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- San Antonio, TX
Frisbee Throwing Teacher Resources
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Throw a Frisbee. It's not as easy as one might think. Learn how to grip it properly and give it a flick of the wrist. Try to make it fly straight without wobbling, or flying in a curved direction. And then, learn how to catch a Frisbee in the sandwich style. Sounds like fun!
Young scholars participate in throwing a disc for accuracy. In this frisbee throwing lesson, students are divided into small groups and complete throwing tasks using discs or frisbees. A student is assigned a "challenger" role and completes a task, then everyone else in the group must complete the task.
Third graders participate in a syllable frisbee game to practice their syllables in words. In this syllable frisbee game lesson, 3rd graders listen to the teacher call out a word. Students throw their frisbee into a drawn circle depending on the number of syllables in the word that was called. Students whose frisbees land in the correct circle will gain points.
Have a fun Frisbee day! Lesson 1 (of 8) focuses on throwing the Frisbee backhand. Diagrams show learners how to hold and how to release the Frisbee. It includes a block plan, instant activities for warm-ups, assessment references, and more. Check it out and adapt it to fit the level of your classes.
There are eight lessons in the Frisbee golf unit. Lesson 2 focuses on throwing the Frisbee in a sidearm fashion. There are diagrams that show how to hold the Frisbee and how to release the Frisbee. There are links to each lesson and to all the other components of the unit. It includes a block plan, instant activities for warm-ups, assessment references, and more. Check it out and adapt it to fit the level of your classes.
Learners demonstrate different motor activities to honor Dr. Seuss's birthday. In this literacy-based physical education lesson, students perform group activities such as tumbling, jumping rope, throwing frisbees, and hopping. Each learning station is based on a book by Dr. Seuss.
Young scholars explore the concept of average and bar graphs. In this average and bar graph lesson, students throw Frisbees and calculate the distance they throw them. Young scholars throw the Frisbee 6 times and determine their average throwing distance. Students graph their results on a bar graph.