A neat reference chart designed by the Canadian Intramural Recreation Council of Ontario to help with adapting sports for individuals with disabilities.
Here are some good activities you can try with your kindergarten and developmentally handicapped students. K-1
This is a good way to improve hand-eye coordination.
Robin Olberding from Ames, Iowa submitted this fun fitness activity. Grades 4-8.
Here’s a great idea to use with adapted PE students submitted by Joan Conklin, Port Chester, New York.
These are good activities for the Physically Impaired and Profound Mentally Handicapped child. Submitted by Glynn Rivierer, Seminole County Schools, Florida.
Here’s an idea for integrating a children’s book into a fun K-3 activity. Submitted by Denise Schiavone, Fontana, California.
Three ideas (two for parachutes and one tag game) for K-3 kids. Submitted by Martha Larson, Arlington, Virginia.
Several ideas for teaching square dance for K-8 students in wheelchairs/walkers. Submitted by Tim deForest, Holland, Michigan.
A collection of dances and great teacher tips for implementing this unit for grades 5-12. Submitted by Jan Standlea, Portland, Oregon.