A strategy for adding numerous bouts of fitness during your volleyball unit. This helps to improve fitness without having to set-up and break-down the nets during each class. By Bill Bogardus
Here is another activity originally designed for pre-school students that can be used for kindergarten to third grade as well.
By Kristine Fritz
A simple and easy activity made more complex and challenging with a just few tweaks.
“Great States” is another example of a yearly theme we have used in the past. Here are several games we “re-designed” to have a “Great State” theme.
- Patricia McAlpin
Here’s an easy-to-do activity with a focus on dodging and fleeing skills.
A sure-fire fitness activity for upper elementary students and above!
Your students will be jumping like mad as they try to master fun new jump rope tricks!
Who says you can’t get fit with Cup Stacking?! Try this fun and challenging activity designed for your upper elemen- tary students.
A fun cardio game. This activity teaches the students about the food pyramid and the foods that belong in each food group.
A nautical-themed fitness card game.