Colorful Buckets Activity – Kicking Unit for PE

By Erik Myer, Elementary PE Teacher The other day I was looking for a different type of kicking activity to do with my students.  I decided to take a look at Coach Pirillo’s YouTube channel for inspiration. I came across a … Read More


DIY Wood Pallet Sign Projects for Under $3

Many of our customers ask for ideas on adult and teen crafts, and DIY crafts that can be given as gifts or used as decoration. That was our inspiration for this DIY Wood Pallet Sign project, which can also be … Read More


Featured PE Teacher – Michael Beringer

About Michael Beringer: I’m a Physical Education Specialist at Fairview School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I teach K4 through 8th grade Physical Education and Adaptive Physical Education for 640 students. I have been teaching for 21 years in two school districts. … Read More






How to Get Family Involved in Your PE Program

Are you looking for ways to involve family in your PE program? By inviting parents and other family members to attend PE class at your school, it helps encourage students to participate. Scheduling family time is a great way to … Read More


National Nursing Home Week – Celebrating Life’s Stories Theme

Celebrate National Skilled Nursing Care Week, formerly known as National Nursing Home Week, with your residents during the weeklong event from May 13th-19th. Choose activities that fit the 2018 theme “Celebrating Life’s Stories” by featuring activities that help residents document, … Read More


Featured PE Teacher – Gay Lynn Drooger

This week for the Featured PE Teacher section on the PE Central Facebook page, the spotlight is on Gay Lynn: About Gay Lynn: I teach Pre-K through 4th grade and Adaptive PE at Edgerton Public School in Edgerton, MN. My title … Read More


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