Fun Ways For Kids to Celebrate Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras is a fun and unique holiday that started in Europe in the 17th century. We celebrate this holiday with the colors purple, green and gold, which were chosen by the King of Carnival to represent justice, faith, and … Read More


Beloved Community Charter School – Fitness Champions

 We love to share amazing success stories of schools becoming fitness champions and encouraging students to live an active lifestyle. John Taylor is a physical education teacher at Beloved Community Charter School in Jersey City, NJ, and his life’s mission … Read More


Education and Fitness For Africa

Heather Parisi is the founder of the Fitness for Africa program and the Pearl Of Hope School in Uganda, Africa. She shares with us her incredible and inspiring story of her journey to Africa that made such a difference in … Read More


The Best Parachute Game for P.E. Class

Best selling author and award winning P.E. teacher J.D. Hughes shares with us his best parachute game: The Mountain Climber is one of many tricks you can perform with the parachute. I purchased my 45″ parachute from S&S Worldwide. It is very … Read More


La Quinta Middle School Gets Active!

It’s so great to see schools encouraging physical education and teaching students the importance of getting active. We love to share amazing success stories of schools raising the bar for physical education. Laura Spradlin, a teacher at La Quinta Middle School … Read More


Star Wars Activities for Physical Education

  The new Star Wars movie is finally out, and we have found some ways to use this theme to encourage physical activity! Incorporating characters, props, and scenes from the movie into a P.E. lesson will help kids get excited … Read More



The Fall and Rise of Physical Education: Part 2

As George Graham takes us through the eight categories that he believes Physical Educators fall into in Part 1 of his series: The Fall and Rise of Physical Education, we assess his statements within our PE community. Now, 8 days before the … Read More


An Active Game of Hungry Hungry Hippos

While I was speaking to one of my customers, they had mentioned an awesome game that they started playing within their Physical Education classes. A life-size version of the game Hungry Hungry Hippos! The activity follows the idea of the … Read More


Two Person Parachute Activity

We are all familiar with group parachutes, but have you tried activities with two person parachutes? Alyssa Dabbenigno, a Physical Education teacher from Virigina, shares with us this fun activity using our Spectrum Connect-a-Chute Pack of parachutes as two person parachutes. … Read More


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