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PE - Striking activities

Discussion in 'Primary' started by puffinjen, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. puffinjen

    puffinjen New commenter

    Hi, I'm a student teacher and looking for some ideas for year 2 striking activities in PE - apart from the usual Rounders games, are there any other fun ways for children to practice their striking skills? I'm not sure why but I'm drawing a blank on this?!! We have paddle bats so I was thinking of some activities that involved them, although I'm open to ideas! Thanks!
     
  2. puffinjen

    puffinjen New commenter

    Hi, I'm a student teacher and looking for some ideas for year 2 striking activities in PE - apart from the usual Rounders games, are there any other fun ways for children to practice their striking skills? I'm not sure why but I'm drawing a blank on this?!! We have paddle bats so I was thinking of some activities that involved them, although I'm open to ideas! Thanks!
     
  3. Tennis, cricket, table tennis, French cricket, badminton?
     
  4. puffinjen

    puffinjen New commenter

    Thanks, wasn't really looking for other sports, just more games they can play in groups - sorry I don't think I was very clear - the PGCE has that effect on me [​IMG]
     
  5. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

  6. puffinjen

    puffinjen New commenter

    Thnaks Marlin - I had actually come across those when I was looking over the weekend but in my rush dismissed them, will have a proper look now, thanks for reminding me about them [​IMG]
     
  7. Apparentlt the government are about to issue new rules on striking activities!!
    SORRY!!!!

    Try swedish longball - great game!
     
  8. puffinjen

    puffinjen New commenter

    Haha, not much help are they!! Thanks, I'll google Swedish longball!
     

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