October’s “Trick or Treat, Move Your Feet” fitness challenge

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The Trick or Treat, Move Your Feet fitness challenge consists of three separate workouts. Each workout is represented by one of the three colors of candy corn; white, orange, and yellow. Each Day of the week is highlighted either white, orange, or yellow. For example, October 1st is highlighted orange. Therefore, on that day, students will do the orange workout. Using the fitness calendar, students will write their initials on each day they complete the workout. At the end of the month, they add up the total number of days completed, have their parents sign the bottom of the calendar and return it to a PE teacher for a  certificate and shoe token.

For an editable copy of the challenge click Trick or Treat, Move your Feet Challenge and Calendar.

Below is the certificate I’ll use when a student returns a calendar at the end of the month. I’ll add a two-inch round gold, silver, or bronze sticker to the bottom of the certificate between my name and the date. This makes the certificate look more official.

Click Trick or Treat Certificate for an editable copy of the award certificate.

 


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6 Comments on “October’s “Trick or Treat, Move Your Feet” fitness challenge

    • jcahill – I have been teaching physical education for 23 years. I began my career teaching in Washington, DC before moving to Atlanta, Georgia to teach at Trinity School. I have a passion for keeping kids healthy and moving during each PE lesson, and throughout their lives. I’m a firm believer that recess is a right and NOT a privilege. Please check out and join my Facebook group called Keeping Kids in Motion. I am happily married and have three beautiful children who are constantly KEEPING ME IN MOTION!
      jcahill

      Hi Jane – Your feedback means a lot to me. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  2. Justin, I also truly appreciate you sharing your work so our students can benefit from daily physical activity. I’m so excited to reward those who worked hard throughout the month of October!

    • jcahill – I have been teaching physical education for 23 years. I began my career teaching in Washington, DC before moving to Atlanta, Georgia to teach at Trinity School. I have a passion for keeping kids healthy and moving during each PE lesson, and throughout their lives. I’m a firm believer that recess is a right and NOT a privilege. Please check out and join my Facebook group called Keeping Kids in Motion. I am happily married and have three beautiful children who are constantly KEEPING ME IN MOTION!
      jcahill

      Ashley, I appreciate your kind, motivating words. Just posted the November challenge.

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