Capture animals with Hula Hoops.
A fun tag and fleeing variation perfect for indoors!
Hula hoop your way around the course for a good workout!
By Larry Satchwell
This lesson was developed as a fun way to incorporate more fitness into our high school program. By rotating clockwise and counterclockwise (explained below), our students workout with varying skill level partners. Using this design has pro- vided increased fitness levels by all of our students!
By Rob Enloe
An introductory jump-rope unit complete with diagrams and printables developed by National Elementary PE Teacher of the Year, John Smith.
Practice what you teach! What better way to educate your students on recycling than to turn yesterday’s old newspaper into today’s fitness props. Turn “old news” into a new game! By Carlos Masis.
Fitness card game
Set-Up: Create an assortment of “Islands” (mats) in the designated playing area. Each Island has its own special fruit (balls, beanbags, other items) growing on it. For example, Islands may have a pile of coconuts (foam balls), mangoes (green beanbags), strawberries (red yarnballs), or such items. Select 3-4 students to be the Sharks (designated by […]