Lesson 1

Learning Intention

To be able to perform locomotion skills.

Lesson Information

  • Set up two lines, a starting line and a finishing line.
  • Choose 2 of the 3 animal walks to complete (frog jump, duck walk and gorilla shuffle).
  • Start at the starting line and do your chosen animal walks up and back from the finishing line.
  • Complete your first chosen animal walk 5 times and then your second chosen animal walk 5 times.

Optional: You may like to do some animal walk races with a family member.

Reflection

Can you think of any other types of animal walks? (kangaroo jump, crab walk etc)


Lesson 2

Learning Intention

To be able to perform fitness skills.

Lesson Information

Hopping Challenge

  • Choose a leg to practise your hopping.
  • Set a timer for 1 minute.
  • See how many times you can hop on one leg in 1 minute.
  • Swap to the other leg and hop for another 1 minute.

Reflection

How many times did you hop on your right leg? How many times did you hop on your left leg?


Lesson 3

Learning Intention

To be able to perform balancing skills.

Lesson Information

Yoga Poses

  • Complete the 3 yoga poses provided (dog pose, warrior 2 pose and tree pose)
  • Try and hold each pose for as long as you can.
  • Repeat each position 3 times

*Optional: You may like to put on some meditation/relaxation music while you do this. Here is a link if you would like to listen to this one:

Reflection

Which pose was the hardest to do and why?


Lesson 4

Learning Intention

To be able to perform eye tracking skills.

Lesson Information

Knee Juggle Catch

  • You will need a round object to knee juggle with (paper ball, sock ball, soft ball, tennis ball etc)
  • Use your knee to bounce the object up and then catch with your hands, swapping between each knee if you need to.
  • Aim to make it to 10 juggles without dropping the object.

*Optional: If available, you may like to choose another round object to see if the juggling makes it easier or harder.

Reflection

What was easier, using your right knee or your left knee?