Here is a fun back-to-school ice-breaker that we use to help our students to get to know one another. By Ron Ramspot
A cool warm-up activity with plenty of action and with a “surprise ending.”
Here are a variety of fun jumping and landing challenges that we have used with our younger elementary students with great success over the years.
“Cooperation is ESSENTIAL” Activities
Help your students understand the importance of cooperation with these three exciting activities! Your students will gain a better understanding of teamwork, clear communication, cooperation, and sportsmanship. In order for the group to be successful in these activities, all students will need to work together and demonstrate positive communication.
Jim Rich developed this “new” approach to restructuring the typical physical education class to take advantage of the latest recommendations found in educational research. K-8
AnnaMae Dunn from Akron, Ohio submitted this new and challenging way to warm-up! 1-4
Here are two ideas for integrating math and language arts skills into your physical education lesson. Submitted by Susan Kunelius from Richfield, Minnesota. 1-5
This is a fun game with lots of cardiovascular activity. Submitted by Sheila Bush from Mechanicsburgh, Pennsylvania. K-6
Here are two very popular warm-up activities. Submitted by Michael Beringer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 3-8