This article highlights a variety of activities and ideas for creating a stronger focus of “CPR: Cooperation, Participation, and Respect” into your physical education program. By former National Middle School PE Teacher of the Year, Melanie Champion.
A cute collection of three “Reindeer Games” for grades K-1. Submitted by Lou Ann Morgan, Dana, North Carolina.
Another fast-paced activity with three different levels for non-stop fitness fun!
A great cardio-active game stressing teamwork and cooperation!
Here’s a fun activity to help your students learn about healthy eating habits.
A fun tag and fleeing variation perfect for indoors!
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.
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 […]
Here are three fitness activities with a twist. K-5.