These tips were originally published on August 20, 2020. Click here for a downloadable Word doc.
Top 10 Tips For Physical Education
ONE: SHAPE America. The resources found here are standard-aligned and come from fellow educators. Teachers will find a variety of lessons to help support digital learning in grades K-12.
TWO: OPEN PhysEd. K-12 resources to help teachers and parents partner together to provide meaningful movement opportunities that progress students toward physical education and social & emotional learning outcomes.
THREE: Guidance for Virtual Physical Education. SHAPE America provides guidelines for teaching PE online. Includes appropriate practices, sample activities, assessment recommendations, sample modules, and resources to enhance learning in grades K-12.
FOUR: Hip Hop Public Health. Health, nutrition, physical literacy, physical activity, Mental health, and wellness videos and teaching guides. Great for any grade level but focuses on grades K-8.
FIVE: NFL Play60. Teach your students the impact of physical activity on health and wellness with these fun, interactive lessons and family activities. Suited for grades 6-8.
SIX: Jr. NBA. Students can learn the game of basketball from NBA/WNBA players, legends, coaches, strength and conditioning personnel in our library of more than 250 instructional videos. Great for all grades.
SEVEN: GoNoodle. Movement and mindfulness videos with minimal space and equipment. Great for grades K-8.
EIGHT: HSS Sports Safety. This resource provides videos and educational resources for children, parents, and teachers. Students will learn how to properly move their bodies during physical activity. Great for grades K-12.
NINE: Fit Sanford. The latest scientific and behavioral research designed to educate, motivate, and inspire children of all grade levels to live a balanced, healthy lifestyle.