A great series of short instructional units (Ekidens, a community-building Japanese relay; ideas for encouraging walking; high interest basketball relays/circuits) for grades K-5. Submitted by Michelle Bonura, Farmingville, NY.
A great collection of four great games for grades K-5. Submitted by Lois Fahrman, West Fargo, North Dakota.
Three great games designed to help students in grades 3-6 understand basic basketball strategies (ex: protecting the ball from a defender). Submitted by Mark DeBlois, Arlington, Virginia. 3-6
A unique high-interest softball game for grades 4-6. Submitted by Cathie Feese, Iola, Kansas and
Kitty Greiner, Dubois, Pennsylvania.
Here are two basketball activities for grades 4-6. Submitted by Rick Anferson, Kalispell, Montana.
A fun tagging and agility games for grades 3-5. Submitted by Mary Draper, Port Huron, Michigan.
Here are some good lead-up games for grades 5-8. Submitted by Jerry Scicchitano, Newport News, Virginia.
A fun frisbee game for grades 4-6. Submitted by Gary Parks, Alexandria, Virginia.
A basketball lead-up games for grades 4-6. Submitted by Tony DeGregorio, Herdon, Virginia.
Here’s a great “March Madness” activity to share with your students. This lesson was developed to help our stu- dents practice and improve their basic basketball dribbling skills.