|Set students up for a lifetime of fitness enjoyment by incorporating physical literacy activities into PE classes at an early age. Discover techniques to encourage movement, explore physical activity for kids, and build skills students will use throughout their lives.|
The more physical activity a child gets now will only benefit them later in life. Schools with the country being shut down and schools being closed, a lot of kids are not getting the physical activity they need. Here are four reasons why physical activity can help boost your child’s mental health.
Greg and Jordan place emphasis on teaching students “why” we do something in PE before we tell them “what” to do. Prepare for a Huddle that brings to life what many teachers talk about, but few do – motivate students to focus on the process of moving throughout their lifespan. Discussion will be centered on why physical activity is a habit that needs to be learned in the school setting and practiced throughout life. Traditional physical education has often focused on short term outcomes rather than monitoring the process of physical activity for all students.
In this Physical Education Podcast, Chris Nichols shares how he took advantage of a literacy school-wide event to teach parents about physical literacy!
Educational trends emphasize the importance of conducting lessons with specific learning targets. Many school districts require that daily learning targets are posted. Additionally, there is
The Benefits of Recess Students are less fidgety and more on task Improved memory and more focused attention Develop more brain connections Learn negotiation skills Exercise leadership, teach
Kids Are NOT Little Adults Every child is different. K-2 students have short legs in relation to their upper body and head that causes them
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