Active@Home™ is a revolutionary program that combines activity instruction for students to practice at home. Even with little to no time for instruction, you can assign activities included in the cards below, and students can easily learn and develop valuable PE skills! Our cards include in-depth background, technique, and clear-cut photography that combine for easy-to-follow instruction. The following cards provide insight on how to implement and utilize the program.
With the Active@Home cards, you will be able to expand on your opportunities to get kids active and promote an active lifestyle for years to come.
Whether you are jumping rope in PE class, jumping to catch a ball at recess
or jumping over cracks in the sidewalk, jumping is an activity that you do
everyday. The following Active@Home™ cards will introduce students to jumping activities that will strengthen their muscles, improve their balance, make them sweat, and will be sure to leave them jumping for joy!
Basketball is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and a
popular sport for both boys and girls. The sport of basketball has many great benefits. Players get a lot of exercise, they develop coordination and reaction skills, and it is a sport filled with teamwork and strategy. The Active@Home Basketball cards will help teach a number of the basic skills that a successful player needs to have. Have fun and get active!
Whether students are jumping rope in PE class, jumping to catch a ball at recess or jumping over cracks in the sidewalk, jumping is an activity that you do everyday! Even though our bodies can jump without us having to think about it, jumping uses nearly every muscle in the body. The following Active@Home cards will introduce you to jumping activities that will strengthen your muscles, improve your balance, make you sweat, and will be sure to leave you jumping for joy!Active@Home_Jumping_Spots-min
In a gym, on a beach or at a park, volleyball is a sport anyone can enjoy, but we’re going to practice at home! The sport of volleyball has many great benefits. Players develop great reaction, coordination and communication skills, and it’s a game that can be played by anyone of any age. The Active@Home™ Volleyball cards will introduce you to basic skills that a successful player needs to have!Active@Home_Sports_Volleyball2020-min
Hand-Eye Coordination is the coordination of your vision and hand movements to complete a task. Everything from hitting a fastball to eating your dinner, requires hand-eye coordination. The Active@Home™ hand-eye coordination cards introduce a number of activities that will help practice and improve hand-eye coordination.Active@Home_HandEye_Scarves2020-min-1
Soccer is the most popular sport in the world and has the highest
participation of all youth sports in the US! The sport of soccer has many great benefits. Players get a lot of exercise, they develop coordination and reaction skills, and it is a sport filled with teamwork and strategy. The Active@Home™ Soccer cards will help teach a number of the basic skills that a successful soccer player needs to have. Have fun and get active!
Balance & Agility Exercises
Every movement you make requires both balance and agility. Balance is our ability to stay upright or stable while agility is our ability to move quickly and easily. When we combine good balance and agility, it allows our bodies to move quickly and precisely. The following Active@Home™ cards will provide a series of activities designed to improve your body’s balance and agility. Whether you’re walking a tightrope, playing a game of football, or just chasing after a friend the key to your success starts with balance and agility!Active@Home_Agility_Disc2020-min
Do you have any of the Active at Home Cards translated into Spanish or other languages?
Do you have any simplified cards for younger students? Grades K-2?
I gave it a week: Young Athletes Program with Special Olympics. It has flashcards for all kinds of activities geared for children 2-7. It’s also an inclusive program, so it works for all kids!
Thank you for this. I’m sure it will give my students safe ideas to stay active. I teach K-6 PE. Do you have activities geared toward K-2 students?
Love the activity cards! Do you have them in Spanish? This would be beneficial for many of the parents that only know Spanish. Thanks!
We love the cards and posters. Do you have any that focus on special needs, especially wheelchair students?
Are there are cue cards/content cards that I can access for volleyball in the middle school or high school age group? Thank you