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Here you can find a variety of resources for educational support in the areas of Physical Education and Health. Parents and families, we encourage you to get your child moving in some way each day! If you can find the time to workout with your children, even better! The time spent together will be special for you both, and will encourage healthy habits for our students. There are countless ways to get exercise. Many of which can be done indoors or outside and with little to no equipment. Set a goal to exercise for 45-60 minutes each day.
In addition to these resources are daily activities provided for your convenience. These daily activities will be provided in two week increments by grade level all posted below. These examples include daily workouts that can be done from home and will hopefully be a fun way for your children to engage in physical activity. Now put on your tennis shoes, grab some water, and get moving! Have FUN!
Lauren Duckett: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dane Turner: email@example.com
Troy White: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jared DuVal (Bend): email@example.com
Roxanne Akers (Health): firstname.lastname@example.org
YouTube Channels: Adapted Physical Activity, Motor Skill Learning, Prime Coaching Sport, The PE Specialist, Benjamin Pirillo, Brandon Herwick, Yoga with Adriene, Cosmic Kids Yoga, Sami’s Circuit, The PE Umbrella
TeacherTube: great for academic learning as well as physical education, music, and health resources
GoNoodle: This website has numerous educational games as well as fun, silly videos to get kids moving! (PreK-4)
Pinterest: you can look up virtually anything on Pinterest! From first grade math to high school physics, they have it all! They also have a TON of ideas for PE games, toddler motor skill-development, adaptive physical education, and more!
Instagram pages: middleschoolpe, thepeshed, ThePEUmbrella
https://wideopenschool.org/ This site is AMAZING! It has everything you could imagine and is organized by subject and grade level to make things easy!
https://peumbrella.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Home-Challenges.pdf This is a great link for littles! It has very basic locomotor progressions, engaging games, and various skill based challenges.
https://www.romper.com/p/10-online-exercise-yoga-kid-classes-to-make-up-for-pe-22627985 This site has a number of video links that include yoga, dancing, and cardio workouts for young students.
PE Activities/Fitness Ideas
PE Activities/Fitness Ideas
Sports: Basketball, Volleyball, Football, Baseball/Softball, Tennis, Frisbee, Four Square, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Kickball, 4 Square, Tetherball
Fitness: walking, jogging, biking, hiking, skating, tag, trampoline, CrossFit, Wii Sports games, Yoga
- Dynamic/Static Stretches: butterfly stretch, flamingo stretch, pull knee to chest/both knees, Hollywood stretch, reach for toes, pull arm across chest, pull elbow overhead to stretch, arm circles, calf raises, jumping jacks, squats, lunges, jump squats/lunges, burpees,
- Locomotor Movements: walk, jog, skip, gallop, grapevine, army crawl, bear crawl, side shuffle,
- JumpRope: single bounce, double bounce, backwards, criss-cross, double unders, skier, etc.
- Dance: Kids Zumba, Just Dance Kids, The Kiboomers (PreK-2)
- Yoga: Youtube- Cosmic Kids Yoga, The Body Coach, Yoga with Adrienne, Alo Yoga, Moovlee
Children’s Games: Duck Duck Goose, Red Rover, tag, leap-frog, hopscotch, hula hoop, musical chairs,
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