Teaching the Circulatory System in Physical Education: Artery vs. Vein

Teaching the Circulatory System in Physical Education: Art
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This Physical Education and Health activity can be used in the P.E. setting as well as in the Health setting. It has been used with students at the Kindergarten through Fifth grade level and can easily be modified for older students. Students work on locomotion skills, manipulative skills (throwing and catching) and dodging and fleeing along with learning Circulatory System Concepts. Artery vs. Vein also works on team building and communication skills. Students will learn about arteries, veins, deoxygenated blood, oxygenated blood and cholesterol. This activity was created by Heather Isler.
Circulatory Artery vs. Vein is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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