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Grade 5 PowerPoints
This Net Games PowerPoint focuses on the dig, set, spike, and serve for volleyball. Each skill is broken down into levels to allow for accessibility for your students. Airdrop to your students, break them into teams, give them a volleyball and let them work cooperatively while giving you time to focus on students requiring additional assistance.
A project-based learning approach to an Adventure Challenge unit. This PowerPoint is designed to introduce the Grade 5s to physical literacy and allow them to inquire deeper into what it means to be physically literate. That question will drive our inquiry and allow students to create a variety of solutions for this very authentic problem.
Health and Fitness
This helped my students inquire into wellness and how being truly well is not only about being physically fit but actually involves all dimensions of wellness. Throughout the unit, we did these activities and then the students created their own activities in order to run their own Wellness Workshops.
This Invasion Games PowerPoint contains basic static drills and advanced dynamic drills for both handball and basketball. Animations and simple written instructions allow students to understand the drills with minimal teacher intervention. This promoted student-centered learning, therefore empowering the students whilst they learn these two exciting sports.
Health and Fitness 2023
I pivoted with my Grade 5 Health and Fitness unit and this unit I felt like really hit the mark. Students chose a life-long physical activity and recorded their progress whilst learning about the benefits of having physical activity in their lives. This PowerPoint contains information linked to 4 lifelong activities: Yoga, Dance, Jump Rope, and Weight Lifting.
This allowed students to reflect on their process of learning as they were creating a dance associated with their chosen exhibition topics. This was available on Teams for them to access during class or at home. It also allowed me to get an insight on their thought patterns as they were creating their performances.
Note: This PowerPoint is better when downloaded and opened in Microsoft PowerPoint rather than accessed through Google Slides.
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