Lesson 9

Learning Intention

To mirror the dancer’s movements.

Lesson Information

  • Today we are going to use our movement skills by dancing to some music.
  • The song that we are dancing to is called ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’.
  • During the song you will need to mirror the dancers on the screen.
  • Try and copy the moves as best as you can.
  • Come up with some moves of your own.

Reflection

What are some other dance moves that you could try?


Lesson 8

Learning Intention

To complete the Learning Task.

Lesson Information

  • Click here to do the Year 2 PE Learning Task.
  • The Learning Task will load as a Microsoft Form.
  • Students are to enter their name and class onto the Form.
  • The Learning Task has questions on catching a ball, hopping, heat rate and balancing.
  • Students will also be asked how many star jumps they can do in a minute.
  • Students to rate the remote learning PE lessons out of 5 stars.

Reflection

What other physical activities have you done during remote learning?


Lesson 7

Learning Intention

To extend my balancing skills.

Lesson Information

  • Set up your obstacle course.
  • You can use anything in your house or classroom.
  • Here are some suggestions: cushions, towels, steps and chairs.
  • Remember not to go too fast and hold your arms out to help you balance.
  • If you are jumping off the end of your course, land in the motorbike position.
  • You could even try this outside.

Challenges:

Try and hop along parts of your course. See how fast you can move along your course.

Reflection

What other balancing challenges can you think of?


Lesson 6

Learning Intention

To practice underarm throwing by completing a bottle flip.

Lesson Information

  • For this lesson we are focussing on accuracy rather than distance and speed.
  • The underarm throw is used to propel an object a short distance accurately.
  • Hold the bottle by the lid.
  • Throw the bottle underarm.
  • The bottle should complete one rotation and land the right way up.
  • Challenges:

Try and get two in a row.

Try and stand further away

Reflection

What is another sport or activity that uses underarm throwing skills? Please complete the short reflection on the following link: https://tinyurl.com/year2PEreflection


Lesson 5

Learning Intention

To explore how your heart rate varies during exercise.

Lesson Information

  • Take your resting heart rate by placing your pointer and middle fingers either on the inside or your wrist or on the side of your windpipe just below the jawbone.
  • Once you can feel your pulse, count how many beats you feel in 15 seconds.
  • Multiply this number by 4 to get your heart rate.
  • Do the following activities for one minute, taking your heart rate after each one.
  • Challenge
  • What other activities could you do to raise your heart rate?
  • Do some activities raise your heart rate more than others?

Reflection

What was your highest heart rate?


Lesson 4

Learning Intention

To play a game of bocce.

Lesson Information

  • Find four balls for each person playing. (If you cannot find any then make them out of scrunched up paper).
  • Place a small ball (or any small object) in front of you. This will be the target that you are aiming for.
  • Take it in turns to throw each of your balls at the target.
  • The player whose ball is closest to the target at the end of the game is the winner.
  • If you need further instructions on how to play bocce click on the following link: https://www.wikihow.com/Play-Bocce-Ball
  • Challenges
  • Try and throw the ball with the other hand.
  • Place the target further away.

Reflection

Can you think of other games that use similar skills to bocce?


Lesson 3

Learning Intention

To create and play a game of hopscotch.

Lesson Information

  • Find a surface that you can draw on with chalk.
  • Draw your hopscotch game with the chalk.
  • Find a small object such as a stone and throw it onto the first square.
  • Hop through the squares skipping the square with the stone on it.
  • On your way back to the start pick up your stone.
  • Throw your stone onto the second square and hop through the squares skipping that square.
  • Continue playing the game until you have thrown your stone onto every number.
  • If you need help with the instructions, click on this link: https://www.wikihow.com/Play-Hopscotch

Challenges

  • Try and throw and catch a ball while playing hopscotch.
  • Make your hopscotch go all the way to number 20.

Reflection

What skills did you need to play hopscotch?


Lesson 2

Learning Intention

To set myself a fitness challenge.

Lesson Information

  • See how many sit-ups you can do in a minute.
  • See how many star jumps you can do in a minute.
  • See how many push-ups you can do in a minute.
  • See how many squats you can do in a minute.
  • Give yourself a five minute rest and see if you can beat your previous attempts.

Reflection

Which of the exercises did you find the most challenging?


Lesson 1

Learning Intention

To attempt to juggle.

Lesson Information

  • Practice throwing the ball up and catching it in the other hand.
  • Pass the ball from your catching hand back to your throwing hand.
  • Now try with two balls.
  • When one ball is in the air, pass the other ball to your throwing hand.
  • Every time that one ball is in the air, pass the other ball from your catching hand to your throwing hand.
  • For a challenge, try to juggle with one hand.
  • For a challenge, try to juggle with three balls.

Reflection

What was your best attempt?