Dance Activities for Physical Education

Dance is a great way to spice up your physical education unit! It’s also a fantastic way to work on balance, footwork, spatial awareness and so much more. These activities, assessments, and bulletin board ideas we’ve compiled from PE Central … Read More


Featured PE Teacher – Angie Ellis

This week for the Featured PE Teacher section on the PE Central Facebook page, the spotlight is on Angie Ellis: About Angie: I teach Kindergarten and 1st grade at Washington K-1 in Tiffin City School District, Tiffin, Ohio. I am also the … Read More


Locomotor City Activity for Physical Education

Locomotor City is a culminating activity I play with my K-2 students to reinforce and allow autonomy in their learning. The activity combines skill practices of locomotor movements, pathways, levels, fitness skills, directions, rule following, social skills and a host … Read More


Obstacle Course for PE Class – Grades K-6

PE teacher Kyle Winter shares with us his obstacle course idea for students K-6: During my Jump Rope for Heart unit I decided to try a more abstract approach to our “Jump Day.” Jump day is meant to celebrate the … 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