# Teaching the Physical

I am a PE teacher with good all around knowledge. My aim as an educator is to help every child find a physical activity they will carry on in later life.

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I am a PE teacher with good all around knowledge. My aim as an educator is to help every child find a physical activity they will carry on in later life.

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I am a PE teacher with good all around knowledge. My aim as an educator is to help every child find a physical activity they will carry on in later life.

A differentiated task card students can use to copy the paired balances from. Green=1st easiest, blue=2nd, purple=3rd orange=the hardest.
There is also leveled self assessment sheet students can work through to see what level they are for balances.

A Sheet of balances that students can use to select and accurately replicate balances for their routines. Great for independent work.

Drag and drop revision activities for remembering the muscle and bones names.
Students are able to see how many attempts each item takes and they can print off a copy at the end.
Made for the new AQA (2016) GCSE PE specification but could also be used for any other GCSE PE specification.

Posters using made using wordfoto. Have 10 key words put into a photo. Good for P.E. literacy

Around 36 questions on solely expanding a single bracket and solving an equation. Answers included on the second page.

There are 2 different worksheets on this document - 1 involves finding a percentage of a number then using that answer to find an increase and decrease. The second worksheet has just finding increase and decrease in percentages. Percentages used are 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 %
This was created for my low ability maths set.
Answers are included.

Worksheet with data to record in a grouped frequency table (with inequalities), extension included where students have to make design their own tables.
Created for a lower ability set as they need a lot of practice. 5 tables to complete plus 2 extension questions.
Answers included.

An excel workbook containing "given that" questions, with a limitless supply.
E.g.
Given that
140.4 x 9.9 = 1389.96
What is 14.04 x 9.9 =
If you press F9 when on the workbook then it will randomise the numbers at the top and therefore the rest of the sheet. There are also some fixed easier questions below that can be copied and pasted. Perfect for all maths teachers with not a lot of time on their hands! Can be copied and pasted into worksheets, power points etc.
Sheet 1 contains just the multiplication questions (good for lower ability learners!)
Sheet 2 contains division and multiplication questions.

A worksheet on "Given that" questions.
E.g.
Given that
69.4 x 16.8 = 1165.92
What is? 6.94 x 16.8 =
6 different questions with 8 sub questions in each. Perfect for lower ability groups that need lots of practice. Created because I couldn't find this anywhere else!

A dividing decimals worksheet that is scaffolded with lots of questions of the same time for lower ability learners who need repetition.
Answers included on a separate sheet.

Worksheet on simplifying fractions.
Answers included

A work sheet that takes give students an opportunity to practice each type of question:
Exercise 1 - multiplying with a negative and positive number (1st number negative)
Exercise 2 - multiplying with a negative and positive number (2nd number negative)
Exercise 3 - multiplying with 2 negative numbers
Exercise 4 - mixed exercise
Exercise 5 - dividing with a negative and positive number (1st number negative)
Exercise 6 - dividing with a negative and positive number (2nd number negative)
Exercise 7 - dividing with 2 negative numbers
Exercise 8 - mixed exercise
Exercise 9 - mixed multiplication and division
Answers included
Hints at the top of each page. Each exercise includes 12 questions
Suitable for a lower ability of student as they get to practice each type of question before moving onto a mixed exercise.

A worksheet on multiplying fractions with a how to guide, examples and questions that are scaffolded for lower ability learners. Answers included

An excel workbook that has 12 of each of the following type of question:
Multiplying with: 1 negative, 2 negatives and random.
Dividing with: 1 negative, 2 negatives and random
Random mix of multiplication and division questions.
A massive time saver for teachers, you'll never have to make up your own questions again. Perfect for worksheets or powerpoints. If you press F9 all the numbers will randomise and the answers will recalculate so you have a limitless amount of questions to copy and paste!

Excel workbook that randomises numbers to create a limitless supply of questions that can be copied and pasted into worksheets or lessons.
Includes:
-percentage of amounts for calculator and non calculator
-percentage decrease
-percentage increase
-what was the original total?
Press F9 to refresh the numbers.

Excel workbook that randomises numbers to create a limitless supply of questions that can be copied and pasted into worksheets or lessons.
Includes:
-1 decimal place x whole number
-2 decimal place x whole number
-1 decimal place x 2 decimal place
-random amount of decimal places
-decimals multiplied by 10s,100s,1000s etc
Press F9 to refresh the numbers.

An excel workbook that has a limitless supply of the following type of questions :
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A massive time saver for teachers, you'll never have to make up your own questions again. Perfect for worksheets or powerpoints. If you press F9 all the numbers will randomise and the answers will recalculate so you have a limitless amount of questions to copy and paste!

An excel workbook that has a limitless supply of the following type of questions :
1 step equations, adding, multiplying, subtracting and dividing
2 step equations.
A massive time saver for teachers, you'll never have to make up your own questions again. Perfect for worksheets or powerpoints. If you press F9 all the numbers will randomise and the answers will recalculate so you have a limitless amount of questions to copy and paste!

A Sheet of balances that students can use to select and accurately replicate balances for their routines. Great for independent work.

A differentiated task card students can use to copy the paired balances from. Green=1st easiest, blue=2nd, purple=3rd orange=the hardest.
There is also leveled self assessment sheet students can work through to see what level they are for balances.

A task card for teaching the dig for the first time. I am going to use this with the pupils in groups of 3, with one coach, feeder and worker.

Drag and drop revision activities for remembering the muscle and bones names.
Students are able to see how many attempts each item takes and they can print off a copy at the end.
Made for the new AQA (2016) GCSE PE specification but could also be used for any other GCSE PE specification.

There are 4 of the same picture on a page. I have used these as flash cards for pupils to remind them of the rules used in the lesson. They are pictures with ticks and crosses on for right use of the rule.

A task sheet that pupils can work through at their own pace. I have made pupils go into pairs with people of their own standard for this. I have used this as an introduction to badminton, and also as a warm up for pupils who are more experienced.