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GIFs in Physed

A GIF is an image that turns into animated file. These GIFs can be really powerful in your Physed class, below are some great resources for you to use.
GIF Rotations

A great resource to use during FMS rotations.

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Ball Bouncing

Ball Bouncing GIF activity

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A-Z Warm Up

Complete a high intensity warm up from A-Z

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Locomotor (assessment)

Locomotor GIF activity

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Catching

Catching GIF activity

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Throwing

Throwing GIF activity

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Follow the Leader

Warm up and follow the leader

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What a Catch!

Classic Catches Challenge!

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Jumanji Fitness

Be prepared to run out of the wild! Students play in small groups on their fitness.

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Interactive Skipping

Interactive skipping game for your students to complete at home or at school.

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Cricket Strike

Students work on improving their cricket strike (two hand strike) and moving towards an object.

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Minute to Win It!

Minute to win it challenges, focusing on catching, using hands, eyes & feet. Countdown timer included.

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Emoji Fitness - Warm Up

This was inspired by Dale Sidebottom. I have adapted to my teaching using GIFs

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Superhero Warm Up!

Turn your students into Superheroes! Students warm up together performing movements

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Net/Wall Challenge 1

This challenge is designed for students to work their way up to various levels with net/wall games.

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Net/Wall Challenge 2

This challenge is designed for beginners to develop their net/wall skills.

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Dice Fitness Bingo

Who will yell out bingo first? Students use a dice to complete various GIF movements.

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Fitness and Connections Board Game

This team building game using GIFs allows students to connect to learn about each other.

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Digital Locomotor Board Game

Can your students run, hop, jump or leap out of trouble? - GIFs and reflection included

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Time to Move with the Animals

Developing our locomotor skills connecting to our favourite animals. GIFs included.

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