Category Archives: Physical Education Lesson Plans
From Kelly F. “Don’t Get Spooked into Drugs” Use white paint to create ghosts with the kids’ handprints. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Purpose of the Lesson To teach children personal hygiene skills. To maintain a safe, healthy, and clean environment for all family members. Discussion Points These discussion questions can be used for discussion purposes, for writing prompts, or for topics of … Continue reading
Submitted by Kimberly D. Favorite P.E. Activity graph Along the bottom, list activities that you have done in P.E. class. Have students illustrate the picture of the activity on a sticky note. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Cup Stacking, Speed Stacking, Sport Stacking- PE activity to improve hand-eye coordination, quickness, and more
From speedstacks.com For teachers and parents, we’ve always touted hand-eye coordination, quickness and ambidexterity. We now can substantiate those claims. A university study by Dr. Brian Udermann, currently at the University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse, confirms that stacking improves hand-eye coordination and … Continue reading
From pecentral.orgName of Activity: Ghostbusters Purpose of Activity: The purpose of this activity is to have students practice the proper overhand throwing technique. Prerequisites: Students have been taught proper technique for the overhand throw (step with the opposite foot, trunk … Continue reading
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Adapted from ehow.com Throw in a little fun competition to your Fall Festival or Halloween party with a bean bag toss into plastic pumpkins. Divide the kids into two teams and have them stand in two lines next to each … Continue reading
From abcya.com The Food Pyramid learning activity challenges children to carefully move the mouse pointer through a maze about the Food Pyramid. Children will be introduced to the different food groups through pictures and audio, while trying to keep their … Continue reading
*Have students bring in a collection of 100 of something to display. You will get some very creative collections. *Jog in place for 100 seconds. *Sit silently for 100 seconds. *Writing assignment: If I had $100.00, I would buy_________. It … Continue reading