Problem solve, positive, relief, happy, organisation, resilience, solution, risk
tasker, confidence, thinking, skills, self-esteem, pressure, experiences, brain,
perseverance, teamwork, growth mindset, coping, strategies, character
Discussion question: Ask the children what teamwork means to them. Talk to the
children about the roles and responsibilities needed to shape a successful team and
how these can be applied to the lesson.
Can they provide an example of a successful team and the reasons why?
Active learning: Children will compete in a team challenge to motivate each other
and to raise their heart rate ahead of the main activity. Provide each group with a small ball and see how many passes they can complete in 30 seconds, then 20 seconds and then 10 seconds. Ask children to keep a track of their scores to compare.
Using the same team challenge cards as the previous week (week 5).
Keep the children in the same group as last week and ask all children to sit down in a
small area in the middle of the hall. Encourage children to watch quietly and observe
their classmates undergo the challenges (creating an atmosphere).
Each group will attempt the challenge in front of each other, for the teacher to record
their scores and input them into a leader board.
The group with the best scores at the end of the session (at the top of the leader
board) are the winners!
Explain the rules of the competition: