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Some ideas for family PE challenges

Monday 15th June

1 - Speed Bounce- all you need is 2 cones and something to time. How many times can you jump (2 footed) over the cones in 30 seconds. If you don’t have any cones use 2 socks or any soft objects you can jump over.

Have a couple of practise goes to warm up then record your score!

 

2 – Star Jumps- This week we have Star Jumps, how many Star Jumps can you do in 30 Seconds? Have a few practise goes to warm up; Challenge yourself to do better each time, Challenge your friends and family

 

3 – Skipping- New Week, New Challenge! This week we have Skipping- Grab yourself a skipping rope, how many times can you skip in 30 seconds? Push yourself further- how long can you skip for without stopping? Have a brain break, spend 10 minutes each afternoon practising your skipping!

 

4 – Push Ups- How many Push ups can you do in 30 Seconds?

 

5 – Zig Zag Run- all you need is 5 objects. Set them out in a Zig Zag shape about 5 steps apart. How many times can you touch each object in 30 seconds?

 

6 – Rebound Catch- Standing 1 large step away from a wall, how many times can you throw a ball (or a rolled up sock) off the wall and catch it in 30 seconds?

 

7 - Bat and Ball Keep Up- If you don't have a bat & ball, what objects can you use to move up and down whilst on the move? How many laps can you do in 30 seconds without the object touching the floor?

 

8 – Throw and Catch- Using a ball or rolled up sock, simply throw the ball above your head and catch it! How many times can you do this in 30 seconds? Can you do this on the move?

 

9 - Relay Collection- How fast can you collect 10 items? Lay 10 items out in an open space, collect each item in a relay fashion.

 

10 – Standing Long Jump- Standing with your feet shoulder width apart, how far can you jump? Take the measurement from your heel where you first land. If you haven't got a measuring tape use cones or toilet rolls, how many can you jump?

 

11 – 10m Sprint- How many laps of a 10m track can you do in 30 seconds? (if you are doing it at home and haven't got room for 10metres measure out 5 and halve your score)

Monday 8th June

New Week New Challenge!
This week we have a 10m sprint challenge- How many laps of a 10m track can you do in 30 seconds?
(if you are doing it at home and haven't got room for 10metres measure out 5 and halve your score)
Think about:
- Different ways you can move to challenge yourself and keep it fun; Hop, Skip, Side Steps.
- Where do you lose speed during the activity?
- What body parts are being used for the activity?
- What Sports require this movement?

Monday 1st June

New Week New Challenge 

This week's challenge we have a Standing Long Jump challenge.
Standing with your feet shoulder width apart, how far can you jump.
Take the measurement from your heel where you first land.
If you haven't got a measuring tape use cones or toilet rolls, how many can you jump?
Think about;
- What technique can you use to jump further?
- What body parts/muscles are being used for this activity?
- What sports would require this type of movement?

Monday 18th May 

New Week New Challenge

This week we have an Agility Challenge, brilliant to do outside with the fantastic weather this week.

Relay Collection- How fast can you collect 10 items?

-Spread 10 items out at least 5 large steps away from your starting point.

-How long does it take to collect the items 1 at a time, returning to the starting point?

-Try to beat your time each attempt or work as a team with someone a home

Think about:

-Ways you can move to collect items, what different forms of travel can you do?

-How many different ways can you carry or balance the items to return them?

Explore:

-If you are outside, how many different items can you find? Try to find different shapes and sizes.

New Week New Challenge 
This week we have a hand to eye coordination challenge.
Using a ball or rolled up sock, simply throw the ball above your head and catch it! 
How many times can you successfully do this in 30 seconds?
Set out a space 5blarge steps apart, how many laps can you do whilst throwing the ball in the air?
 
Challenge yourself:
-Throw the ball with one hand and catch it in the other.
-Add a clap in or see how many claps you can add in before catching the ball.
Think about:
-What sports would use this sort of skill?

Actively earn your snacks

Indoor PE challenge

Rebound Catch! Standing 1 large step away from a wall, how many times can you throw a ball (or a rolled up sock) off the wall and catch it in 30 seconds?  

To challenge yourself:

-Take 2-3 steps away from the wall

-Only use 1 hand to catch the ball

-Use your weaker hand to throw/catch the ball

What sports is this type of practise so important in? Why?

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