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Primary Physical Education: 

Things to try at home while the school is closed if you are KS2.

Published Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
Last updated: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Physical Development Opportunities

Key Stage 2

 

Have a go at some of the activities below and see how well you can do!!!  Remember, it’s all about setting yourself a personal challenge and enjoying what you do.

1. See how long you can skip without stopping. 

    - Set yourself a target eg. 10 skips, 20 skips or even 100.

    - How long can you skip for, if you can get someone to time you?

2. Practise throwing and catching a ball, on your own or with a friend.

    - See if you can do it with one hand. 

    - See how many times you can do it without dropping it.

    - How high can you throw it and catch it.

    - Can you clap when the ball is in the air?  How many times?

    - Practise some of the ball handling skills we did in our basketball unit.

    - Throw and catch off a wall.

3. Practise your swimming strokes.

   - Set yourself a distance challenge.

   - Ask a friend to time you over a distance of your choice.

   - Spend time working on your weakest stroke.

4. If you have an opportunity practice bouncing or kicking a ball with a friend.

5. Ride your bike, scooter, roller blades or have a bounce on your trampoline. 

6. Research an Olympic sport and an athlete from your country.  Display your information as a poster and we can display it!

Stay fit, stay healthy and have FUN!


Comment By Patty 4E 

I did all of it and I enjoyed myself. If possible can you post some more?

Published on Wednesday, October 26, 2011