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Health and physical education / Year 1 and 2 / Movement and Physical Activity / Learning through movement

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Curriculum content descriptions

Use strategies to work in group situations when participating in physical activities (ACPMP030)

Elaborations
  • working cooperatively with a partner when practising new skills
  • describing and demonstrating how to include others in physical activity
  • suggesting and trialling how a game can be changed so that everyone can be involved
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Cooperation,  Recreation,  Group dynamics,  Physical activity

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Playing for life activity cards (F-2)

The cards include a variety of games designed to develop the skills of a range of sports and to encourage children to have fun and get active by focusing on skills not drills. The activities are based on the Game Sense approach, with the objective to develop in school-aged children a love of physical activity that will ...

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Toy clockwork car, 1906

This is a tin toy car that was manufactured from tin plate by Georges Carette and Co in Germany in 1906. The toy features an early automotive body style reminiscent of a horsedrawn vehicle. It has carriage lamps next to the windscreen, no doors, a coal scuttle-shaped louvred bonnet and large artillery wheels with solid ...

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Pull-along toy horse, 1875-1900

This is a pull-along toy horse made in Germany sometime between 1870 and 1900. The horse is in a walking position and has been placed on a moulded timber platform that is inset with four cast-iron spoked wheels. The body is covered in brown-and-white animal skin, probably calf hide. The horse has a silver mane and tail, ...

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Meccano aeroplane kit, 1930s

This is a Meccano toy aeroplane construction kit comprising: an assembled model of a seaplane; various disassembled parts; a packaging box; an information booklet; and two decorated tins - one open containing screws and one closed. The roundels and fin stripes of the assembled model are painted in the colours of the Royal ...

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Hand-decorated toy boxes containing blocks and plastic toys, 1955-60

These two toy boxes, made in Australia between 1955 and 1960, have hinged lids and are used to store wooden blocks and toys. Both are decorated with handmade collages of images from women's magazines. The boxes are made of timber with some of the surfaces finished in bright enamel colours including red, purple, pink, turquoise ...

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Chauviere bisque fashion doll with accessories, 1870-80

This female bisque fashion doll with clothing and accessories was designed and made by Edouard Chauviere of France at some stage between 1870 and 1880. It features a bisque head and shoulder plate with a white kid body. The doll has moulded blonde hair, blue glass eyes, red painted lips, black painted eyelashes and a pair ...

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Nomura Toys 'Century Hot Rod', 1950s

This friction-operated tin-printed toy vehicle is a two-seat roadster, with a large engine bay and engine, which is exposed without a bonnet. It was made by Nomura Toys in Japan during the 1950s. The engine is particularly detailed while a pair of oversized engine rockers sit prominently on top. The car has tin-printed ...

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Prize-winning doll, 1870-79

This is a female doll with a wax head and shoulder plate, blue glass eyes and painted facial features, inset with blonde human hair. The torso, upper arms and legs are made from cloth. The lower arms and legs are made from composition wood pulp and glue. The doll is dressed in a fine white cotton pintucked calf-length dress ...

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Early Barbie doll with clothes and accessories, 1962-67

This is an early Barbie doll pictured with handmade and commercial clothes and accessories from about 1962 to 1967. The doll was manufactured by Mattel Corporation, USA, from plastic, and is 295 mm in height.

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Tin-plate doll's house by Mettoy Playthings, c1953

This is a doll's house consisting of a five-room main dwelling of two storeys, with a single-storey garage attached to it. It was manufactured from metal by English firm Mettoy Playthings at some stage between 1953 and 1954.

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Toy rocket, 1950

This is a toy rocket manufactured in 1950 from tinplate by Einfalt, in Nuremberg, West Germany. The rocket is painted in cream, red and white. Paint in the colours of blue and white creates the impression of glass windows. There is a friction motor within that makes the two wheels underneath move so that the rocket is mobile. ...

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Tipp toy racing car, 1932-39

This is a toy left-hand-drive racing car made of tin plate with tin-printed details and tab-and-slot construction. The toy was manufactured by Tipp and Co in Germany sometime between 1932 and 1939. Tin-printed details include exhaust extractors from the engine, a radiator and a belt across the long bonnet. The wheels are ...

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Billycart, 1950-70

This is a billycart manufactured from wood, metal and rubber in Australia at some stage between 1950 and 1970. The chassis is made from wood, and the central axis is a wooden plank. A wooden crate, cut down to four sides, forms the cabin and seat. A brown hessian bag has been draped over the back of the crate. Stuck on ...

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Handpainted Kathe Kruse doll, c1930

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Shipbuilder's model of SS South Bulli, 1913

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Yulunga: tabud nuri

A game of tag observed being played on Mabuiag Island in the Torres Strait by Margaret Lawrie. It is a group activity that is suitable for younger players. Players in a line coil and uncoil like a snake before a player is chased by other players, who attempt to touch (catch) him or her. The Yulunga: Traditional Indigenous ...

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Yulunga: koolchee

This ball-throwing and hitting game was played by the Diyari people from near Lake Eyre in South Australia. The balls were called koolchee. The balls used were as round as possible and were usually about 8–10 centimetres in diameter. Gypsum, sandstone, mud, or almost any material that was easy to work was used to make the ...

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Yulunga: mer kolap

This object-throwing game was observed being played in the Torres Strait on Mer Island in the nineteenth century. More recent versions have been observed. This version of an object-throwing game is a relay event. The Yulunga: Traditional Indigenous Games resource was developed to provide all Australians with a greater understanding ...

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Yulunga: sanbaing

In parts of Papua New Guinea and the Torres Strait Islands players of both genders were observed playing a game of sand-ball throwing. It required a great deal of expertise to perform successfully and was often played all day. Players make ‘bombs’ out of sand and throw (lob) them into the water. The Yulunga: Traditional ...