Deal or No Deal Fitness can be used as a warm-up, cool-down or even as a quick filler when needed. Students love the suspense of this game!
Print the cards double sided on a 3x5 index card and choose one side to be the starting offer. Students will
Use these cards to help your students locomotor skills. Print out as flashcards or to create a bulletin board.
Use this volleyball assessment to help understand where each student is with his or her volleyball skills. Students will answer four skill related questions and end the assessment with a short journal of how they feel they are doing within the
The easy how to guide to creating your own online professional portfolio!
As educators, we tend to have portfolios that come in great sizes. Our portfolios do not consist of just a resume and references, rather we have awards we want to show off,
Interdisciplinary Studies: Physical Education and English Language Arts
This activity gives students the opportunity to create their own physical education game utilizing skills learned throughout the school year. Students also have to write a
The teambuilding and leadership workbook includes 6 journal entry topics and a couple mini-reflections, handouts and a great closure activity for any teambuilding class. Handouts include: Group Roles, Tuckman’s Stages of Group Development, and Top
Lesson Plan for teaching Levels and Speed to students in kindergarten and first grade.
By the end of the lesson, students (grades: kindergarten and first grade) will be able to verbally discuss various types of movement through demonstrating
Use this great tool as an instant activity for when students enter the gymnasium.
Students need a fitness cube and 1 or 2 dice.
Students roll the fitness cube and the die or dice. The fitness cube will tell the student what activity to do, the
This is a great instant activity for younger students as they enter the gymnasium. Have the cards spread out all over the gymnasium and when the arrive they pick up a card, complete the task and then find a new card. You can run this activity for as
Adventure activities can be hard to plan - using this template can help organize your ideas in a clearer fashion.
Page 2 includes space to include a story line.
Print the document double-sided for less things to carry to your adventure course
As physical educators having a small reference card for your lesson plans can be helpful to have in your back pocket. This card can be used to help you set up your gymnasium with the equipment list being written out and can help you remember what
Are your students working "in the field" (a behavior you appreciate)? Or do they have strikes against them?
This easy to customize document allows you to create a baseball theme class management to fit your class needs. Add your student names, cut
Use these cards to create partnerships or small groups. The downloadable PowerPoint includes 60 slides of 10 different shapes with 6 different colors and 6 different numbers.
Pass the cards out to students before creating groups once everyone has
This is a great tool to use to have your students grade their peers on a group project.
Students have 10 points (or you can choose a different point value) to distribute to their peers. Students then have to explain why they gave the grade they