How To Teach Locomotor Skills For PE

Locomotor skills, and self and general space awareness are fundamental skills every child needs to progress in physical education, and to ultimately lead a healthy lifestyle. In my experience, many PE programs, free, paid, or otherwise, spend an extensive amount … Read More


Volleyball Activities for Physical Education

Volleyball is a perfect sport for any PE curriculum. It can be done indoors or outside, with fairly basic materials. It’s also a fantastic tool for working on teamwork, hand-eye coordination and movement. These activities, assessments, and bulletin board ideas … Read More


Volleyball Skill Building Activity for PE

My name is Lindsay Karp, I teach Physical Education and Health at Bret Harte Elementary and A. Russell Knight Elementary in Cherry Hill, NJ. Master the Minute Challenges are fun, team orientated, and focused on a variety of skills. My … Read More


Barnyard Themed Field Day Stations for PE

Each year for Field Day, I try to come up with a new, fun theme the kids will enjoy. This year I came up with a Barnyard Field Day theme. Our school mascot is the Trailblazer, so it’s a fitting … Read More


5 Field Day Activities for PE

It is that time of year again. All of us P.E. teachers are planning Field Day. I have included 5 of my favorite Field Day Activities that can all be used inside or outside. Planning Field Day seems to be … Read More


Relay Yahtzee Activity for Grades K-5

My name is Patrick Stevens and I am a PE teacher at Compton Elementary School in Powder Springs, GA along with Leanne Flanagan. Coach Flanagan and I posted a video of our students playing Relay Yahtzee on Twitter and people … Read More


Featured PE Teacher – Cathryn Bass

This week for the #FeaturedPETeacher section on the PE Central Facebook page, the spotlight is on Cathryn Bass! About Cathryn: I teach grades K-4 at Center Valley Elementary and also college courses at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, AR. My title is Health … Read More


Master the Minute Challenges For Physed

My name is Lindsay Karp, I teach physical education and health at Bret Harte Elementary and A. Russell Knight Elementary in Cherry Hill, NJ. Master the Minute Challenges are fun, team orientated, and focused on a variety of skills. I … Read More