Skip to content

Latest Resources

This resource outlines the athletics events included in running, jumping, throwing and combined events.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 

This resource describes how basketball was invented in 1891 by James Naismith, a Canadian physical education student. Comprehension questions follow the reading.

Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This lesson contains a warm-up and cool-down activity as well as throwing and relay activities which require co-operation among students.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This lesson plan introduces students to the concept of warming up. Students are provided with opportunities to practice running over distance, sprinting and jumping.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This resource describes a fun, warm-up activity which requires no equipment.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This lesson outlines a warm-up activity, jumping activities, throwing activities and sprinting activities.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This resource describes several rhythmic activities which can be done with ribbons.  It develops creative expression and use of space.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This resource describes several different types of relay activities.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

These activities help students to develop space awareness in relation to themselves and to others.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This resource describes 10 simple activities which teachers can incorporate into a class to encourage some physical activity.

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: 

This lesson plan describes some ball activites which help to increase confidence as well as motor skills. 

Subject Areas: 
Learning Resource Type: 
Resource Levels: