Whatever health or activity class you teach, there’s a tool right here to make it quicker and easier. You’ll find curriculum-aligned Lesson Plans on Physical Education and nutrition, Physical Activity Skills Manuals for teaching primary school kids and handy Information Guides for educators and Champions at your school. Download them now.
Warm-up & Cool-down
Warm-up and cool-down exercises for these lessons.
Lesson 1 – I like to move
Learners move through a zig-zag course while practising throwing, bouncing, dodging and other ball skills.
Lesson 2 – Get active
Active games are used to get kids rolling, hopping, monkey walking and copying other people’s movements.
By classifying food pics from magazines as either healthy or unhealthy, the class learns how to define a nutrient, as well as how to identify and discuss the difference between nutritious and non-nutritious foods.
This lesson is a guided tour of the food groups. It covers the kinds of foods that fit into each group, plus how to use them to plan a healthy, balanced diet. Healthy eating starts with a healthy understanding.
Healthy living is all about positive reinforcement. That’s why this lesson recaps and reinforces the messages from the previous four. After completing the activities, learners should be able to explain the benefits of exercise and healthy eating, and list examples of the right foods to choose.
Download the complete document of Grade 1 Lesson Plans.