How to Host a Literacy Night for Physical Education

A Literacy Night is a great way to show how integrating literacy through physical activity is simple and can improve reading and writing abilities. You can work with classroom teachers, the PTO, and the community to put this event together. Here … Read More



Why Teachers are Incorporating Yoga in the Classroom

Yoga has become a great way for classroom teachers, PE teachers, and even after school coordinators to help students de-stress from their day, re-energize and clear their minds to focus. Yoga creates the support for students to not just build … Read More



Tips & Strategies for First Year PE Teachers

If you’re reading this, chances are you just got your very first physical education job. Congratulations and welcome to an amazing profession where you get to change lives and make a real difference in the world. The sky is literally … Read More



Teaching Physical Education in Limited Space

In an ideal situation, every school would have the perfect number of books, teachers, technology, food, and the amenities students deserve. However, we do not live in an ideal world. In many cases, schools that were built up to a … Read More


Tips for Teaching PE Outdoors

My gym is the great outdoors. I am in a unique situation where only 15% of schools in the county I teach in have gyms. Over the past ten years, I’ve taught in empty classrooms, cafeterias with basketball nets, outside … Read More


Page 1 of 3123