March Printable Fitness Challenge Calendar

Our March 2021 Fitness Challenge Calendar is here! Use this printable calendar as a resource to share with your students for virtual learning, and encourage them to participate in the challenge at home with their family. If you have students … Read More


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


Simon Poly Spot Game for PE

Simon is a fun game to play that incorporates jumping and hopping. Students also get to be creative and make movement patterns for their partners to follow. This game has been a fun way to work on focusing and memory … 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


6 Tips To Bring Out The Super Teacher In You

Being a teacher can be an isolating experience. Often, we do not get the opportunity to connect outside of the beginning of the school year meeting or during professional development courses taken on our own time. Thus, I feel compelled to … Read More


Baseball Tag Activity For Physical Education

I’m Matt Eichel and I teach K-8 Phys. Ed. At St. Ignatius School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  We have been working on our Striking with a Long Implement skills (S1.E25), starting with baseball skills for Grades 2-5.  I wanted to … Read More


Scrabble Game – PE Edition

Hello everyone!  My name is Andrew Kempen and am excited to share with you a game called PE Scrabble.  While attending the IAHPERD (Illinois) State Convention several years ago, a version of this game was being taught at a session … Read More