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Multi Skills

Multi skills is about performing the basic fundamental movement skills. We will learn to develop a range of basic skills, actions and ideas. We will begin to remember and repeat simple skills and actions with increasing control, showing agility, balance and coordination.  We will choose and identify skills and actions and apply these in isolation and combination. We will observe, copy and describe what we have learnt and make suggestions as to how we can improve.

 

  • I can move with agility.
  • I can demonstrate spacial awareness.
  • I can demonstrate a dodge.
  • I can demonstrate agility when going over, through or round equipment.
  • I can describe what it means to have good balance.
  • I can demonstrate balance.

Riley demonstrating good balance.

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Sophia demonstrating good balance.

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  • I can demonstrate hand eye coordination.
  • I can demonstrate coordinated foot patterns.
  • I can demonstrate underarm throwing.
  • I can demonstrate over arm throwing.
  • I can demonstrate how to catch a ball/beanbag.
  • I can demonstrate how to roll a ball.

Jake and Logan demonstrating underarm throwing using a ball.

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Jack and Nataniel demonstrating underarm throwing using a beanbag.

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Holly passing her beanbag from hand to hand showing good hand eye coordination.

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Savannah, Ella Mae and Holly working hard to perfect their throwing and catching skills.

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Amelia, Ella Mae and Savannah working on their accuracy when rolling a ball.

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  • I can demonstrate agility during a racket skills lesson.
  • I can demonstrate balance whilst using a tennis racket.
  • I can demonstrate coordination whilst playing floor tennis.

Ella-Mae demonstrating good balance.

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This group were demonstrating their agility during this exercise.

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Jack and Ella-Mae demonstrating good co-ordination.

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Esmai demonstrating good co-ordination.

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