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Lesson Four – Finding Spaces

This physical education teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to develop and refine a range of different skills in moving into open spaces when playing in a team ball game. The children can identify and explain why it is important to use open spaces during a team game.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to develop and refine a range of different skills in moving into open spaces when playing in a team ball game

Learning Objectives

Develop actions in advancing a large ball during a game. Understand how to move offensively as part of  game.

Learning Outcomes

I know how to move and pass ball to advance it to a goal during a game. I know the importance of moving into a clear space when receiving a pass during a game.

Finding Spaces

Teaching sequence to help the children develop and refine a range of different skills in moving into open spaces when playing in a team ball game

Moving and Passing

Activity cards to help the children practise moving and passing a large ball during a game to develop skills in moving into open spaces when playing in a team ball game

Finding Spaces

Interactive activity to help the children develop and refine a range of different skills in moving into open spaces when playing in a team ball game

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to develop and refine a range of different skills in moving into open spaces when playing in a team ball game

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