Alphabet Soup Frisbee Activity for PE

I started this frisbee lesson with my students and turned into an activity called Alphabet Soup. Students throw the frisbee at the target – the center hoop is 2 letters and the outer hoop is 1. Students mark off whichever … Read More



Passing Activity for PE Cooperative Games Unit

My name is Lindsay Karp, I teach physical education and health at Bret Harte Elementary in Cherry Hill, NJ. Pass the Fish (or Chicken) is part of my cooperative games unit that I start the year off with. My students … Read More


Mathketball & Speedy Spell Basketball Activities

I’m Chrissy Mason and I teach health and physical education at Linkhorn Park ES in Virginia Beach. In the lead up to March Madness this year we turned our basketball lessons into an all cross curricular unit, so the students … 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


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


The Importance of Professional Development

As a younger teacher, I had a strong interest in professional development. Anything I could get my hands on to read, watch, or listen to was never enough. I would dig into different curriculum’s and books by any teacher who … Read More


Catch Me If You Can – Elementary PE Activity

I’m Chrissy Mason and I teach health and physical education at Linkhorn Park ES in Virginia Beach. We have large group sizes and aim for activities that keep our kids moving. Catch Me If You Can works on manipulative skills … Read More