Winter Wonderland Workout
In this one-time class, students will learn vocabulary relating to winter activities while stretching, moving and exercising.
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This class is designed for students to be actively engaged in movement while learning new vocabulary about winter activities. This is called "Total physical response", which matches movement with new vocabulary words. A winter wonderland scenario will be shared using slides. Students will be able to read the instructions and mirror the actions of the instructor. By copying the actions they will learn the new stretches, exercises and any new vocabulary words quickly. Students will also discuss...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn a series of exercises relating to winter activities. They will be engaged in a warm up with stretches and then begin an exercise circuit with several different types of exercises meant to get them moving.
Ms. Graf is an NCCP Level 1 certified gymnastics coach and a certified teacher in Ontario, Canada.
A water bottle Comfortable clothes for physical activity Adequate footwear for physical activity (running shoes if possible) A proper workout space (enough room to move arms and legs without bumping into anything)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students should be prepared to run on the spot, jump, stretch and do yoga poses. You will need an open workout space (enough room to move arms and legs without bumping into anything), proper footwear, and a water bottle. Students will engage in adequate stretching and a warm-up as part of the lesson. Injuries can occur if students are not properly supervised during physical activity, therefore parental supervision is required for this lesson.
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17 total reviews
29 completed classes
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