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


Top 10 Physical Education Blog Posts of 2017

As we head into the second half of the 2017-2018 school year, we thought we would share our most popular Physical Education blog posts of 2017. Many of these activities and ideas are submitted by your colleagues and fellow PE … Read More



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


5 PE Blindfold Activities for Elementary School

Communicating with others verbally in a variety of situations is one of the soft skills for students to develop at the elementary level. I like using blindfold activities help students develop verbal communication skills as they determine the best vocabulary … Read More


Featured PE Teacher – Carli Kelly

This week for the Featured PE Teacher section on the PE Central Facebook page, the spotlight is on Carli Kelly: About Carli: I teach Early Kindergarten – 6th grade PE and High School Health. I teach about 400 kids at Norway-Vulcan Area … Read More


Football Activities for Physical Education

Football is a popular sport, especially during the fall and winter months. The annual Super Bowl football game is the most-watched TV event in history, with over 110 million people tuning in to watch the big game every year. As … Read More