Healthy Foods Frenzy Activity For PE

Purpose: To reinforce the MyPlate Food Groups Prerequisites: MyPlate Food Groups, scooters and scooter safety Grades: 2-3 Materials: Hula Hoops (Represent Dinner Plate) Scooters (Represent Shopping Carts) Pictures representing the 5 MyPlate Food Groups (Vegetables, Fruit, Protein, Grains, Dairy) PowerPoint … Read More



Noodle Transport Activity for Elementary PE

My name is Kyle Bragg and I teach at Anasazi Elementary School, Scottsdale, AZ. Creating meaningful, relevant lessons that students can apply in multiple settings is a trademark in my program. It is important to empower students and give them the … Read More


Badminton Mini Golf Activity For PE

I’m Heather Isler, and I teach K-5 Physical Education and Health in Lombard School District 44 in Illinois. I travel between 2 schools each day. In our district we have 25 minutes of DAILY P.E. for ALL students. At my … Read More


Bowl-A-Rama Activity For PE

Get the ball rolling with this amazing bowling game! Bowling is a life long sport that can be done by ANYONE. I am a physical education teacher at PS 457 in the Bronx, NY. I developed this game because my program … Read More


Baseball Tag Activity For Physical Education

I’m Matt Eichel and I teach K-8 Phys. Ed. At St. Ignatius School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  We have been working on our Striking with a Long Implement skills (S1.E25), starting with baseball skills for Grades 2-5.  I wanted to … Read More


Scrabble Game – PE Edition

Hello everyone!  My name is Andrew Kempen and am excited to share with you a game called PE Scrabble.  While attending the IAHPERD (Illinois) State Convention several years ago, a version of this game was being taught at a session … Read More



Card-io Pick Up Activity for PE

A simple game with lots of running! I have emphasized Cardio and the Heart Muscle with my classes this year and they loved it! It could also be used as a warm-up or instant activity. Equipment: Cones (or floor tape) … Read More


4 Winter Holiday PE Activities and Games

Deck the halls for the winter holiday season! Students know a break is coming, and they are usually a little more hyped up than during a normal week. In order to funnel that energy into something positive, it is always … Read More