Year 3 – 6 Spar Lancashire School Games
Activity Timetable

Week 10: 6th June – 12th July 2020

Please see below the activity timetable for week 10 of the Spar Lancashire School Games, stay at home programme.

Week 10 – Timetable

The timetable below has links to 4 different areas. Move, Stay at Home Heroes Challenge, Play and Learn

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

  Move!
Move it Monday
 

Move!
Let’s Dance Tuesday


Move!
 Workout Wednesday

Move!  
Thinking Thursday

Move!  
Fitness Friday

  Learn!  
Video Demonstration
 

  Learn!  
 
  Learn!  
 
  Learn!  
 
  Learn!  
 
Stay at Home Heroes Challenge!



Stay at Home Heroes Challenge!

 
Stay at Home Heroes Challenge!

 
 
Stay at Home Heroes Challenge!

  Practice some more
 
Stay at Home Heroes Challenge!

  Certificate
 
Play!
Today’s top play!  


Play!  
Today’s top play!

Play!  
Today’s top play!

Play!  
Today’s top play!

Play!  
Today’s top play!
Word of the week – Joy of Moving

Missed Week 1 – 9 ? Don’t worry you can access the learn exercises, weekly challenges and move and play resources by clicking here.

Move & Play – Click on the links move and play and you will be directed to a webpage that has the best resources that are currently available to help keep children active.  

Learn – Each week a new Learn resource will be available with supporting documents and videos to ensure your pupils/children are learning and continuing to develop their skills aligned to the KS2 PE curriculum.

ChallengeA weekly Challenge linked to the learn activity will also be available each week to ensure personal best challenges and competition opportunities are provided.

Share your videos and photos.

We want to see you trying the challenges and learn exercises at home, please share your videos and photos with #lancsgames20 on:

Move!
The recommended amount of physical activity for children aged 5-18 is 60 minutes a day.  It should be hard enough for us to get a little bit out of breath and a little bit sweaty!

Challenge!
Take part in challenges against the clock yourself or challenge a parent, carer or sibling. Try to beat your own scores and hit your personal best!

Play!
Don’t forget the importance of play, playing simple games and using our imagination is important, games like hide and seek and musical bumps are fun and will also help keep us active

Learn!
Learning, practicing and developing our sports skills will help us become better at PE and sport.  This section will introduce sport and P.E skills relevant to the P.E national curriculum.