1. Balls are lots of fun to play with and they’re very easy to make. You can create balls of different sizes and weights using a variety of materials – including paper, plastic, cloth and natural fibres. You can use almost anything – it’s up to your creativity and imagination.

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  2. Wooden bats can be used to play a variety of games and sports. Batting helps to improve hand-eye coordination and it can incorporate other activities such as running. Wooden bats are quite easy to make – you just need to make sure you have the right tools.

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  3. The discus throw is a track and field event where athletes try to throw a heavy disc further than their competitors. It’s an ancient sport that features in modern Olympic Games. Historians have dated discus back to at least to 708 BC.

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  4. Hurdling is an athletics event where competitors race one another by running and jumping over the barriers as fast as possible. In international competitions, hurdles can vary in height around 70 - 100cm. Heights for children will depend on their age and average height.

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  5. The javelin is very similar to a spear. Javelin throwing is a track and field event.
    The athlete who throws the javelin the farthest is deemed the winner. The thrower gains momentum by running and launching the javelin from a defined area.

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UNICEF Indonesia - Gearing Up - Sports for Development

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This series of instructional videos showcases the innovative work being done by physical education teachers in Indonesia.
"Gearing Up" is part of a UNICEF and British Council program to improve the delivery of sports and games to children across the…


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This series of instructional videos showcases the innovative work being done by physical education teachers in Indonesia.
"Gearing Up" is part of a UNICEF and British Council program to improve the delivery of sports and games to children across the world.
The videos have been developed along with a booklet to encourage teachers to learn how to make inexpensive equipment out of locally-available materials.
It's also designed to provide inspiration for the teachers to develop their own ideas that suit the needs of the schools and children.

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