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P.E. 26/02/21

 

Let's get warmed up and stretch today by doing a quick 5 minute full-body stretch and dance warm up! Follow the link at the bottom and get started!

 

Once you are all warmed up and ready, we are going to continue looking at football, our new sport for this term.

 

Today we are going to continue to focus on the important skill of dribbling. Dribbling is the skill of being able to keep control of a ball using your feet as you move around with it.

Here are some suggestions of how you can practice dribbling at home. You can either pick the same activities you did on Monday or try something different. There is also a video at the bottom of the activities you can do if you would like to follow that instead. If you do not have a ball to use then you could roll a pair of socks into a ball and use that instead.

Activity suggestions:

  • Put some cones or small soft objects (soft toys, bean bags, etc.) in a line, making sure to space them apart. Try dribbling a ball through the gaps starting at one end and reaching the other side. Start off slow and as you build control, try and go faster. For even more challenge, try dribbling with just 1 foot allowed to touch the ball.
  • Staying in the same area, tap the ball left and right using the inside and outside of your foot. Aim for control and get quicker as you get more confident. Then have a go using the other foot. Watch the video (starting at 2:20) if you would like to see a demonstration of how to do it.
  • Using what you have just learned, dribble the ball through the gaps in cones/objects but using the inside and outside of your foot as you go.
  • Dribble the ball as fast as you can to the end of a line and stop it with your foot by putting it on top of the ball. If you have a partner to practise with, you could pass the ball between you first and stop the ball with your foot when it reaches you before passing it back.

 

To finish, make sure you cool down your body. You could go for a short walk outside or have a go at some yoga or do another activity as long as it is light.

P.E. 22/02/21

 

Let's get warmed up today by doing a quick 5 minute warm up with Joe Wickes! Follow the link at the bottom and get started!

 

Once you are all warmed up and ready, we are going to be looking at our new sport for this term which is...football!

 

Today we are focusing on the important skill of dribbling. Dribbling is the skill of being able to keep control of a ball using your feet as you move around with it.

Here are some suggestions of how you can practice dribbling at home. There is also a video at the bottom of the activities you can do if you would like to follow that instead. If you do not have a ball to use then you could roll a pair of socks into a ball and use that instead.

Activity suggestions:

  • Put some cones or small soft objects (soft toys, bean bags, etc.) in a line, making sure to space them apart. Try dribbling a ball through the gaps starting at one end and reaching the other side. Start off slow and as you build control, try and go faster. For even more challenge, try dribbling with just 1 foot allowed to touch the ball.
  • Staying in the same area, tap the ball left and right using the inside and outside of your foot. Aim for control and get quicker as you get more confident. Then have a go using the other foot. Watch the video (starting at 2:20) if you would like to see a demonstration of how to do it.
  • Using what you have just learned, dribble the ball through the gaps in cones/objects but using the inside and outside of your foot as you go.
  • Dribble the ball as fast as you can to the end of a line and stop it with your foot by putting it on top of the ball. If you have a partner to practise with, you could pass the ball between you first and stop the ball with your foot when it reaches you before passing it back.

 

To finish, make sure you cool down your body. You could go for a short walk outside or have a go at some yoga or do another activity as long as it is light.

 

 

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