• Watch a sporting event and discuss three tactics or strategies employed by the winning team with your parents.
  • Keep a family physical training log. Record when you participate in physical activity with your family.
  • TRUMP challenge. A variety of challenges based around aspects of the Key Competencies.
  • Biomechanical analysis. Get parents to take photos or videos of you performing a skill. Then analyse all of the movements and prime movers you can see working.
  • Follow a sports tournament (Super 15), Calculate a team’s winning percentage based on win/loss statistics shown in the box score section.
  • Enter and compete in an event outside of school (fun run, multisport event etc).
  • Write and design an exercise programme for a family member.
  • Watch a sporting event with your family. Break down the event until you have worked out what the main component of fitness used is. Explain the best way to train that component of fitness.
  • Do the sporting quiz on the stuff.co.nz website – http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/other-sports/6161089/Sport-2011-Sport-quiz.
  • Go to a gym and take advantage of their free trial offer with your parents.
  • Read the sporting section of the newspaper together, then graph in a pie chart the different representation of each sport 
  • Have your parents attend a sporting practice you are participating in. Get them to break down your strengths and weaknesses. Work out an action plan together to enhance your strengths and minimise your weaknesses.
  • Watch a sport on TV that you have never seen before.