The object of the game is for the student to throw three balls at each of the target cones so that the balls roll to a stop creating a block, or fort, around the cone. A student without a disability is seated on a chair next to the student using the ramp and positioned to throw at the jack ball. The student using the ramp has two balls, and the student seated in the chair has one.
Whenever you put sequences of exercises together, in other words, whenever you teach a water fitness class, you are creating choreography. Nevertheless, even if you prefer other styles of choreography, it is worthwhile to practice spontaneous choreography occasionally. Pyramid choreography, add-on choreography, the layer technique, and block choreography are techniques that use patterns and repetition to help you remember what your plan is.
The Guilford College press release started by stating, “Jack Jensen, who taught and coached at Guilford for 45 years, died suddenly March 28 after returning from a collegiate golf tournament. Coach Jensen came to Guilford to coach basketball. In 1977 Coach Jensen added golf to his coaching responsibilities.
Have every player make a leaf-shaped cutout with an activity written on it (e.g., jumping jacks, wall sit, toe touches). Divide the class into teams of five, and have every team line up. As you call out winter words (e.g., snow, snowflake, winter, cold, ski, skate), players try to form each letter with their bodies.