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Physical Education

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12 COOLEST HOLIDAY SCHOOL PARTY GAMES — PART 4

How are you going to keep all those little elves entertained? Don't worry, with these 12 Coolest Holiday School Party Games — Part 4, your preschoolers through 6th graders will all be entertained!!

Magic Beans Game | Free Early Years & Primary Teaching Resources (EYFS & KS1)

Illustrated activity sheet describing a really fun whole class activity that involves the children running around pretending to be magic beans and avoiding capture!

I found this great rubric on a blog called Phys Ed Review. Great blog with lots of assessment resources, as well as some really cool PE Geek resources. And the guy is a huge Star Wars fan, so he must be awesome!:

I found this great rubric on a blog called Phys Ed Review. Great blog with lots of assessment resources, as well as some really cool PE Geek resources. And the guy is a huge Star Wars fan, so he must be awesome!:

PE Poster: Physical Education Exit Checklist                              …

Description WHAT DID I ACCOMPLISH IN P.E. TODAY? This colorful “PE Exit Checklist” poster serves as a visual checklist for your students to view as they leave your PE classes. Teachers can make reference to the poster to reinforce PE concepts or to utilize as a self-assessment tool for the students. Students can make the “check” sign with their hand as each statement is read. The poster (in 5 colors) displays 7 statements that relate to a typical physical education class and includes a…

I like this idea for incorporating math skills, and working with a partner. I think this could be used great for an instant activity. They could test on these skills frequently, and then adding up their total number of each individual category. I found this on pinterest

Throughout the next few weeks the students will be participating in a 100 second physical activity challenge. They are loving this activity. Next year I will use this chart earlier in the school year so the students can measure their personal growth in physical fitness throughout the entire year. I will also use it for goal setting.