Please see these links and ideas from Mrs Hall to keep up with your daily physical activity!
Home Activity - For those people at home, today’s challenge is to log onto go noodle, set up an account and try a minimum of 4 videos throughout the day - videos range from 5 minutes to 20 minutes and focus on a wide range of activity such as stretching/balance/flexibility, endurance and strength exercises.
Below is the link to Joe Wicks' YouTube channel where he livestreams his virtual PE lesson each morning and also uploads previous workouts:
I'm sure that like me, many pupils are missing their Premier League football at the moment. Here are a few ideas for getting their football fix whilst home learning...
The Premier League Primary Stars Programme are making their school curriculum linked resources available for home learning with no registration. Resources cover Maths, English, Physical Activity and Health and Well-being for KS1 and KS2 ages. Follow the link below to access:
BBC Super Movers
The Premier League has teamed up with the BBC to produce a number of videos to get primary school children moving and learning.
Try this football themed game as an activity break during your day. KS1 pupils love these games (although older pupils might enjoy them too) and Super Movers have quite a few different ones...
Match of the Day Game (Level 1) - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-match-of-the-Day-l1/z6dy2sg
Match of the Day (Game (Level 2) - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-super-movers-matchday-warm-up-L2/zrqcpg8
Older pupils might prefer to follow the Premier League match day warm up activity with players and staff from Burnley FC:
Matchday Warm-up (Level 1) - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-super-movers-matchday-warm-up-l1/zvdb6v4
Matchday Warm-up (Level 2) - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-super-movers-matchday-warm-up-L2/zrqcpg8
Physical challenge - How far can you go?
Premier League footballers travel on average around 10km per match (90 minutes). That's 5km in 45 minutes. How far could you travel in 45 minutes? Why not go out for a run/walk today and when you get back try and plot your route on a website such as https://gb.mapometer.com/ to find out how far you travelled. Younger pupils may need help of an adult to plot their route but for upper KS2 it will be a great opportunity to develop their map skills. Can they recognise the route they have taken on a map? Pupils could also develop their maths skills by using time and distance to work out their speed in kph or mph.
Stay safe and keep active.
Garden challenge 1 - take out a soft object from your house e.g. a teddy and see how many ways you can balance your teddy on your body. How far can you travel across your garden balancing the teddy on that body part? Try to beat your personal best. Can you beat a sibling or grown up?
If you have any photos of you trying out these activities, please do email them in to Mrs Obridge- [email protected]