All teaching staff who took part in the study were provided with a manual during training (see S1 File for the manual used in study 3) which included (i) what FMS are and why they are important, (ii) instructions on what materials were needed (25 beanbags, a tape measure or a metre ruler and chalk or electrical tape) (iii) how to run and score each activity, and (iv) score sheets for each activity. Score sheets asked teachers to record additional demographic information including gender, dominant hand and a judgement for teachers to make prior to testing as to whether they believed each child had motor difficulties. Researchers conducting fidelity check used a checklist which was used to evaluate how accurately teachers implemented FUNMOVES (see S2 File for the fidelity checklist used in study 3).

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