Good morning everyone!
Thanks for popping by my blog today!
I’m back with another PE calendar. For anyone who is new around here, my PE calendars were super popular in the first lockdown and have continued to be popular over the past few months. They’re ideal for using in class with one year group, can be used across schools (not just primary!) and can be useful for keeping remote learners moving (as we all know that bubbles are still popping!).
The calendars provide you with an active challenge a day for every day of the month. These are suitable for children of all ages and come with 3 different levels of challenge (bronze, silver, gold). As ever, they come in black and white, coloured font or full colour and are free to download!
Just as the previous few months, I’ve kept the 3 levels of challenge for the days in the week where children are in school, however with the weekend, I’ve just made one challenge! I do realise that while we can promote the use of the calendars at weekends, it’s not compulsory, but I still wanted to offer SOMETHING for a weekend… even if it’s not being as active as during the week!
(If you’ve been a long term user of these calendars, I’d love to know your thoughts on weekends… should I keep the weekend challenges? Should I go back to a physical challenge a day? Should I go back to 3 different but related challenges?)
As always, I’d love to know if this is any use to you! Feel free to download, share with parents/colleagues, put on your websites or your online learning platforms! But please don’t put this on any websites claiming them as your own – a little credit (either of my blog, my twitter @eenalol or my instagram @thisgeordieteaches) goes a long long way! Please spread the love and share this as far and as wide as you wish!