Featured PE Teacher – Elizabeth Geertsma

This week for the #FeaturedPETeacher section on the PE Central Facebook page, the spotlight is on Elizabeth Geertsma! About Elizabeth I am an Elementary Physical Education Teacher at New Groningen Elementary School in Zeeland, Michigan. This is my 6th year teaching in Zeeland Public Schools. I … Read More


Human Bowling Activity for Physical Education

The P.E. Department at Central Elementary located in Rockbridge County, VA, loves to teach our students about cross curricular and teamwork activities. This activity called “Human Bowling” teaches both. We have taught bowling for the four years I have been … Read More


How to Inspire Note-Taking & Poetry in the Classroom

Objective: To inspire note-taking and poetry to come to life in a fun and ‘puzzling’ way Ages: 6+ Time: Approximately 25-45 minutes Grades: 1st + Materials: Construction paper Glue Scissors Colored pencils (or pencils) Markers (or crayons) Paint Brushes Magazine visual or coloring … Read More






Craft Projects to Color With Multi-Surface Markers

Our new Color Splash® Multi-Surface Markers are colorfast, quick drying, and fade resistant, almost like a paint marker that writes on so many surfaces. They are water removable on non-porous surfaces like metal, glass, glazed ceramics, plastic, and vinyl. The multi-surface markers … Read More



STEM Night Activities for Physical Education

If you are looking for activities to include in your school’s STEM Night, or if you are just looking to add some STEM activities into your PE program, view the ideas below from PE teacher Jennie Graves. There are 4 activities … Read More