Sports Ability provides activities from a variety of different game categories that assists in teaching children both general skills, and the concepts of sport.
|A bowls-type target game played at the Paralympics that is suitable for all abilities. Learn more.
|A fast and exciting Paralympic sport played in a seated position designed for players for whom standing volleyball may not be an option. Learn more.
|An exciting invasion game played at the Paralympics that introduces new challenges to both sighted and vision impaired players. Learn more.
|A modified version of table tennis, particularly useful for young people who have coordination and control impairments. Polybat can also be used to introduce younger children to table tennis.
|A variety of target games where players send an object toward a target, that can be played individually or as part of a team.
|A range of dynamic invasion games involving adapted rules and equipment that can be played either standing or seated.
|Striking, fielding, throwing and catching games that can be easily modified for a range of abilities.
What's on the Activity Cards?
- Bands of Learning
- Content Descriptions
- Skill Focus
- Learning intention
- What to do
- Equipment required
- Player questions
- How to change and modify activities
- Tips for safety