Athletics

Athletics

Athletics is an Individual Pursuit activity. In this type of activity, participants learn about and practise monitoring their own behaviour, movements and physical expenditure.

The activities identified below are the most applicable PlaySport activities in relation to supporting the development of skills and strategies needed for this activity. Expand your search.

Circuit Circus

Participants learn about and practise the components of physical activity as they explore different types of fitness-themed stations.

Keep It Clean!

Participants learn about and practise fitness activities while collecting objects from the centre of the activity area.

Fitness Card Fun

Participants practise a variety of fitness activities and learn about how participation in these activities can contribute to overall physical health.

Elbow to Elbow

Participants learn a variety of fitness activities and how participation in these activities can contribute to overall physical health.

Have You Ever?

Participants learn about and practise a variety of fitness activities by responding to physical activity-related questions. Participants learn how participation in these activities can contribute to overall physical health.

More Tag Games!

Participants learn about and practise moving around an activity area safely while avoiding getting tagged by the opponent.

Tag Games

Participants learn about and practise moving around an activity area safely while trying to tag others or trying to avoid getting tagged by their opponents.

Word Scramble

Participants will learn about and practise working in a group to create as many words as possible while performing a variety of fitness activities.

Even More Tag Games

Participants learn about and practise moving around an activity area safely while trying to tag others or trying to avoid getting tagged by their opponents.

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Snake Toss

Target Games

Participants learn about and practise sending an object farther than their group members. This activity is inspired by a game with First Nation origins. It is a modification of a Haudenosaunee game called Snow Snake.

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