Physical Activity in the Classroom
Games and physical activities for elementary PE. Geared toward classroom teachers who don't have a dedicated PE teacher, though there are many creative…
Try these fun brain break ideas to help active kids stay focused and learn at their best like yoga, Go Noodle, and printable cards. Brain break activities are great for incorporating movement into your day in and out of the elementary classroom. #classroommanagement #teachingtips #brainbreaks
The current social distancing restrictions and school closures has put physical education teachers into a new predicament as they try to create a new distance learning routine for PE students. In this post I offer three thoughts and advice to help support physical educators during this unprecedented time of uncertainty. #PE #distancelearning #socialdistancing #physed #physedsuperhero
Curious how you can seamlessly integrate literacy or sight words into your physical education classroom? I'll help give you a headstart with these simple to use ideas that your PE students will love! Schools are putting so much weight into core subjects like math and reading, so why not incorporate it into to your own program to make it that much more valuable to the administration and staff! Get the scoop now or pin this to read later. #PE #sightwords #literacy #physed #physedsuperhero
Make learning fun & get students up & moving in the classroom. These student engagement strategies are perfect for elementary students. This post has tools, tips, & tricks to get movement in the classroom. Teachers love these activities because they can be used in reading & math. The ideas are fun for teachers & students. These engagement activities for students are easy, fit into any lesson plan, and make learning engaging. Add more movement activities for kids in your classroom today!
Some days the weather just doesn't cooperate for recess. It can be either too dreary or cold, or even too hot for kids to go outside and get much needed recess time. But just because the weather isn't cooperating doesn't mean your students don't need time to take a break and play. They just need some indoor recess games! Check out these 15 ideas for fun indoor games for kids. These indoor games are perfect for a large group of kindergarten and first grade students.
Spring is a perfect time to get outside and play with your students! Are you looking for some fun group activities to help get the wiggles out and enjoy the fresh air and warm sunshine? Check out these 14 ideas for fun outdoor games for kids. These outdoor games are perfect for a large group of kindergarten and first grade students.