Welcome to class!
In today’s class, we’re going to explore the exciting world of jumping while keeping safety in mind. Jumping is tons of fun, but we must follow some important rules to keep ourselves safe and sound.
Simple Jump – Safety rules for jumping
Jumping is like a joyful adventure, and just like any adventure, we need rules to stay safe and have a good time.
Safety Rules for Jumping:
Warm-Up: Start with a warm-up before jumping. It helps prepare your muscles and prevents injuries. Stretch and get your body ready for action.
Safe Surface: Jump on a soft and flat surface like a mat, grass, or a carpet. Avoid hard or slippery surfaces like concrete or wet floors.
Check Your Space: Make sure you have enough space to jump safely. Remove any obstacles or toys that might be in your way.
Proper Shoes: Wear comfortable and non-slip shoes when jumping. Bare feet are okay if you’re on a soft surface.
Land Softly: When you land after a jump, bend your knees slightly to absorb the shock. Land like a feather, not like a heavy rock.
No Wild Jumps: Avoid doing wild or dangerous jumps, like somersaults, without proper supervision. Stick to safe and simple jumps.
One Jumper at a Time: If you’re jumping on a trampoline or a bouncy castle, only one person should jump at a time. Wait your turn.
Supervision: If you’re a young jumper, make sure a grown-up or responsible person is nearby to watch and help if needed.
Stay in Control: Jump within your abilities and comfort level. Don’t jump too high or too far if you’re not confident.
Have Fun Safely: Most importantly, have fun while following these rules. Safe jumping means you can jump again and again!
Today, we learned the safety rules for jumping. These rules are like your jumping buddies, making sure you have a blast while staying safe.
So, my little jumpers, always remember these rules, and let’s keep bouncing toward a healthy and happy life!
List three(3) safe surfaces for jumping. Explain why these surfaces are better for jumping than hard or slippery ones.
Why is it important to warm up before jumping? Explain how a warm-up can help prevent injuries and improve your jumping experience.
We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!
In the next class, we shall be discussing Local games – fire on the mountain.
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