A Framework for Physical Education in the Early Years by M. E. Carroll, Miss Hazel Manners, Hazel Manners

By M. E. Carroll, Miss Hazel Manners, Hazel Manners

This article examines the nationwide Curriculum actual schooling to Key level 1 within the mild of modern alterations. It identifies six easy rules which supply the basis for the reason, curriculum content material, the instructing and the making plans procedures required in supplying a balanced programme for kids elderly three to 7 years. distinct recognition is paid to move schooling for kids of nursery age, delivering because it does a legitimate beginning for later paintings within the early years. video games, gymnastics, dance and swimming are lined intimately and pattern devices of labor for every workforce offer scholars in preliminary instructor education and academics with necessary fabrics to be used in faculties. the ultimate bankruptcy seems on the position of the curriculum chief or co-ordinator for actual schooling at Key level 1, delivering advice on tips on how to agree and enforce a typical institution coverage.

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If he catches it he takes a step backwards and then throws the ball back to the teacher. Any child clever enough to end up three steps away, becomes a big friendly giant. If he is skilful enough he can replace the teacher. Using small balls: WANDERING JACK The children are in four teams and stand side by side in a square facing the centre. A line is drawn in front of each team. A large ball (Jack) is placed in the centre. On a signal from the teacher, the children aim their balls at Jack and try to knock him over one of the other teams’ lines without letting it cross their line.

Tunnels do not provide handles to hold on to offering a different challenge from the climbing frame. Apparatus provides opportunity to develop prepositional language such as ‘on’, ‘over’, ‘through’. It develops predicting, estimating, and decision making skills. Children are aware of the different ‘feel’ to pieces of apparatus and learn the names, colours and shapes of the different pieces. INDOOR ACTIVITIES USING EQUIPMENT AND APPARATUS (a) Large apparatus A range of apparatus should be provided for the children to explore, giving them experience of movement on another level other than ground level.

Ideas for using the fingers (sitting down) Shake, stretch, hide, clap. ‘Play the piano’. Punch, make fists, make fingers. Drum on the floor. Play finger games—Incy Wincy Spider etc. Ideas for using the hands and the feet Crawling, bunny hops, making bridges. Laying the Foundations in the Nursery Ideas for using the knees Kneeling down Walking on feet and holding knees, walk with no knees (straight legs). Skip and get knees high, jump and get knees high. Sit and stretch legs out in front, bend knees.

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