE CLASS THEME
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FIND SOMEBODY WHO…PE CLASS THEME

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Find someone who… Can touch their toes without bending their legs Can do a yoga pose Plays a team sport +17 more! Get students up and moving in this fun, interactive activity designed to get students thinking about physical activity and trying new physical challenges in this variation of “Find Someone Who…”! Student worksheets are provided in PDF and powerpoint to allow you to adapt the resource to your students and space if needed. Enjoy! Mr. B. All Things P.E. *All images used in this and all other products in this store are reproduced with permission under creative commons licenses.
WORLD RECORD TRACK AND FIELD CHALLENGES
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WORLD RECORD TRACK AND FIELD CHALLENGES

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Motivate students to get excited about track and field by challenging themselves against real world records! By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Describe the origins of the field of Track and Field • List sports which fall within the field of Track and Field • Perform basic technical aspects of various Track and Field events. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS • Before class: create as many stations as you would like and place the appropriate equipment at each station (see equipment list below). • Note: This lesson plan provides many station ideas (both Track and Field and other challenges). Adapt for your space/equipment by removing stations you don’t need! • Introduce the field of Track and Field to students (see “Background” below) • Distribute a worksheet to each student and break students into pairs. • Explain the ”Station Instructions” (next page) to all students and instruct them to complete their worksheet, challenging themselves against the world record athletes. Students can take turns timing/measuring each other’s results in pairs. • Send an approximately equal number of pairs to each station to complete the challenge. • Rotate students through the stations, either at their own pace or every few minutes. Up to you if you would like them to try each activity more than once before moving on.
TRACK AND FIELD WORLD RECORD CHALLENGES
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TRACK AND FIELD WORLD RECORD CHALLENGES

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Motivate students to get excited about track and field by challenging themselves against real world records! GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS • Before class: create as many stations as you would like and place the appropriate equipment at each station (see equipment list below). • Note: This lesson plan provides many station ideas (both Track and Field and other challenges). Adapt for your space/equipment by removing stations you don’t need! • Introduce the field of Track and Field to students (see “Background” below) • Distribute a worksheet to each student and break students into pairs. • Explain the ”Station Instructions” (next page) to all students and instruct them to complete their worksheet, challenging themselves against the world record athletes. Students can take turns timing/measuring each other’s results in pairs. • Send an approximately equal number of pairs to each station to complete the challenge. • Rotate students through the stations, either at their own pace or every few minutes. Up to you if you would like them to try each activity more than once before moving on.
FREEBIE - PARTNER  COACHING SOCCER  SKILLS
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FREEBIE - PARTNER COACHING SOCCER SKILLS

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Partner drills and challenges with worksheets designed to improve student soccer and coaching skills Through this lesson, students will: Practice core soccer skills and challenge themselves to improve their results on each attempt. Develop coaching skills, including providing constructive feedback to their partner to help them improve their soccer skills. Learn to apply feedback received to improve their individual soccer skills.
Fun fitness testing: flexibility, cardio and more.
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Fun fitness testing: flexibility, cardio and more.

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Get your students moving and test their flexibility, coordination and cardio fitness! 🏃‍♀️❤ I like to use this as an assessment tool at the beginning of the year to get a baseline of my PE class’ overall fitness and understanding of some key fitness concepts. I then have the students complete it in the middle of the year and finally just before the end of the year. This allows both the class and I to track their progress. An extension activity will challenge students to recall the information they have learnt such as ‘muscular endurance’, ‘muscular strength’ and more. 💪 Students will then get creative and design their own workout plan to help them reach their fitness goals and maybe even have you complete it, if you’re brave enough!