eChalk Preview: Physical Education
Learn the names of the different bones in the human skeleton with this drag 'n' drop labelling exercise. Includes a worksheet. (worksheet)
Learn where the major muscle groups of the body are located with this labelling exercise.
An animation that shows how the biceps and triceps work together in order to flex and straighten the arm.
An animation illustrating what happens when we breathe in and out.
A labelling activity that will help you to understand the different regions of a lung capacity chart or spirometer.
Label the parts of the respiratory system. This resource also contains a diagram of alveoli. (worksheet)
A sequence of animations showing the means by which we get oxygen from the air into our blood and carbon dioxide out of our blood into the air.
A Venn diagram activity to introduce your pupils to the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
A drag and drop activity in which pupils are required to construct the word equations of aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
This beautiful animation shows your pupils how the chambers and valves of the heart function in order to pump blood around the body. This resource includes an animated schematic of the circulatory system. The interactive labels provide you with a number of class activities for teaching your pupils the structure of the heart.
Do you know the major causes of death? You might be surprised. This resource is a useful ice-breaker to start your pupils thinking about health issues.
Play this quiz game to make sure you know the key vocabulary used when discussing fitness.
Match the training method to the correct definition. Simple!
Most skills are not totally closed or totally open but fall somewhere in between the two extremes. In this activity you must decide where different skills should be placed on a value line.
Use this tool to conduct a beep test and keep track of progress. When you've finished you can plug the results into our VO2Max calculator.
An addictive reaction test with loads of uses for practical work. Find out your reaction speed and whether it changes when you're tired, hungry or buzzing on coffee.
Set up different driving conditions and see how your thinking and stopping distances are affected. You can select the weather and the condition of your car. You can even decide if you are sleepy or drunk!
To play this game you need to know about different types of doping, how it affects performance and the possible side-effects.
How much do you know about common sporting conditions and injuries such as hyperthermia, cramp, winding, shock or concussion? In this game you must choose the correct symptom, cause and treatment to match the condition shown at the top of the screen.
Test your knowledge of injuries in sport. Who knows, this stuff could come in handy one day!
Would you know what to do in an emergency? Use this informative resource to make sure you do!
The ideal resource for analysing the game and explaining team tactics to your squad.
If you're playing a game or a quiz and you need to keep score for several teams then this is the tool for you. Choose between a number of themes: 'Alien abduction', 'In your face' and 'Snail race'.
A new improved timer that now includes a countdown timer as well as a standard timer. Some of the alarm sounds are not for those of sensitive disposition. The time is given in Hours, minutes, seconds and hundredths of a second. Handy for timed tests, exams and activities.
A digital assistant that keeps an eye on your class on those rare occasions when you have to pop out.