Working in their groups from last week, the children produced and performed sequences on a range of apparatus. The children were also encouraged to complete some peer assessment, offering their thoughts on the strengths of others.
22nd November 2017
Today we focused on transferring skills onto larger apparatus, including the famed ‘Big Blue’. We developed sequences that included transferring our weight from one body part to another and then we performed them at varying levels on different pieces of apparatus. Next week, we look to create sequences with more parts and will try to incorporate a roll.
Today, we concentrated on linking our skills to perform a sequence as part of a group. As we performed our sequences, we gave focus to our balances to ensure our actions were controlled and had smooth transitions.
Today, we developed our jumps by adding different rotations, symmetrical and asymmetrical movements. We also included the use of air and spins by including cartwheels and handstands. In our sequencing work, we were challenged to include balances, rolls, travelling, bridges AND jumps!