September Printable Fitness Challenge Calendar

Our September Fitness Challenge Calendar is here!

We teamed up with the Alliance For A Healthier Generation to create this fitness calendar for the month of September 2019. Here is the link to the download:

Printable Fitness Calendar September 2019

September Fitness Challenge Calendar 2019

Students are challenged each day to participate in the activities listed on the calendar. The month of September is officially Back to School time, and we’ve included some basic fitness exercises, yoga poses, plus some brain boost break ideas. Each week, the number of repetitions for each fitness exercise increases. Please keep in mind the number of repetitions is meant as a guide, and can be adapted as needed based on age group and skill level. 

On Saturdays, we encourage some outdoor activities to keep kids active over the weekend. As the fall season approaches, have kids toss a football and practice throwing skills, or visit a local orchard and walk through a cornmaze.

Descriptions for Exercises

Butterfly Kicks: Lie on your back. Keep your abs tight and raise your feet just barely off the floor and flutter kick them.

Tuck Jumps: Bend your knees and lift your heels high while jumping.

Mountain Climbers: Start in a push-up position, then alternate bringing one foot at a time forward toward your armpit and then extend it back out.

Sky Reaches: Raise your arms up to the sky. Then rise up on your tippy toes, continuing to reach for the sky while keeping your body tight. Hold for a set amount of time, then lower your heels and arms slowly.

Back to School Brain Breaks

Since schools are officially back in session by September, we’ve included some fitness activity ideas that are great for classroom brain breaks! Students can use their desks, textbooks, and the classroom space to get active and take a break from their work. On Wednesdays, refer to the two Task Cards on page 2 of the calendar download for a total of 10 ideas.

September is National Yoga Month

The month of September is a great time to introduce yoga to your classroom or program, or if you already have a yoga unit established, you can create even more hype and excitement during National Yoga Month! Teach students the benefits of yoga, as well as some basic poses. Refer to the Yoga Task Card on Fridays on page 3, which includes 5 poses. You can choose to continue with these all month, or choose new poses each week.

Additional Resources:

Here are some additional resources to help you celebrate these observances!

We would love to hear your feedback in the comment section below!

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18 thoughts on “September Printable Fitness Challenge Calendar

  1. Hi! I am starting to use these this year as well! My K-6 kiddos are super excited and already enjoy them! Can I get an editable version?? Thank you!

  2. Super stoked to be using these again! Can I get the editable versions for the 19-20 school year? Also, do you have task cards or movement descriptions for the days? Not the Yoga Task cards or the brain breaks, I want to make sure I understand what the other movements. I make videos for the kids to access so they don’t “forget” how to do the movement at home.
    Thank you

  3. Hi! I see that people are requesting a French calendar and an editable one! Would I be able to get French and English editable calendars sent to me? I work in a dual track school and would need both!

  4. Hi – I had this same idea! Great minds think alike… I too need an editable copy. I work in a french immersion school and need to write everything in french. Can you send me one?



  5. Hi, I love the fitness calendars but would like to modify some of the activities or change them to better suit our school. Can you make the calendar “editable?”

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