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Pupils design a fitness trail which incorporates warm-up, aerobic, and cool-down phases. Each student develops their own plan and monitors their own progress through the use of an exercise log.
Here is a fantastic compilation of adaptive physical education lesson plans that cover the major concepts of physical fitness, including: aerobic endurance, balance, coordination, flexibility, power, speed and agility, and strength.
Go beyond counting calories with a healthy eating unit that focuses on reading nutritional labels, making healthy choices, and incorporating fitness into daily life. After four lessons about the different ways kids can improve their...
Students engaged in practice for a physical fitness exam. The practice is beneficial for overall student fitness. The instructor measures key factors of health that include height and weight.
Fifth graders design an informative tri-fold fitness pamphlet for a fictitious fitness center that contains a persuasive paragraph encouraging fitness, that is attractive and has the five fitness components.
Middle schoolers explore the cardiovascular system. Through the use of video, students observe the heart pumping an oxygen-enriched blood supply through arteries to the muscles in use during exercise. They participate in activities to...
Second graders discover the needs of their body by trying different types of aerobic exercise. In this physical education lesson, 2nd graders analyze The Busy Body Book by glancing at the pictures inside and predicting what the content...
Students work in groups to increase nutritional awareness. For this health and fitness lesson, students travel to various stations and complete the task on a body composition card.
This is the perfect resource for helping youngsters understand the importance of physical activity in their daily lives. The lesson and its worksheets focus on brainstorming a variety of fitness activities, such as games you can play...
Fifth graders discuss what aerobic exercise is, and the origin of its meaning. They view a list of activiities and and discuss why they are considered aerobic while other activities such as baseball is not considered aerobic exercise....
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Pupils discuss their favorite activities and determine which activities are suitable for older people. In groups, students research the benefits of aerobic exercises and the equipment needed. Pupils share their information with the class.
Learners involve the community with an activity to help them learn more about fitness. They attend an event in which 3 different instructors teach 3 different physical activities and invited agencies to attend with informational tables.
A series of physical fitness games, activities, and teamwork challenges prompt youngsters to get moving! Using Hula Hoops, bean bags, pool noodles, and other materials, elementary and middle schoolers work together and get some exercise...
Students explore space awareness and safe movement. In this movement/physical education lesson, students listen to the book Horton Hatches a Who. Students pretend to be Horton and rotate from hula hoop to hula hoop performing various...
Students work in small groups to create a game. They begin by performing a fitness activity, and discussing the fact that a game must be invented in order for people to play it. Students practice playing their game, and make refinements...
It takes muscle strength and muscle endurance to get up on a water ski or wake board, and to stay up. Lesson 9 out of this 22 instructional activity unit is about conditioning. A resource link at the bottom of the page allows you to view...
An article from the New York Times, 2010, titled "Phys Ed: Can Exercise Make Kids Smarter?" is the springboard for the six short-answer questions posed by The Learning Network. Have your class read the article, answer the questions, and...
In this exercise word search puzzle, students identify types of exercise and exercise equipment. Examples include treadmill, run, and aerobic. A list of 44 words is provided to assist students in their search.
Students and parents engage in fitness activities which will be located at various fitness stations. Some stations are self-monitored (i.e. rope jumping, walk/run obstacle course) while others are taught by the physical education...
Keep your mind and body fit with a fun activity about the five food groups. After going over the functions of fruit, vegetables, grains, meats and beans, and dairy, as well as oils and fats, learners participate in a bean bag toss to...
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