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Hi my name is Mr. Bradley and welcome to my website!!



A little about myself: I am a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in Health & Exercise Science and currently a graduate student at Stockton University studying Educational Leadership. I love teaching PE & Health at the Elementary level! I'm also a veteran beach lifeguard, CrossFit instructor and teach surf lessons. I have many certifications including Mental Health 1st Aid, CPR instructor and EMT. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, playing sports and bike riding. 




PE Class LIVE on YouTube 9am weekdays!! 

(You can still participate & watch the replay of the class on my channel if you miss it live!)

Follow the link below: 

Dawes Avenue PE YouTube Channel 




Daily Motivational Fitness Alphabet For Video #26














Want a full 40 minute PE class?... follow this lesson plan! 




The students will perform these exercises:

1. Toe grabbers (Down, Middle, Up motion)

2. Straddle Bends (legs straddled and students touch the floor with their finger tips)

3. Windmills (down to leg with opposite hand, up, then to other leg with other hand),

4. Airplanes (straddle position where they lean over and swing arms from side to side).

5. 10 sit ups

6. 10 push ups 

If there is room.... students can practice locomotor movements inside or outside of their home

1. skipping

2. hopping

3. galloping




Rhythm and Dance Unit 5- Students can play:

1. Freeze dance

2. Play "Just Dance" (gaming system if available)

3. YouTube "Just Dance" videos and dance along!


Movement Education Unit 1- Students will participate in various fitness activities:

1.on the DEAM (Drop Everything and Move) calendar for the month that was sent home in student folders. 
2.Students can also do "Physical Challenges" on my YouTube channel at:
3. complete a yoga video



Students can do 3-5 minutes of mindfulness laying on the ground. using music from:




Additional Online Resources for PE & Health @ Home:


1. GoNoodle

2. Cosmic Kids Yoga

3. Youtube- Just Dance

4. BrainPop Jr.

5. PBS Kids

6. *NEW* 60 DAY FREE TRIAL Adventure2Learning



Everyday Physical Activity Tips:


Walk Whenever Possible

  • Walk instead of drive, whenever you can
  • Take the stairs instead of the escalator or elevator
  • Take a family walk after dinner
  • Replace a Sunday drive with a Sunday walk
  • Go for a half-hour walk instead of watching TV
  • Get off the bus a stop early, and walk
  • Park farther from the store and walk
  • Take the stairs not the escalator
  • Make a Saturday morning walk a family habit
  • Walk briskly in the mall
  • Take the dog on longer walks
  • Go up hills instead of around them


Move More in Your Home

  • Garden, or make home repairs
  • Do yard work. Get your children to help rake, weed, or plant
  • Work around the house. Ask your children to help with active chores
  • Wash the car by hand
  • Use a snow shovel instead of a snow blower
  • Exercise during TV commercial breaks (jumping jacks, plank hold, etc.)


Live Actively

  • Join an exercise group, and enroll your children in community sports teams or lessons
  • Do sit-ups in front of the TV. Have a sit-up competition with your kids
  • Pace the sidelines at kids' athletic games
  • Choose an activity that fits into your daily life/lives
  • Use an exercise video if the weather is bad
  • Avoid labor-saving devices, such as a remote control or electric mixers
  • Play with your kids at least 30 minutes a day
  • Dance to music… with your kids
  • Choose activities you enjoy. Ask children what activities they want to do
  • Explore new physical activities
  • Give yourself a gold star with non-food related rewards, such as a family day at the park, lake, or zoo
  • Swim with your kids
  • Buy a set of hand weights and play a round of Simon Says with your kids—you do it with the weights, they do it without



All the best! 


-Mr. Bradley 





**All students are required to wear sneakers. Students have PE 2 times per week. Also, jewelry is not permitted to be worn during PE class (earrings, necklaces, etc). Any questions please feel free to email me.**



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