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Summary

  1. Children use their Enrich interactive map to locate a series of interactive control markers.
  2. When they locate a marker, they use a digital devuce to scan the QR code on the marker to activate a short video clip.
  3. This demonstrates how to do a short exercise routine. They complete the routine and then progress on to another marker.
  4. As they complete the trail, children record information on an activity sheet.
  5. They use these activity sheets to map their progress in fitness and stamina as they repeat the trail over a number of weeks.

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Activity Plan
Fitness Trail

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Activity Sheet
Fitness Trail 1

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Activity Sheet
Fitness Trail 2

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Summary

  1. Children play in small teams. Two teams play against each other.
  2. They try to sink each other’s battleships by identifying their locations, using six-figure grid references from their Enrich Orienteering Maps.
  3. When they successfully identify the location of a battleship, they record marker number to show that they have sunk it.

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Battleships Orienteering
(6 Figure Grid References)
Activity Plan

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Battleships Orienteering
(6 Figure Grid References)
Activity Sheet

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Summary

  1. Children play in small teams. Two teams play against each other.
  2. They try to sink each other’s battleships by identifying their locations, using four-figure grid references from their Enrich Orienteering Maps.
  3. When they successfully identify the location of a battleship, they record the marker number to show that they have sunk it.

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Battleships Orienteering
4 Figure Grid References
Activity Plan

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Battleships Orienteering
4 Figure Grid References
Activity Sheet

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Summary

  1. Split the children into small groups and provide them with quipment that represents a fox, a chicken and some grain
  2. Set out a large area with a starining point and a finish point at either end. Children must transport the items one at a time from the start to the finish point. The stipulation is that the fox can not be left with the chicken and the chicken can not be left with the grain

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Fox, Chicken and
Grain Activity Plan

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Summary

  1. Children will be put into small teams.
  2. Each group will be given an Enrich School Orienteering Map with a range of control marker numbers clearly highlighted.
  3. One child in the group will position them seleves in an central location and then direct other member of the group to run to their highlighted control markers. Once there the children retrive the required information from the control marker.

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Orbit Orienteering
Activity Plan

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Summary

  1. Children work in a small grouop to plan a circuit which starts/finishes at one of the markers and incorporates several other markers.
  2. The size of their circuit should add up to 1 mile when completed a set number of times.
  3. They must measure the size of potential circuits by measuring the distance in cm between individual markers on their Enrich School Orienteering map and then converting this to metres, using the scale on their map.

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Daily Mile Activity Plan

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Activity Plan
Orienteering

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
1st Number Course

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
2nd Number Course

.pdf114 KB

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
3rd Number Course

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
4th Number Course

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
1st Letter Course

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
2nd Letter Course

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
3rd Letter Course

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Activity Sheet
Orienteering
4th Letter Course

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Summary

  1. Each team must work cooperatively and communicate effectively to find suitable materials that can protect their egg from cracking.
  2. At the end children will drop the egg to see if it cracks or not.

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Activity Plan
Ultimate Egg Drop

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Summary

  1. Each team will try to swap places so that all red bibs are next to each other, and all blue bibs are next to each other.
  2. Children must work cooperatively and communicate effectively.
  3. The activity can be extended so that children are using a minimal amount of moves.

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Activity Plan
Two by Four

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  1. Teams will be placed on one side.
  2. They must work together to swap sides with another team following the rules of the game.

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Activity Plan
Traffic Jam

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