Sport Relief | Free Early Years & Primary Teaching Resources (EYFS & KS1)

Sport Relief

This section contains a collection of early years resources and activity plans designed to be used in conjunction with the Sport Relief charitable campaign. They include plans on how you can create a sponsored dance-athon, obstacle course and/or a sponsored crawl and wiggle. The resources touch upon many areas of learning and by participating your school or early years setting can help raise money for a wonderful cause.

In the last two years, the money raised by Sport Relief has made a positive difference to the lives of thousands of people both in the UK and across the world’s poorest communities. In particular it has helped to enable over 189,000 children to attend school and over 734,000 children to be given life-saving vaccines. It has also helped 16,500 people access support to improve their mental health and it has provided funding for 23 projects that support people living with dementia.

All of these resources have been created by the Sport Relief team and are free to download. You will also find some audio / video resources to support these printable resources on the Sport Relief website.

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Sport Relief 2016: Bumpy’s Crawl


Sport Relief 2016: Hide & Sheep Activity


Sport Relief 2016: Learn About Jinnat


Sport Relief 2016: Poster, Bucket Label & Stickers


Sport Relief 2016: Recipes For Tummy Time


Sport Relief 2016: Sheeplechase Activity


Sport Relief 2016: Sheepstake Poster


Sport Relief 2016: Shimmy With Timmy Activity


Sport Relief 2016: Sponsorship Form, Pay in Slip & Letter to Parents


Sport Relief 2016: Well Done Certificate


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