Long Rope Jumping
3rd - 6th
Students participate in long rope jumping. In this physical education lesson, students use four cones and a long rope to complete several activities. One students has the role of a "turner" and their partner is the "jumper." Each partnership completes several long-rope turning and jumping skills.
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Fourth graders practice their multiplication facts by using jump ropes and incorporating math into physical education. They use their jump ropes to jump the product of the multiples that the teacher calls out.
Students study multiplication facts. In this multiplication lesson plan, students memorize multiplication facts by participating in a jump rope activity. Students listen for the multiplication fact called out and jump the number of times to match the answer.
Activity and Exercise
Leave it to the classic jump rope to get your class excited about physical activity! Your class will begin by discussing the benefits of jumping rope as a form of exercise and learning a few different types of jumps. Then in groups of four, your young athletes will engage in various activities that will build in progression, and ultimately lead to independent jump rope practice. This is the first resource in a series of fitness and physical activity lessons.
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Physical Education/Jumping Rope
Jump rope! Jump with both feet. Jump on your left foot. Jump on your right foot. In pairs, count for your partner how many jumps they can do in a row. Do each type of jump three times. Take the data collected back to math class and find the mean, mode, and median. Great details for a very basic jump rope lesson.
District Wide Jump Rope For Heart
Students participate in a district American Heart Association Jump Rope event. They meet students in their age from other schools in a social setting. Students come to the High School gym on a Saturday morning in February. They are given a t-shirt, snacks and drinks for participating.
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Students research the importance of jump ropes in sports. Students team up with a partner to time their jump roping and heart rates. Students preform various skills using the jump rope.
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