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Use the hands to pull the body through the water. Use relays and speed challenges. Ask learners about moving through water; is it easier or harder than on land? Discuss reasons why. KS1 PE 1a/1b/3b Elephants and kangaroos 1. Swimmers move in various ways to cover a set distance. 2. Ask swimmers to move like particular animals. 3. Count the number of steps taken and aim to reduce them. Discuss which animals might cover the distance in the least number of steps, then the most number of steps. KS1 PE 1a/1b/2b Dodgems Swimmers move freely in any direction, dodging in and out of one another.

Swimmers move across the pool as quickly as possible with feet on the bottom, making a noise like a car and pushing an object with their nose or chin. 2. Swimmers travel around objects such as floating hoops. 3. Repeat in pairs or teams. KS1 PE • Encourage shoulders to be low in the water and 1a/1b/4a/4b chin close to the surface. • Ask how many are now warm and why. KS1 PSHE 4b • What do they need to do to keep warm? • Ask them to describe how the temperature of the water affects their bodies and why it is important to warm up before exercise.

KS1 PE 1a/1b Treasure hunt 1. Throw sinkers in the pool. 2. Swimmers walk around the pool with their faces in the water and identify what the sinkers are. Emphasise eyes open. 2 a. Be introduced to the initial stage of aquatic breathing and be comfortable with water in the mouth. b. Be introduced to the benefits of exercise. Equipment and Resources Pool divider to prevent access to deeper water; flotation aids if required; floating hoops; medium size indoor balls; egg flips; watering cans; assistant in the water if possible Activity Description Teaching tips NC reference Blowing bubbles 1.

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