Rhythm And Movement Moving To A Rhythm PE Lesson Ideas PowerPoint

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Based on NCPE, an innovative pack for planning PE lessons, this includes beautiful moving diagrams and has several alternatives available as well for variation! Perfect for when you're stuck for ideas! Tips and suggestions are also available.
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