Here are some ideas on how to warm-up your class. Submitted for grades 3-5 by Julie Wolfe, Andover, Kansas.
Here’s a great large group activity for grades 4-6. Submitted by James Lavin, Cumbria, England, and Neil Williams, Willimantic, Connecticut.
Here is a good way integrate Valentine’s Day and physical education for grades K-2. Submitted by Kate Davis, Newnan, Georgia.
Here are four neat problem-solving games for grades K-5 using playing cards, chips, and foam dice. Submitted by Cindy Wright and Joe Mushock, Auburn, New York.
An interesting fitness activity for grades 4-8. Submitted by Jan Finck, Maumee, Ohio.
A cardiovascular fitness activity for grades K-3. Submitted by Vicki Bauer and Lisa Asman, West Orange, New Jersey.
An exciting fitness idea for grades 3-12. Submitted by Angie Cyr, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
A teacher tip for a neat nutrition education (food pyramid) activity for grades K-5. Submitted by Judy Blum, Willowbrook, Illinois.
A neat health/science projects for grades K-5. Submitted by Julia Marsh, Topeka, Kansas.
Two neat academic games for K-3 students. One is for letter recognition and the other is for helping students to tell time. Submitted by Vernon Dye, Brooklyn, New York.