I’ve posted on this topic before, but this is the ideal time of year to incorporate playground games into your lessons, which the children can them play outside.
A short trawl through the internet, and youtube, should supply you with some ideas for skipping rhythms and ball games.
Here’s a vintage film to get you started for skipping:
Now all you need is a long skipping rope and someone to help turn it. Once everyone has learned a couple of rhythms, you can divide them up into groups to create their own rhymes. Pulse, rhythm, movement, coordination and composition. Oh, and fun and exercise too!