Thursday 30th April
You have a number of options for PE. If you have access to a garden, go outside and do a sporting activity, football, rugby, hockey, tennis, etc. or simply run around the garden. Perhaps you could time yourself?
Alternatively, if you need to stay indoors, there are a few options available:
BBC iPlayer - Andys Wild Workouts
Cosmic Kids Yoga (be aware that whilst this is a link to their website, the videos are hosted on Youtube, which may possibly contain ads)
'The Body Coach' Joe Wicks is live streaming PE lessons at 9am every day. You can do these at home. (again, be aware that these videos are hosted on Youtube)
Jumpstart Johnny has a free section with some workouts to do.
Last week you planned your own mosaics - this week it's time to get creative.
You will need:
- Any kind of coloured paper. This can be simply normal sheets, or it can be old catalogues, brochures, leaflets, basically anything that has colour on it, that nobody needs anymore, and it doesn't matter if it is cut up (you might need to ask your parents help or permission with this)
- A sheet of paper
- Your plan
Cut up your colourful paper into small pieces. These don't need to be the same shape, as long as you have quite a lot of them.
Using your many small pieces of paper, copy your design from last week and glue all your pieces of paper onto the big sheet of paper, recreating your design.
For this period of time I would like you to consider the wellbeing of others. You live with other people, or see other people, some of whom might find this time difficult, stressful, or challenging. Rather than me giving you a particular task for this lesson I would simply like you to do something nice, for somebody else. It could be your mum, dad, brother, sister, Nan, grandad, next door neighbour, postman, bin man, doctor... Whomever you like.
You could make them lunch. You could write them a thank you note. You could design them a gift. You could do a job for them. You could invite them to do an activity they will enjoy. This is up to you, but please, just do something nice for another person who might need it during this time.