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The children will complete five exercises in a circuit keeping their own scores on their own record card. Each exercise will last for 90 seconds.
1.Cone run – sprint to cone 4 metres away and back again.
2.Skipping – count jumps.
3.Racket bounce – bounce ball on flat racket face.
4.Target roll – roll ball towards a cone and score on each hit.
5.Throw and catch – against the wall or in the air. One point per successful catch.
This term we will start to look at the sport of tennis. This is a great non contact sport to play and with everyone looking for games to play that include social distancing you can keep well apart from others or even play against a wall on your own!
The video below is a starter lesson to learn new skills and follow tennis drills. We would love to see pictures or videos of you learning these new skills and they can be posted on our Purple Mash blog. Have fun and keep your eye on the ball!!
This topic will allow you to have fun with your family and understand what good teamwork looks like including effective communication and how these skills are important for many Outdoor Adventurous Activities. Children will work together in teams on a number of different team building exercises to practise their teamwork and communication skills including verbal and non-verbal methods of communication.
Our fabulous football teams have put together these brilliant activity packs. Click on the images above, depending on whether you're a red or a blue. The booklets are filled with fun football-themed content including crosswords, wordsearches, quizzes and colouring-in to keep you busy!
You can watch live at 9am (or catch up later in the day if you weren't awake enough to jump around at 9am!)