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    October 17, 2015

    Creating a Quality Physical Literacy Experience (Part 2/3)

    By: Dr Dean Kriellaars & Sport for Life

    These are a series of short videos (one to six minutes duration) designed to help you create a quality physical literacy experience for your participants in your practice or programs. Each video focuses on key components to assist you in understanding physical literacy and how it is important to consider in your programming implementation. Supplementary information and resources are provided after each video.

    For Part 1 of the series, click here!

    #4 Physical Literacy & Fundamental Movement Skills
    This video describes how the basic land based movement skills (FMS) fit into the overall movement vocabulary of a person, and to physically literacy as a whole.



    Supplemental InformationMovement Vocabulary
    FMS and Movement Vocabulary
    #5 Physical Literacy – A Journey
    Each person has a unique physical literacy journey that we help to create by supplying a QPLE.



    Supplemental Information
    Gateway to Active Participation
    The Physical Literacy Journey
    #6 Physical Literacy, Fitness and Physical Activity
    It is essential not to equate the terms physical literacy, fitness and physical activity.



    Supplemental Information 
    Movement Vocabulary Highlight



    Source: Steve Nash Youth Basketball Blog http://ift.tt/1PyAYCo
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