Physical education activities
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Minute to Win It Challenges - PE teacher Lindsay Karp shares these challenges that are fun, team orientated, and focused on a variety of skills.These are great for any health, wellness, and fitness related units. #physed
👆 Make sure to check out the Arcade for awesome video content. I used to have a love/hate relationship with Four Square. I loved it because virtually every age group could play to
Kirsten saved to SOAR Physical Education
Thanks to PE teacher Lindsay Karp for sharing this Catapult game from her Health & Wellness Week! This activity allows students to learn various fitness components. #physed
PE teacher Kash Aleem shares his creative idea for his new Four Square Hula Hoop PE activity!
PE teacher Frank Petras shares with us his activity idea for PE class! Roller Ball is a game that really focuses on improving a student’s cardiovascular endurance as well as their throwing/rolling accuracy.
This year, one of the most popular holiday PE games was “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”. Children love playing in the snow, and why not have some of that
Michelle Fisk saved to Games
Fun Games for children
Brainy Activities saved to Brain Games
A nice way to play social distanced without touching the object
Wanda Terral saved to Education / Classroom
13 Indoor Recess Activities for Kids | If you’re looking for fun classroom ideas to get your kids moving on snowy and rainy days, these brain break ideas will inspire you! Perfect for kids in preschool, kindergarten, elementary school, and middle school, we’ve included a mix of gross motor activities, learning stations ideas, team building games, and other classroom games and movement activities to keep your students engaged and help them blow off steam. #indoorrecess #brainbreaks
Tricia Epperson saved to Back to school
Throughout the next few weeks the students will be participating in a 100 second physical activity challenge. They are loving this activity. Next year I will use this chart earlier in the school year so the students can measure their personal growth in physical fitness throughout the entire year. I will also use it for goal setting.
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