Maximising hand-eye coordination in sport
In this lesson, we will continue to develop hand-eye coordination, incorporating other sporting equipment. We will apply this to net games, focusing primarily on tennis. Using visual input to guide arm movements we will learn how to produce some basic strokes. Please note this lesson will require some physical exercise and additional equipment, beyond a pen, pencil or paper, to fully participate. Parents and carers are responsible for ensuring that children follow the correct safety advice provided at the start of this lesson and the instructions the teacher gives during the lesson. Parents and carers are responsible for supervising activities where required and for seeking medical advice in advance if your child has a medical condition that may prevent them taking part in physical activity.
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Lesson summary: Maximising hand-eye coordination in sport
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