The Moving On My Feet Poster & Puzzle was designed to help my students compare and contrast walking, jogging, running, and sprinting based on each skill’s important keys, speed, level, and force.
Although the poster provides a side-by-side overview of the four skills, the puzzle can be used to create student-led discussions as they compare and contrast the differences between each skill. Doing so helps students dive deeper into their understanding of the critical elements and movement concepts that make up each skill.
You can learn more about how I use the Moving On My Feet resource in my blog post “Comparative Thinking In Physical Education“.
🎉 Product Update (23/10/20)!
The “Moving On My Feet” Poster download now includes a distance-learning “Mix & Match” activity template that is designed to work with Seesaw. Check out the walkthrough video below to learn more:
You can also find additional information on how to set this activity up in Seesaw in this blog post: https://thephysicaleducator.com/2020/10/23/seesaw-mix-match-activities-for-physical-education/