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  • Teaching and Assessing Power Standards High School

    Teaching & Assessing PE Power Standards (Grades 9-10)


    Teaching & Assessing PE Power Standards distills State PE Standards and NASPE recommendations into a concise, teachable, and easy to implement curriculum guide.  There are 12 standards per grade level.  Each edition contains games, activities, worksheets, checklists, posters and more!

  • The Great Games Handbook

    The Great Games Handbook (K-8)

    5.00 out of 5

    The Great Games Handbook for Elementary Physical Education is packed with over 200 pages of the most creative and resourceful skill-based games your students will ever play!

  • Outside The Box

    Physical Education: Outside the Box (Grades K-12)


    K-12 Curriculum Incentives for the NEW Physical Education is the product of 60+ years of teaching and supervising K-12 physical education programs. Written by Bud and Sue Turner, this is the latest book of this husband and wife writing team. The ideas in this new text offer a library of planned, purposeful, and exciting activities aimed at motivating all students.

  • Sport Stacking Guide

    Sport Stacking: The Cup Stacking Resource Guide (Grades K-12)


    This one-of-a-kind sport stacking resource comes complete with the “how-to’s,” numerous games and activities, time saving student worksheets, and individual task cards. Written by noted elementary PE teacher, Jim Ross.

  • Game Creations

    Games Creations! Great Games for Grades 4-9


    What happens if you mix one motivated junior high physical education teacher with 90 excitable 8th graders? You get Game Creations! You find loads of alternative indoor and outdoor games, fun warm up activities, and new ideas for teaching. The games in this book are great for upper elementary to high school!

  • Pedometer Power

    Pedometer Power – 2nd Edition (Grades K-12 & College)


    The best-selling Pedometer Power is back—updated and expanded with 65 thoroughly field-tested and exciting pedometer activities to motivate participants to become more physically active.

  • Fun and Games

    Fun and Games: 100 Sport-Related Activities (Grades K-12)


    This book contains a range of warm-up ideas, games, skill practices and sport-specific activities to motivate children and encourage active participation. The games use only common sport equipment and are supported by easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations. Useful in both planning and providing physical education lessons and recreational experiences, this book makes it easy to create a varied and exciting program.

  • Complete Guide to Sports Education

    Complete Guide to Sport Education (Grades 4-12)


    Complete Guide to Sport Education will help your students keep children active. It offers theory and application for games, sports, and fitness activities. The teacher resources make it easy to prepare for, administer, and assess the program.

  • International Games

    International Games (Grades 5-12)


    You can find many books that build the motor skills that kids need to succeed in a variety of physical activities and sports. But not many books open kids’ eyes to the cultures and traditions of other countries, giving them a greater appreciation for and understanding of the world around them at the same time.

    International Games: Building Skills Through Multicultural Play features 65 games from 32 countries. The games build players’ physical skills while increasing their cultural awareness, so they focus on the similarities between people no matter where they come from.

  • Teaching Sport Concepts and Skills

    Teaching Sport Concepts and Skills – Includes DVD (Grades 6-12)


    Teaching Sport Concepts and Skills: A Tactical Games Approach (2nd edition) contains 245 actual lessons for popular team sports (basketball, soccer, volleyball, softball), individual sports (badminton, tennis, golf, bowling), and fun international sports (lacrosse, rugby, cricket). Based on a reflective coaching model called the “Tactical Games Approach,” your students will be more successful, active, and self-motivated as they learn these winning game tactics and strategies. This book explains how to apply this approach through ready-to-use lessons to help you do it!

  • Fitness for Life

    Fitness for Life – 5th Edition (Grades 6-12)


    Fitness for Life, the original and best-selling middle and high school textbook for teaching lifelong health and fitness, just got better. Authors Charles B. Corbin and Ruth Lindsey raised the bar several notches for middle and high school fitness texts, retaining the strengths from their previous edition and adding numerous new features and enhancements.

  • Physical Best Activity Guide

    Physical Best Activity Guide (Grades 6-12)


    This revised activity guide provides a comprehensive collection of health-related physical fitness activities. More than 50 activities that cover aerobic fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. The new edition offers exciting, teacher-tested activities to help rejuvenate existing programs or develop new programs that encourage lifelong participation in health-related physical activity.

  • Interdisciplinary Teaching Through Outdoor Education

    Interdisciplinary Teaching Through Outdoor Education (Grades 6-12)


    Interdisciplinary Teaching Through Outdoor Education provides teachers and recreation and outdoor leaders with outdoor activities as well as the expertise to expand students’ understanding of the outdoors and develop their character. Units are included for challenge initiatives that don’t require a ropes course, frontcountry camping, backcountry camping, outdoor cooking techniques, land navigation, casting and angling, and archery. Also discussed are rock climbing and canoeing and kayaking.

  • Character Building Activities

    Character-Building Activities (Grades 6-12)


    Preteens and teens need help in acquiring the social skills to appropriately handle challenging situations. Without those skills, a minor disagreement can often escalate into a physical confrontation. And that’s where Character-Building Activities: Teaching Responsibility, Interaction, and Group Dynamics comes in…

  • It's Not Just Gym Anymore

    It’s Not Just Gym Anymore – Teaching Secondary School Students (Grades 9-12)


    Learn how to get kids more involved in their physical education classes’ and how to get them to stay active beyond high school! In It’s Not Just Gym Anymore, national high school physical education teacher of the year Bane McCracken shows you how to develop a program that prepares students to be physically active after they graduate…

  • Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary PE

    Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education – 2nd Edition (Grades 9-12)


    Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education, Second Edition, is a gold mine for physical education teachers. The new units in the book not only reflect the current standards in physical education; but they also help you make physical education fun for students. Use Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education, Second Edition, to provide the highest-quality programming for your students and turn kids on to physical education.