Create a well-rounded PE program by incorporating fitness activities, drills, and circuits into your curriculum! Blogs written by PE teachers highlight new ways to boost excitement about fitness and enhance potential among your students. You can also find ideas for organizing innovative fitness games and assessment stations.
Stretching and Yoga are some of the most beneficial movements you can add to your PE program. Not every student is comfortable with these types
If you are reading this blog, there is a good chance that fitness plays a role in your elementary physical education program. With Standard 3
Ready to integrate some fun new programming into your in-person and/or virtual P.E. curriculum? It can be tough to keep students engaged in normal times
One game-changing piece of technology related to fitness that I have been fortunate enough to use in my teaching is heart rate monitors. In my
Fitness drumming is undoubtably one of the latest fitness trends that has quickly become a classic activity I will use for years to come. It
PE teacher, Kelly Koch, has found a new way to motivate her high school students in PE – heart rate monitors. “They’re a game changer
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