Welcome to the Active activities page! It is important to do some physical activity everyday. We will post a new idea every Monday to help you stay healthy, but you can do any activity you like on any day.
Remember to stay safe - make sure you have a clear, safe space to do any indoor activities and follow government guidelines and ask your grown-ups about any outdoor activities.
Here are some fun Active Activities that I think you will really enjoy this week. Try them all or master one. As well as practising your P.E. skills and keeping you active, this will also give you a chance to practise using a growth mindset! Put your resilience to the test!
1) Bottle flip challenge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzW2SmOKT8I
2) Shoe balance challenge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G28-DU8EPaQ&t=28s
3) Bowl ball https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXhvotPFJFw
Your Active Activities can also help you with other subjects including maths and English! Try these Supermovers videos to practise your spellings and rounding skills:
There are loads of different Supermovers videos that keep your body active whilst keeping your brain active too! Explore some new ones or have a go at the videos we do in class: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q
Lizzie Gough, a judge on 'Alesha’s Street Dance Stars', teaches a masterclass focussing on locking with the help of a dance group named 5XS. Click the link below and give it a go! Remember, practice makes perfect, so give it a few goes throughout the week and show us your moves!
There are other masterclasses to try, so if this isn't for you, explore the webpage and try another dance or move instead. Find them all here:
This week we would like you to create your own OBSTACLE COURSE!
- How quickly can you complete your course?
- Have you used different skills?
- Throwing and catching
- Dribbling a ball
- Navigation (finding your way)
- Can you beat your time?
- Can you beat some else’s time?
- Can you do it backwards or with a balloon between your knees?
Click the attachment below called '15.06.2020 - Obstacle course' for some ideas.
Happy Monday Year 4!
To brighten this week up, we would like you to do some Rainbow Yoga! This is a really great way to build up some core strength and help your balance, whilst helping you to look after your mental health too. Follow the link and join in with the video.
Extra challenge: Can you dress in your most colourful clothes to do this Rainbow Yoga and add a splash of colour to our ClassDojos?
Welcome back Year 4!
Here's some great ideas to stay active, with the added idea of doing some fundraising for charities. Have look at the inspiring videos and some well-known athletes and give one of the challenges a go.
Hello Year 4,
Hope you are all staying safe and learning some new skills or games. To help you enjoy your time at home and improve your football skills, follow the link below to get some great football game ideas! My personal favourite has to be 'Soccer Golf'
I hope you enjoy trying these out. We look forward to seeing your Active Activities this week!
Happy Monday Year 4!
Your active activity this week is called Move to the Beat. Download the attached instructions '11.05.20 - Move to the Beat' and watch this video:
Once you have completed that, try the harder one '11.05.20 - Move to the Beat Extravaganza'
Choose your favourite music and enjoy! Dancing is a great way of staying active and having some fun! Bonus Dojo points for getting grown ups involved :)
Hello Year 4! This week, we are going to be joining in with the Hampshire School Games Daily Challenge! This is a very exciting timetable of activities that lots of children are getting involved with all across Hampshire and Isle of Wight!
Watch the video to get a taste of what this is about! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsrP_sYhQD0
We are a little behind on this, so to get us up to speed, we are going to start on Week 5. Download the attachment called '04.05.2020 -Wk 5 Primary Physical Activity Challenges' below and see if you can complete each daily activity! This also includes a warm-up activity (important and fun) and a table for you to record your results in.
It's all about beating your own personal best, so on Friday, you repeat all of the challenges from the week and see if you have improved!
Send us pictures, videos and your filled in results table! Dojo points will be up for grabs!
Parents can follow any of the latest challenges on social media:
Twitter: @newforestssp or @HampshireSGO
Facebook: @HampshireSGO or search 'Hampshire SGO's'
Let's get active!
This week's active activity comes straight from Mr Ellis and is a cricket one! This is an area of sport that I (Mrs Cochrane) am not the best at. So I will join in too! Start with week one's task and if you enjoy it and feel you want to try another challenge, move on to the next week! If you don't have a cricket/tennis ball, don't worry (neither do I), you can always use some socks, balled up (preferably not smelly ones though), or maybe an orange or bunch up some paper! You may need to get creative! If you are doing this activity inside, make sure the ball you use is not too hard and that you have plenty of space.
Just click the link below and give it a go (you may need to scroll down a bit once on the link).
Happy Monday everyone! Hope you have all had a lovely Easter break. I know that some of you will be missing being able to play football with your friends. So for this weeks Active Activity we would like you to brush up some of your football skills by doing some indoor drills!
Watch the link and give it a go!
Doing this everyday will improve your control and upgrade your skills! You could record yourself each day to see the progress you are making. Let us know how it is going on Dojo.
Remember to keep safe! Make a little bit of space in your house to practise these everyday. And, as the video says, do each drill at a slow pace to begin with. As you practise, you will get faster!
Let's try something new for this week's active activities. The links below will take you on a different yoga adventure. Yoga is a great way to enhance your strength, coordination and flexibility. It is also really good for your mind, helping you to stay calm and relaxed. Plus, these cosmic yoga videos follow a fun story! I have recommended a few that I think you will enjoy :) Have fun and stay active!
Harry Potter yoga: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-BS87NTV5I
Minecraft yoga: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldNm56znOnk
Roald Dahl- The Twits yoga: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vLpwN-_DG
Trolls yoga: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9Q6FKF12Qs
Let's get active!
Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) is doing P.E. lessons every weekday at 9am. Yesterday he had over 900,000 viewers!
Join in this morning by visiting:
If you miss the live one at 9:00, you can still join in... it just won't be live. Let us know how you found it. Which is your favourite move? Challenge yourself to do it every day and notice how good it feels to get active! Extra challenge, get your family joining in too.
19.03.2020 - Today's activity...
Click the attachment below called '19.03.2020 Supermovers_ActiveHomes'. Read through the slides and try out some of the indoor activities with your family.