Frisbee Throwing Teacher Resources
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Students explain how a Frisbee flies, why it's shaped he way it is and how fast and how far the Frisbee can go.
Learners examine the history behind the frisbee and how Bernoulli's principle and Newton's law plays a role. In this flight lesson students complete an experiment on how the rim of a frisbee effects flight.
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!
Students 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.
This ultimate frisbee lesson just describes the rules of playing the game. There are no directions on how to throw a frisbee, or any strategy suggestions. Just the rules: plain and simple!
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.
Students work cooperatively as a team and accurately throw a Frisbee. In addition, students explore fitness components and different systems of the human body.
Young scholars already knowing how to throw a frisbee try to make a number of offense catches before the defense makes another number of catches. Teacher should be making suggestions to help students during game.
Third graders participate in a Frisbee game to identify the number of syllables in words. The students throw a Frisbee to a certain number and then identify words with the same number of syllables.
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.
Stray from the daily norm by taking your class outside for this exciting game.
Students work on their physical fitness level in preparation for the physical fitness test. They practice throwing and catching a frisbee.
Young scholars 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.
Students follow directions and practice the skill of throwing a Frisbee toward a target. They then play a Frisbee game and practice working as a team while keeping score on their own.
Students practice the skill of throwing a Frisbee while playing the game of disc golf.
Second graders explore how to throw and catch a frisbee. They discuss the proper way to throw and catch the frisbee. Students observe how to correctly hold the frisbee and practice holding and throwing. They throw the frisbee at targets set up around the room.
Students list and define the 3 basic body types, then execute the basic fundamentals in an interval training warm-up. They measure their own body fat %, then execute basic techniques involved in a game of Ultimate Frisbee.
Students participate in a variety of physical activities working in small groups. They build teamwork as well as improve their athletic skills. They work cooperatively playing soccer, badmitton, frisbee, bean bag bowling and other games.
Using a word processing program, 6th graders create a flyer inviting other 6th grade classes to participate in Ancient Greece Olympics. For this Ancient Greece lesson plan, students use frisbees, water balloons, a running track, and more during their Olympic Games simulation. An engaging lesson with a nice "community spirit" component.
Pupils practice dribbling and shooting with the hands. They be on a group of two or three players; each group stand behind one of the ten frisbees or hoops.