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Links to physical education websites are located to the left of the page. These links are provided for you to use with your child each day, preferably in the morning and in-between subjects. Exercise in the morning improves your child's ability to learn and perform. I will continue to post the links that we have covered so that you can practice the same exercises with your child each day at your convenience. 

 

 PRE K and KINDERGARTEN   

We have used (and will continue to use) the following links:

Fred Fitness ...we spent some time going over how to correctly do jumping jacks, power jacks, hopping, jumping

stretching song...when doing this, pause between each new stretch to give your child time to correctly stretch. This is also a good song to help teach left/right.

Jumping Jacks song...this is also good for  teaching how to correctly perform jumping jacks, while listening, following directions, and learning right/left.

Bear Hunt....this one is a favorite. Your child will listen and follow the moves. He/she may need help at first rowing the arms, pretending to climb to the top of a tree, skipping (across the bridge), walking on tip-toes, etc. 

Hip Hop Harry

Daily Exercises 

Criss cross applesauce transition

Fred "You Choose" workout

Kid's Workout: For kids by kids

hopping/skipping song

listen and move

jumping jacks song

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Run the red Carpet

Cha Cha Slide

Cupid Shuffle

Dino Stomp

Mario

Ghostbusters

Get the Sillies Out

We are learning locomotor skills, such as hopping, skipping, jumping, and galloping. We are also learning how to jump rope. 

PLEASE CONTINUE TO WORK ON SKIPPING, GALLOPING AND JUMPING ROPE AT HOME WITH YOUR CHILD!

We are also learning how to hula hoop. 

 

  

1st and 2nd grade PE

We have used the following links:

Fred Fitness #1

Verb Rap

Jumping Jacks Song

Kids Workout 25 minute routine;This one is great for planks, push ups, burpees, mountain climbers, crab kicks, and more!

Daily Exercises

The Workout Kid

Body Systems Videos 

Kids workout (for kids by kids)

Fred Fitness "You Choose" workout

Hip Hop Harry

Cha Cha Slide

Cupid Shuffle

 Daily Exercises #2

The Workout Kid #2

Run the red Carpet

Cha Cha Slide

Cupid Shuffle

Dino Stomp

Mario

Ghostbusters

Get the Sillies Out

We have also been jumping rope, practicing hula hoop, playing GaGa ball in the new GaGa pit, and playing parachute games.

 

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3rd and 4th grade PE

 We have used the following links:

Jumping Jacks Song
Pump it Up Fresh Start Fitness
Kids Workout 25 minute routine; Stop at 13 minutes and 50 seconds
DAILY EXERCISES (windmills, high knee jacks, knee tuck crunches, T planks, lunges and more!)
Hopscotch (outside in small groups)
Fred "You Choose" workout
Body Systems Videos
Read the article on the importance of daily exercise
Daily Exercises #2
Kids workout (for kids by kids)
Blast Off Fresh Start Fitness
Cupid Shuffle
Cha Cha Slide
Mario
Calling All the Monsters
Ghostbusters
Run the Red Carpet
Immune Cells: How your immune system works
We have also been jumping rope (individual), in groups, and double dutch.
We have been playing parachute games and GaGa ball in the new GaGa ball pit on the playground. 
Hula Hoop Practice
Step Routine 
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 5th and 6th Grade P.E. 

We have used the following links:

 25 minute workout routine

Daily Exercises

We've played Hopscotch Outside

Read the article on the importance of daily exercise

WAKE-UP WORKOUT

FULL SPEED WORK-OUT

KIDS WORKOUT (FOR KIDS BY KIDS)

Cha Cha Slide with the jump rope

Step Routine

 

 We have also been jumping rope (individual), in groups, and double dutch.

We have been playing parachute games and GaGa ball in the new GaGa ball pit on the playground.

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The CDC recommends that children and adolescents ages 6 to 17 years do 60 minutes or more of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity daily.  I will continue to add links of resources (located on the the side of this page) for parents and students to use at home. 

 

 www.gonoodle.com

Parents: GoNoodle is a free online resource than provides tons of ways for kids and families to be active, stay mindful, and keep learning! Please sign up today, and allow your child to use gonoodle to continue exercising at home. 

 

  Pk-2nd graders will....

Develop muscular strength and endurance through exercise and appropriate activities

·   Improve cardio respiratory endurance by regular exercise, rhythmic activities, aerobic dance and other fitness related activities

·   Improve flexibility by increasing the range of motion at specific joints through exercise

·   Develop agility by practicing certain change of direction activities

·   Develop competency in basic locomotor and nonlocomotor skills

·   Develop body and space awareness through perceptual-motor abilities of laterality, directionality, body image, spatial orientation and balance

·   Develop basic skills of play which can lead to successful participation in game and sport activities

·   Develop self-confidence and a positive self-image through activity involvement

·   Learn appropriate social behaviors such as how to interact with others by sharing, taking turns, following, leading, and good sportsmanship

·   Develop proper safety practices when participating in physical activities


3rd-6 graders will....
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  Increase muscular strength and endurance through exercise and appropriate activities

·   Improve cardio respiratory endurance by regular exercise, rhythmic activities, aerobic dance and other fitness related activities

·   Improve flexibility by increasing the range of motion at specific joints through exercise

·   Improve agility by practicing certain change of direction activities

·   Increase ability to move quickly through many speed related activities

·   Transfer physical education learning into habits of a lifetime such as recreational sports and leisure-time skills

·   Maintain proper safety practices when participating in physical activities

·   Recognize the relationship between nutrition and physical fitness

·   Work cooperatively with others to complete a variety of tasks or assignments

·   Understand the purpose of rules, procedures, etiquette, and respectful behavior