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Students had an opportunity to practice their throwing and aiming skills. Differential instruction was utilized ensuring those whom had difficulty hitting a target and those whom had exceptional aim both had a chance to be successful. Students were able to … Continue reading
Students had an opportunity to practice throwing different types of equipment (a dodgeball, a squishy ball and a frisbee). Each hula hoop had a specific amount of catches to make before they made it to the next hoop. Once all … Continue reading
Elementary students are working on soccer and the skills associated with it such as agility, speed and balance. They also utilize quick decision making skills while reading their environment for essential clues.
Please remember that students are not authorized to wear leggings unless they are covered with PE shorts. Leggings can’t be worn by themselves.
Some classes are learning about planets and the solar system so Planet Invasion was a great way to incorporate it into PE. Each team of students was given a planet and they needed to protect their valuable items from floating … Continue reading
Middle school has been working on hockey. This game requires perseverance, team work and the demonstration of proper technique to become successful.
Students in grade 3-8 participated in the PYFP this week. Students were assessed to determine their aerobic capacity (1 mile run), abdominal strength and endurance (sit-ups), trunk extensor strength and flexibility (trunk lifts), upper body strength and endurance (push-ups) and … Continue reading
Elementary students learned to differentiate between movement in person and general space while playing scavengers. The object of the game is to find as many bean bags under the dome cones as possible. They first had to decide which area … Continue reading