Category: Physical Education

10 Simple Holiday Games for PE

Advertisements Snowman Down My students love this game! I’ve played this with a class of 20 students and with larger groups of about 40. For my class of 20 students, I spread out 15 hula hoops around the gym with a bowling pin in… Continue Reading “10 Simple Holiday Games for PE”

Are you making “Kudos Calls” to Parents?

Advertisements   I have an extremely rewarding goal this year as an educator. It’s gratifying for me, my students, and my students’ parents. The goal is simple. Make a minimum of five “kudos calls” per week. A kudos call is a phone call to… Continue Reading “Are you making “Kudos Calls” to Parents?”

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December’s Holiday Brain and Body Boost Challenge

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Advertisements For the month of December, students have the freedom to choose any physical activity lasting at least 20 minutes.  I’ve provided several options, however, it’s perfectly fine if they come up with their own ideas. The goal is for students to understand that… Continue Reading “December’s Holiday Brain and Body Boost Challenge”

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