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Boccia is very similar to the game of bocce. There is a jack, a small ball that is tossed within a 12' x 6' area which becomes the target. Each team has six hand-sized leather balls which they try to get as close as possible to the jack...
Students read the article "Disabled Skier Designs His Way to Be a Daredevil." They discuss using the questions on the lesson plan. Students create large sized baseball cards featuring competitive, disabled athletes.
From traditional sports like football and basketball to more unique or extreme sports like windsurfing, caving, or bungee jumping, your youngsters will surely get a thorough introduction to the world of sports with this lesson plan!
From archery to judo to swimming, students peruse a word find in search of Olympic-themed words. Review the list of words with the class prior to distributing.
Students identify the items and events that make adaptive sports possible. In this adaptive sports lesson, students research how accomplishments are obtained for people with disabilities. Students research different tournaments, events,...
Middle schoolers discover the origin of the modern summer Olympic Games. In this history lesson, students compare and contrast the modern and ancient Olympic Games as they create a timeline.
For this famous people worksheet, students read a selection about Oscar Pistorius and complete a variety of comprehension activities including but not limited to a synonym match, spelling, writing and sequencing activities.
Students consider the impact of the Olympic Games. In this current events lesson, students prepare for the 2006 Olympics by visiting selected websites to learn how the Olympic games began, political issues of the games, and preview the...
Students refine their spatial awareness and enhance concentration skills by guiding a blindfolded teammate through a slalom course of five cones. They tap wands to provide a clear "sound pathway" for the blind-folded player.