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Phys Ed Apps – 5 Keys To Success

PLT4M

The use of phys ed apps is becoming increasingly popular as a way to help students stay active and engaged in physical education. Understanding the five keys to success with phys ed apps can help you make the most of this technology.

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Why Everyone Should Have The Buddy Circle™

Fit and Fun Play

The Buddy Circle™ (available in English or Spanish) was created as a wonderful tool to address student to student conflict. Use the Buddy Circle™ much like you would use a "talking bench"; to help children work out differences.

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The PE Huddle: A New School Year – A Game Plan for a Successful Start

Gopher PE

PE Express Podcast pe Phys Ed Physical Education The PE HuddleKick off the school year by tuning in to the August PE Huddle with a focus on “ A New School Year: A Game Plan for a Successful Start”.

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Volleyball (Middle School)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Erica Armijo, Kate Cox, Mike Morris, Valerie Nagy, Beth Uhlman Special Contributions: Nichole Wilder, Aaron Hart, Andrea Hart This module builds on the skills introduced in the 3-5 Volleyball module through skill-specific volleyball lead up activities and games.

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Change Takes Time

The PE Specialist

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a LOOOOONG time and I finally got my thoughts together and put it on paper (or a screen?) – I hope it’s an encouragement for you and that you can enjoy the process of creating change in your own life or Phys Ed […].

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Pi Day Movement Resources (K-8)

Open Phys Ed

Created By: Mary Driemeyer, Daniel Hill, Nichole Wilder Special Contributions: Aaron Hart, Andrea Hart Are you looking for fun and engaging ways to recognize and celebrate Pi Day in your physical education class? OPEN’s Pi Day instant activities collection was designed just for that!

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Pumpkin Patch Games

Open Phys Ed

Welcome to Pumpkin Patch Games! We’ve reorganized and added new activities! This new Pumpkin Patch landing page includes your favorites from years past, as well as brand new games for 2022! Thank you to the following Pumpkin Patch contributors!

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Adventure Learning (Grades 6-12)

Open Phys Ed

Establishing a sense of community within physical education classrooms is essential to developing students that are open to trying new activities and experiences.

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Gratitude Games

Open Phys Ed

Welcome to Gratitude Games This updated module includes your favorite Turkey Trot and Gratitude Games with some new favorites just added. Add some active joy to the month of November and use the gratitude-focused debrief questions to get your students thinking about the true meaning of the season.

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PE Games – Christmas Activities

The PE Specialist

What’s Up Phys Ed Friends! So, let’s be honest, you (and your students) are probably counting down the days to Christmas Break – am I right?

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How to Organize Recess Equipment – Recess Bags

The PE Specialist

What’s Up Phys Ed Fam! Are you suffering from the headaches of managing a recess cart that nobody takes care of? Do you spend hours each week untangling jump ropes and wondering how pencils made their way into your playground balls?

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Rhythm Fit (Grades K-8)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Ben Pirillo, Victor Spadaro, Nichole Wilder. Music Production: Hip Hop Public Health. YouTube Crew: Ben Pirillo, Brian Devore, Eileen Tirado, LaDonda Porter, Nichole Wilder, Tom Gelardi, Victor Spadaro.

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How to Setup a Stereo in Your Gym

The PE Specialist

What’s Up Phys Ed Fam! Today I wanted to give you a breakdown of how I’ve got my Music Setup through my stereo via bluetooth and also show you a couple of options for Battery Powered Speakers as well if you are teaching outside. Hope you dig it!

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Volleyball (Grades 3-5)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: William Potter, Trent Suzuki, and Candace Young Special Contributions: Nichole Wilder, Aaron Hart, Andrea Hart This module builds on the skills introduced in the K-2 Volleying & Striking module through skill-specific volleyball lead up activities and games.

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Locomotor and Manipulative Skills (Primary K-2)

Open Phys Ed

This module includes activities that are designed to develop and reinforce several locomotor and manipulative skills. All of the basic locomotor skills, static and dynamic balancing, as well as underhand tossing, rolling, and catching are addressed.

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Health & Wellness (Middle School)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Nichole Wilder & Andrea Hart, RDN CDN Special Contributions: Aaron Hart Studies have shown that healthy students get better grades, attend school more, and often behave better in class.

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The Levels of Partner Acceptance

The PE Specialist

What’s up Phys Ed Fam!

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Pushup Coupons

The PE Specialist

What’s up Phys Ed Fam! I just wanted to share this fun little idea with you that I use to help motivate myself to remember student names and also just to create a fun little interaction with my students.

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How to Teach Throwing and Catching Skills

The PE Specialist

What’s Up Phys Ed Fam! I hope you’re doing great wherever you are and doing what you love most!

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Twas the Day Before Field Day | Dedicated to Every PE Teacher |

The PE Specialist

What’s up Phys Ed Fam! In honor of your hard work and dedication to prepare an amazing Field Day for your school I was inspired to write this poem.

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Minute To Win

Open Phys Ed

Growth mindset is developed through experience, struggle, failure, and triumph. Minute to Win challenges are designed to be a safe place for students to experience and understand this journey. This module is written for intermediate grade levels and can also be used at the middle school level.

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Climbing Equipment in PE Class: Rock Wall, Rope Swing, Monkey Bars and Cargo Net

The PE Specialist

What’s up Phys Ed Fam! If you’ve watched many of my videos on social, you’ve probably noticed the different climbing elements around my gym.

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?? Looking at PE Through a Different Lens

i-phys-ed

One of the fantastic things about PE is that we have this perfect opportunity to use physical activity and sport to help kids learn about concepts, which go far beyond the gym or the field or even our subject area. The post ?? Looking at PE Through a Different Lens appeared first on iPhys-Ed.com.

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Movement Composition: More Than Just Dance

i-phys-ed

Back in August 2013 I blogged about Enhancing Dance in your #PhysEd Program. The blog post provided a few simple suggestions to encourage teachers to think critically about how they could improve the way that dance was being delivered in their physical education programs.If

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Winter Wonderland Instant Activities

Open Phys Ed

Every year, right around the holiday season, students start to fall into a frenzy of excitement, forget their impulse control basics, and can use a little physical education etiquette reminder. This winter-themed instant activity module was designed just for that.

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Striking Balloons With Implements – A PE Lesson

The PE Specialist

What’s up Phys Ed Fam! I’m super excited to share this post with you, it’s been in the works for a while. Below you’ll find an awesome lesson example for teaching your younger students an introduction to striking with implements using balloons.

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The Adventure Mile (Middle School)

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Aaron Hart & Stephanie Herrick. Special Contributions: Victor Spadaro, Isabella Orlando and Andrea Hart, RDN. Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart. OPEN and Rising New York Road Runners have joined forces to bring you The Adventure Mile for Middle School.

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TGfU: Teaching Net & Wall Games

i-phys-ed

Net & Wall Games are one of the four categories of games found in the Teaching Games for Understanding approach (click here to learn more about TGfU).

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Educational Gymnastics

Open Phys Ed

Created by: Nichole Wilder. Special Contributions: Andrea Hart. Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart. This module includes activities that are designed to develop movement concepts and body control. Educational gymnastics is not the same type of gymnastics seen on TV during the Olympics.

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Back to School Resources

Open Phys Ed

It’s time to ReImagine what physical education means for students and families. It’s time to ReEngage our relationships and heal as a community. Let’s Bridge the Gap together.

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OPEN 5k Your Way

Open Phys Ed

Welcome! FREE Race Week Resources. Customize Your Race Bib [ Google Template ]. 5 Day Grit Journal [ PDF Printable ]. Tag @OPENPhysEd on Twitter for a chance to WIN! – The Adventure Mile for Middle School.

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What is Teaching Games for Understanding?

i-phys-ed

The Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) approach was developed by researchers at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom to tap into children’s inherent desire to play. Bunker and Thorpe (1982) developed TGfU around the concept of teaching kids games by playing games.

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Pumpkin Patch Games (Grades K-5)

Open Phys Ed

Reinforce responsibility, self-control, and the health-enhancing benefits of physical activity with this fun and engaging learning module. The activities and resources in this module will help you celebrate fall while staying consistent with your rules, routines, and classroom expectations.

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Team Tabata Challenges (Middle & High School)

Open Phys Ed

Build class routines with engaging Tabata Challenges designed to reinforce 3 simple classroom rules while building a positive learning environment. 1) Respect Self; 2) Respect Others; 3) Respect the Things We Use.

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Team Fitness Adventure (Grades 3-5)

Open Phys Ed

Team-building , routine-setting, and health-related fitness with fun and engaging activities designed to reinforce 3 simple classroom rules. 1) Respect Self; 2) Respect Others; 3) Respect the Things We Use.

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The Fun Routine (Grades K-2)

Open Phys Ed

Build class routines with fun and engaging activities designed to reinforce 3 simple classroom rules. 1) Respect Self; 2) Respect Others; 3) Respect the Things We Use.

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The Role of Health in Physical Education

i-phys-ed

As an early career teacher, physical education to me was about sports and getting kids active.

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