Archery Teacher Resources
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6-8: Shooting for Archery Trivia
Students explore archery. In this archery physical education instructional activity, students identify the parts of a bow and arrow, practice using a bow and arrow, and play several related games that review archery skills and safety rules.
Boy Scout Merit Badge: Archery
In this boy scout merit badge: archery worksheet, 8th graders research the topic using websites listed, then answer 5 detailed questions about safety, commands, local laws, equipment, scoring in archery, then select an option and perform specific tasks.
Students study archery. In this archery activity, students develop basic archery and hunter safety skills. Students discuss the history of archery and bow hunting.
Archery Tic Tac Toe
Students play archery tic-tac-toe. In this shooting skills lesson, students aim at targets placed in a tic-tac-toe pattern using bow and arrows. The student with the most accuracy wins.
Shooting for Archery Trivia
Eighth graders improve target shooting by aiming for index cards placed on their targets. The cards contain questions pertaining to archery terminology, which also serves as a review.
"Early Participation, Early Success"
Learners are taught archery rande rules and procedures. They also learn the whistle system associated with this archery program.
Bow and Arrow - physical education
Students practice archery. In this archery lesson, students see how to shoot the bow and hit a target. They attempt to hit balloons that are attached to a target.
Students improve shooting skill and accuracy while playing a unique archery game. They play a game that resembles "Plinko" from the game show The Price is Right. Students shoot their predetermined number of arrows into the target butt attempting to protect the entry point of the sliding discs into boxes placed on the floor at the bottom of the targets.
Aiming in Archery
Students practice aiming with bows and arrows. In this archery lesson, students use the skills they have already learned to enhance their aim and accuracy.
Olympic Sports Spelling Quiz
Archerie, archery, arkhery, arhcery? Language learners are presented with the definition of various Olympic sports and challenged to select the correct spelling of the name of that sport. No answer key is provided.
Soccer: Reading Comprehension
In this reading comprehension activity worksheet, learners read a 1 page selection entitled "Soccer". Students respond to 12 multiple choice questions pertaining to the passage.
Sports Verbs and Vocabulary
In this sport vocabulary learning exercise, students determine which words in a set identify team, individual and opponent sports, match sports, equipment and sports verbs and read short passages to determine sports being played. Questions have multiple components.
The "Write Sport"
Fifth graders discuss the history of sports in Iowa. In this sports lesson, 5th graders write a friendly sports letter and a how to directional writing. They write five entries in their journal from the point of view of a piece of sports equipment.
Acrostic Poem Plan: Archery
In this acrostic poem worksheet, students write 5 or 6 words that start with each letter in the word archery. Students relate the words to traffic safety and then write the acrostic poem with the words.
Traveler: Webelos Activity Workbook
This three-page worksheet is designed to be used by the Weblos of Boy Scouts of America. They are given 13 choices of academic activities that involve the use of maps, geography, math, and money. They must complete five of the activities altogether. Completion of the activities lead to them receiving their geography badge.
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Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students use a short story for several activities. Students write a short story of their own about the characters. Students answer questions while reading the story. Students create a pantomime of their own.
If you're completely lost on what grammar you should cover for Common Core skill L.9-10.1, look here! You will find some ideas and examples on what to include, making sure your learners can master the skill. The multiple choice quiz is the most effective part of this plan and can be modified with better questions.
Kidding Around Down Under
After reading an article, "From an Alternate to a 'Miracle Kid' in a Flash," youngsters discuss the kind of commitment required for a teenager to become an Olympic athlete. A variety of activities is suggested, and the popular topic lends itself to an engaging discussion. Consider these activities for your reading or physical education classes during an Olympic year.
History of the Olympics
Students research the history of the Olympics. They compare their findings to the information found in the book Hour of the Olympics. They discuss and present the changes in the Olympic from ancient times to today.