Outdoor Yard Games Unit – Station Ideas for PE

As physical education teachers, one of our biggest goals is to instill a passion for lifelong learning in our students through physical activity. With this in mind, I try to incorporate plenty of variety into my Unit lessons in order … Read More




Becoming a Youth Leader – An Afterschool Journey

By Derrick Hatch, National Afterschool Association Next Generation Award 2018 Winner The S&S Worldwide team is proud to be the sponsor of the National Afterschool Association Next Generation Award for Afterschool for 2018. We are honored to highlight the nominees … 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




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


Top 3 Literacy Support Materials for the Classroom

Building strong literacy and language skills is so important. They are what forms the basis for learning in all subjects. With effective instruction and literacy development in early childhood education classrooms, teachers and educators can have a substantial impact on … Read More