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Staying Healthy - Exercise
We do PE and Games at school to help us to keep fit.

Staying Healthy - Exercise

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with staying healthy and the importance of exercise.

Staying healthy can be lots of fun. Do you play lots of games and sports? Do you go for walks with your family? Or do you spend all your time in front of the telly? Or playing on the computer? It is important that we all get plenty of exercise if we want to stay healthy. That’s why we have Games and PE at school. Let’s find out a bit more about getting exercise, having fun and, more importantly, keeping fit.

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1.
Lots of people play football, rugby, hockey and cricket. These sports are called:
Athletics
Gymnastics
Team Games
School Games
Are you a good team player? What makes a good team player?
2.
Where can you go outside of school to have fun and keep fit?
Shops
Restaurants
Cinemas
Playgrounds
Where is your nearest playground?
3.
Which one of these is the best way to keep fit?
Watching telly
Playing on a computer
Going for a walk
Reading a book
How many people are going for a walk in the picture?
4.
Swimming is a good way to keep fit. Which muscles is the boy using when he is swimming?
His leg muscles
His arm muscles
His neck muscles
All his muscles
Do you like swimming?
5.
What game is this girl playing?
Tig
Hopscotch
Hide and seek
Oranges and lemons
Which games do you play in the school playground?
6.
At school you might have PE lessons. What does PE stand for?
Personal Education
Positive Education
Popular Education
Physical Education
How often do you have PE at school?
7.
What are the children using in their PE lesson?
Rackets
Bats
Hula hoops
Skipping ropes
Have you ever tried to hula hoop? How long could you keep the hula hoop spinning?
8.
What sort of exercise is this?
Running
Walking
Gymnastics
Volleyball
Running uses up more energy than walking
9.
Dance is a good way to stay fit and healthy. Which one of these is a type of dance?
Badminton
Ballet
Basketball
Netball
Do you do dance? What sort is it?
10.
What has the teacher asked the children to do?
Run on the spot
Do press-ups
Stretch and bend
Twist and spin
What is your favourite exercise?
Author:  David Bland

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