Four Oaks Games Challenge Week 3

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Happy Monday!

Week 3 Game challenge: Rugby Challenges

Rugby – World Tour
Challenge Accepted!!

1. Grab a ball (any size or shape), pair of socks, toilet roll or rolled up paper. If you have a rugby ball or American football that is even better, but it’s not essential.
2, Start with your ball / socks / toilet roll / paper in both hands.
3. Set a timer for 30 seconds.
4. Start your timer.
5. Pass the ball through the legs in a figure of 8 before then passing it around your whole body. This counts as one loop.
7. If you drop your ball / socks / toilet roll / paper, start by passing through the legs again and continue counting from the last full loop completed.
8. How many full loops can you complete in 30 seconds?
9. Try doing the above two more times, and record these scores too.

Variations for SEND pupils
S.T.E.P Principle Variation
S- Space Roll the ball in a figure of 8 around two objects on a table
T- Task You can also pass the ball around your waist only or around your head
E- Equipment Use a smaller ball or a ball easier to grip to pass around
P- People Ask an adult or sibling to support passing it around the body

 

Rugby – Hit the Target
Challenge Accepted!

1. Grab a ball (any size or shape), pair of socks, toilet roll or rolled up paper. If you have a rugby ball or American football that is even better, but it’s not essential.
2. Find a safe space with plenty of room around you.
3. Set up a target (plastic bottle, soft toy, stack of toilet rolls) on a chair, table, wall or other raised surface.
4. Take 5 steps back from your target.
5. Stand side on to the target, as you would if you were passing towards a team mate in rugby.
6. Using a rugby style “pass”, try to use your ball / socks / toilet roll / paper to knock your target over.
7. You have 30 seconds (not 5 attempts as stated in the video) to knock down the target as many times as possible.
8. Try doing the above two more times, and record these scores too.

Variations for SEND pupils
S.T.E.P. Principle Variations
S- Space Move closer to the target and/or stand forward facing
T- Task Knocking over OR hitting target still counts as one successful try
E- Equipment Make the target bigger or use a bigger ball or an easy to grip item
P- People Ask and adult or sibling to support the throw or guide towards the target

Rugby: Same pass, every time!
Challenge Accepted!!

1. Grab a ball (any size or shape), pair of socks, toilet roll or rolled up paper. If you have a rugby ball or American football that is even better, but it’s not essential.
2. Find a safe space with plenty of room around you.
3. Start with your ball / socks / toilet roll / paper in two hands and throw it up in to the air as straight as possible.
4. As your ball / socks / toilet roll / paper comes back down towards you, try to ensure you are underneath it and able to catch it with both hands – ideally you don’t want to move.
5. Count how many steps you take before catching the ball / socks / toilet roll / paper.
6. You will throw your ball / socks / toilet roll / paper in to the air 5 times.
7. Add up the total number of steps you took over the 5 throws… This is your score for your first go.
8. Try doing the above two more times, and record these scores too.
9. The lowest score (least number of steps) will be your best score.
Variations for SEND pupils
S.T.E.P. Principle Variation
S- Space Use as much or as little space as you want
T-Task Throw the ball as high or as low as you want or pass to someone else
E- Equipment Try using a balloon and tap in the air
P- People Each young person is different and can complete the challenge based on their ability

Good Luck!

Please find the score card below:

Score Card Week 3

 

Well done to everyone who participated in last week’s games. Please find the results below:

Cricket School Games Challenge Results Week 2

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