This is a versatile PE and playground resource which can easily be adapted to your play/sports area and is Exclusive to TTS!
Comprising 9 'Holes', it can be arranged like a golf course, with long and short holes, or as a target range, using all or some of the targets.
10 frisbees are included but all sorts of balls, foam frisbees or bean bags could be used depending on the age and ability of the children or the school setting.
Each target has a strong plastic base that can be filled with water or sand for greater stability, we recommend you fill the bases.
The Frisbee Target Course also comes with 9 pole and 9 large removable hoop targets which are 60 cm in diameter. Each target comes with numbered (1-9) Velcro flags.
The height of the poles can easily be reduced from their 160cm height for younger children or to vary the task. Simply cut to the desired height. Your pupils will no doubt make their own games to fully utilise every opportunity!
Pack consists of:
9 x bases which can be filled with sand or water (or both)
9 x poles (which can be cut down easily to suite your preference)
9 x target rings
9 x numbered flags - 5 blue and 4 red
10 x Frisbees - 5 blue and 5 red
Hear what the experts say...
Mr Dave Lewis from Portsmouth Junior School: "I loved this one, and it certainly proved very popular at sports day. A set of flags, numbered one to nine, is included and can be used as a scoring system - e.g. with one being the closest target and nine the furthest away. We awarded half points for hitting the post, which was great for getting the children to practice adding halves or decimals. We've wanted to teach Frisbee for years but were worried about the safety aspect of children throwing them to each other. Using the Target Course there's no receiver but there's still an objective. All in all, it's great, safe, fun!"
Ways to use this equipment
A Frisbee golf game - How many throws can you get round in
Who can get closest to the target
Maths game - Using the numbers on the flags for simple adding and subtracting games
Fitness and Speed trial - Who can get around the course in the quickest time
Simple target game
Use as a netball or basketball passing target
Use with other equipment like beanbags and balls to test different throwing techniques
Why not set up a Quidditch pitch, children will have great fun making their own rules up for this magical sport!
23 Feb 2016
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