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The Adventure Mile (Middle School)

Created by: Aaron Hart & Stephanie Herrick Special Contributions: Victor Spadaro, Isabella Orlando and Andrea Hart, RDN Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart OPEN and Rising New York Road Runners have joined forces to bring you The Adventure Mile for Middle School. This new instructional module provides over 100 pages of fitness running instructional tools with fun and cooperative learning [...]

Educational Gymnastics

Created by: Nichole Wilder Special Contributions: Andrea Hart Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart This module includes activities that are designed to develop movement concepts and body control. Educational gymnastics is not the same type of gymnastics seen on TV during the Olympics. It focuses on teaching introductory skills and concepts in a safe way related to traveling, balancing, [...]

OPEN 5k Your Way

Welcome! FREE Race Week Resources Customize Your Race Bib [Google Template] 5 Day Grit Journal [PDF Printable] Tag @OPENPhysEd on Twitter for a chance to WIN! NEW! - The Adventure Mile for Middle School The OPEN National Training Team will Lead By Example and participate in the 2022 OPEN 5K Your Way! Join the OPEN National Trainers as [...]

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Created by: Aaron Hart & Stephanie Herrick
Special Contributions: Victor Spadaro, Isabella Orlando and Andrea Hart, RDN
Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart OPEN and Rising New York Road Runners have joined forces to bring you The Adventure Mile for Middle School.

This new instructional module provides over 100 pages of fitness running instructional tools with fun and cooperative learning activities […]

Created by: Nichole Wilder
Special Contributions: Andrea Hart
Design: Jennifer Truong & Aaron Hart

This module includes activities that are designed to develop movement concepts and body control. Educational gymnastics is not the same type of gymnastics seen on TV during the Olympics. It focuses on teaching introductory skills and concepts in a safe way related to traveling, balancing, rolling, and the transfer […]

Every year, right around the holiday season, students start to fall into a frenzy of excitement, forget their impulse control basics, and can use a little physical education etiquette reminder. This winter-themed instant activity module was designed just for that. We’ve created 11 fun and engaging instant activities with social and emotional learning academic language posters focused on the CASEL […]

This module includes activities that are designed to develop and reinforce several locomotor and manipulative skills. All of the basic locomotor skills, static and dynamic balancing, as well as underhand tossing, rolling, and catching are addressed. Other learning outcomes are also addressed within the module’s activities.

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Reinforce responsibility, self-control, and the health-enhancing benefits of physical activity with this fun and engaging learning module.

The activities and resources in this module will help you celebrate fall while staying consistent with your rules, routines, and classroom expectations.

As you use free OPENPhysEd.org resources in your physical education classroom, support our work through your purchase of OPEN / US Games Equipment. […]

Build class routines with engaging Tabata Challenges designed to reinforce 3 simple classroom rules while building a positive learning environment.

1) Respect Self;  2) Respect Others;  3) Respect the Things We Use

Build on these simple rules to create a safe environment where students are empowered to explore physical activity and movement while building meaningful relationships with trusting adults and supportive peers.

As […]

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