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This resource describes how basketball was invented in 1891 by James Naismith, a Canadian physical education student. Comprehension questions follow the reading.
This lesson outlines a warm-up activity, jumping activities, throwing activities and sprinting activities.
This lesson contains a warm-up and cool-down activity as well as throwing and relay activities which require co-operation among students.
This resource describes a fun, warm-up activity which requires no equipment.
This lesson plan introduces students to the concept of warming up. Students are provided with opportunities to practice running over distance, sprinting and jumping.
These activities help students to develop space awareness in relation to themselves and to others.
This resource describes several rhythmic activities which can be done with ribbons. It develops creative expression and use of space.
This resource describes several different types of relay activities.
This lesson plan describes some ball activites which help to increase confidence as well as motor skills.
This resource describes 10 simple activities which teachers can incorporate into a class to encourage some physical activity.
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The Darakht-e Danesh Library PO Box 86016 Marda Loop, Calgary, AB T2T 6B7