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Three basketball activities can be found in this resource. One is a basic shooting drill. Use the cues BEEF: balance, elbows, eyes, follow-through. The second drill is for practicing lay-ups. Use the cue: elbow and knee on a string. The last activity is to play a game of bump. It's what fun!!
Upper graders are introduced to the topic of fractions and percentages. In groups, they discuss real world situations in which fractions are present, and they complete a worksheet solving problems with common and uncommon denominators. They use the Internet to research how meteorologists use math to track weather.
Feet to the ball, belly button to the target, flat platform. These are the three main cues for making a good forearm pass in volleyball. Teach these cues, practice these skills, work on performing a good forearm pass. Yes, practice, practice, practice. The only way to get better at something is to practice.
The basic skills of throwing and catching a football are the focus of this lesson. The teaching cues for throwing are: fingers on the laces, eye on the target, step with opposite foot, pull arm back and thrust forward releasing the ball. The cues for catching are: make a triangle with your hands, watch the ball all the way until it hits your hands. There are a few drills to have the class practice these skills before playing a fun football passing game.
Help young learners practice drawing conclusions and using reasoning through this simple game idea. The teacher places a mystery object in a bag and learners must ask yes/no questions until they guess what it is correctly. As a model of the critical thinking skills this game is designed to exercise, the teacher should ask prompting questions to elicit this kind of thinking from learners. After the class practices this game all together, students should be able to play amongst thems
Students explore communication by using non-verbal cues. In this body language lesson, students utilize blindfolds to communicate with classmates through words only, then use only physical actions to communicate and compare the two. Students discuss how their body language and communication abilities are essential leadership qualities.
Knowing how to start up a steep hill while mountain biking is a good skill to have. Otherwise, if one stoppped part way up and couldn't get started up again, what would be the point. This lesson plan offers up some good cues in getting set to start up a steep incline on a mountain bike. There is also a link to the other lessons in this unit.
Develop fluency with a variety of works. Help kindergartners use multiple strategies to understand text and decoding. They will create an alphabet poem book on Kid Works 2 to illustrate and write their own poem. In the end, they will record themselves reading their poem.