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  1. Do You Wanna Dance?
    £15.00

    A refreshing approach to teaching creative dance in Primary schools using games, tasks and themes which easily link to broader topics within the curriculum.

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  2. Ready Steady...Teach P.E.
    £15.00

    Ready Steady. . .Teach P.E. includes detailed plans for basic ball skills, football, running and kwik cricket. Each of these sports have plans for a unit of work, (seven week block) each week building on basic skills to develop a game situation and understanding of the sport.

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  3. Physical Education - The Essential Toolkit for Primary School Teachers
    £17.50

    This is an easy to use, practical guide for Primary practitioners who are required to teach Physical Education as part of the National Curriculum. The book offers essential advice and guidance. The Essential Toolkit is in two parts. Part one addresses key areas to consider when teaching this subject and part two specifically addresses the teaching of the National Curriculum for PE and provides well tried and trusted lesson ideas for each of the main areas, Games, Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics and Outdoor and Adventurous Activities and Swimming. Suitable for ages 5 - 11 year olds. Learn More
  4. Supply Lines
    £17.50

    Supply Lines is written for supply teachers, or class teachers seeking fresh ideas, for when they are told, "Do what you like with them". The book is written for teachers of Years 3 to 6 Primary school pupils. Drawing on his own experience, the author provides interesting material that can, in most instances, be used without the need for additional resources. Supply Lines is designed to cover short term supply of up to a week, after which other work should be made available. The exercises are well explained and complement existing schemes of work. Areas covered include English, Maths, Science, Geography, History, R.E., P.S.H.E., P.E. and Art. Peter Hancock teaches at a Cornish Prep. School where he has been Head of Geography for almost 20 years. Writing credits include Water - A Vital Resource and Our Ever-Changing Coasts. Key points: *Emergency lessons immediately available *Ideal for non-specialist teachers *Tried and tested ideas *Worksheets can be photocopied *A broad range of topics *Includes a comprehensive answer section *Includes text on CD for easy printing Suitable for 7 - 11 year olds. Learn More
  5. Stepping Back to Health
    £15.00

    Suitable for ages 7 - 11 Teachers, parents and the government are concerned at the number of obese children in schools today. Changes in lifestyle (TV's, games consoles etc.) have contributed to our nations children spending less time exercising. This resource tracks the story of an athletic young girl, who is a keen horse rider. After a riding accident, where she breaks her leg, she begins to over eat through boredom and obviously is not able to exercise. Each chapter has a follow up PSHE/Health education activity designed to be thought provoking whilst encouraging a healthy attitude towards food and lifestyle. This is not a dieting book, but a charming story that encourages discussion and debate about healthy lifestyles. A thematic approach crossing PSHE, Science, English and PE. Learn More

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