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Bat and Ball Games
(Intermediate 3-5)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:36+00:00 May 30th, 2017|3-5 Games for Teaching, 3-5 Physical Education Modules, Curriculum Resources|

Created by: Joseph Spernal, Aaron Hart, Jim DeLine, and Lisa Kushner Special Contributions: Deedi Boland Design: Jennifer Truong Bat and Ball Games introduces students to the critical skills and movement patterns that are essential to sports like softball, baseball, and cricket. Purposeful activities provide fun and challenge for skill development while also introducing foundational concepts, strategies, and [...]

Pickleminton
(Intermediate 3-5)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:36+00:00 April 27th, 2017|3-5 Games for Teaching, 3-5 Physical Education Modules, Curriculum Resources|

Created by: Lisa Kushner, Deedi Brown, Mike Smith, and Aaron Hart Design: Jennifer Truong Striking an object with a short-handled implement has never been this fun! This module provides a developmentally appropriate lead-up to net games like pickleball and badminton. Implement this module in full with more skilled students. Or, remove the 1V1/2V2 activities [...]

Parachute
(Primary K-2)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:36+00:00 March 30th, 2017|Curriculum Resources, K-2 Games for Teaching…, K-2 Physical Education Modules|

Created by: Lisa Kushner, Amanda Welch, Nick Kline, and Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Brown Design: Jennifer Truong Parachute activities are among the most memorable physical education experiences of a young child’s life. Just seeing the ‘chute creates excitement and joy for most students. It is also an important opportunity to reinforce critical personal [...]

OPEN 8 Challenge
(Middle School)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:36+00:00 February 17th, 2017|6-8 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, Middle School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Rich Wiles & Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Brown Design: Jennifer Truong The OPEN 8 Middle School Adventure Challenge is a fun and engaging module with a focus on fitness, skill, and 21stcentury learning. Each activity is meant to provide a global education experience in a setting that stretches just beyond a [...]

Creative Mode Fitness
(High School)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:36+00:00 February 7th, 2017|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Aaron Hart Contributions by: Jo Bailey, Deedi Brown, Joe Cambron, Diane Cannon, Terry Jones, Nick Kline, Eddie Kovel, Lisa Kushner, Becca L-A-K, Jen Mau, Darcell Salmi, Murray Wallace, Amanda Welch Design: Aaron Hart & Jennifer Truong Creative Mode Fitness is a fun and vigorously active way to teach students critical fitness concepts and basic fitness [...]

Tai Chi
(High School)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:36+00:00 December 13th, 2016|9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules, Uncategorized|

Created by: Lisa Kushner, Brianna Sullivan, Thomas Fuchs & Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Joshua Giddings, Deedi Boland & Juan Wang Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart Harvard Medical School has labeled Tai Chi as a low-impact, lifetime exercise with evidence-based benefits. This ancient Chinese martial art has been shown to help decrease stress while helping the body maintain [...]

Rugby
(Middle School)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:37+00:00 September 19th, 2016|6-8 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, Middle School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Katie Pennamped & Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Boland Design: Jennifer Truong Games that resemble Rugby appear as far back in history as 300 BC in Greece. The modern version of the sport was created at Rugby School in Rugby, Warwickshire (England) in the 19th Century. This recreational game of the early 1800’s was first [...]

Circus Arts
(Middle School)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:37+00:00 August 26th, 2016|6-8 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, Middle School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Piper Cronin and Aaron Hart Special Contributions: Deedi Boland Design: Jennifer Truong Since the existence of Ancient Rome, the circus has been associated with entertaining the population with acts of athletic ability. The modern circus is believed to have originated in England in the 1700s. Cavalry officer Philip Astley is said to have set up [...]

Instant Activities
(Secondary 6-12)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:37+00:00 July 20th, 2016|6-8 Tools for Teaching, 9-12 Tools for Teaching, Curriculum Resources, High School PhysEd Modules, Middle School PhysEd Modules|

Created by: Aaron Hart, Jim DeLine, Elyse Loughlin, Lori Dunn, Brandon Herwick, Kevin Reinisch, Charla Parker Krahnke Special Contributions: Deedi Boland Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart Physical educators know and understand the need to get students active and engaged as soon as they enter the PE classroom. This collection of instant activities serves to help teachers get [...]

Dance
(Primary K-2)

By | 2017-06-04T14:38:37+00:00 May 10th, 2016|K-2 Games for Teaching…, K-2 Physical Education Modules|

Created by: Brandon Herwick & Artie Kamiya Special Contributions: Elyse Loughlin, Aaron Hart, Deedi Boland, & Jenna Knapp Design: Jennifer Truong Dance has been a part of the human experience since before the birth of the earliest civilizations. Young children love to move to music, and that joy provides an important opportunity to nurture the value of [...]