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Please feel free to share with students as well as teachers! -Coach Bradford I think this is a good source and that it will definitely help me stay fit during quarantine. One of the most important things you can do for you and your families mental health and physical health during this time is make sure you stay active and get at least the CDC recommended 60 minutes of activity each day. Hope this provides so answers. My favorite Physical Activity is pull up. This is such an amazing page of resources. Parents– I know you could probably use a “prep” period so this would be a perfect at home pe activity seeing it would take anywhere from 20-30 minutes to complete

Thanks for the kind words! You are a great teacher! You have absolutely helped relight the fire of creativity, dude thank you!

If you have the space to do fastest class then use the space. Coronavirus Memes are going wild, the NBA is cancelled and schools are closing all over the world and transitioning to E-Learning while students are stuck at home in quarantine. Hi there.

There are tons of ideas teachers can do virtually…hope this helps! You can find them at PE with Average Josh! Thank you for compiling them all in one place! Ever flipped through your family album and cringed at the pictures that were taken?

Wow, these are interesting times to be sure! You can also create the work out, save it, and send students the link. Can i introduce these to my children as well as techears ?

I hope this provides you some insight, if not, feel free to reach out again if you have questions. Hi I'm Tyler Gates, The founder and creator of P.E. I m a PE teacher in mid school at south korea. Sure I did R,P,S but there has to be something else out there. I’d love to send out some of these links but we are now being questioned on copyright laws. You can see a detailed breakdown of the entire process of making the videos and the animated GIFS at the post below: S.O.S. Do you find that some of the boys dislike this unit? Hi Ben, love your stuff and have been sort of following you for years – watching your presentation through connectedPE right now… do you have any regular P.E./skills/sport based resources that are more appropriate for high school? I knew you would help us out, I use your ideas all the time! I did exercise 20 minute by watching Your email address will not be published.

You can take that file and upload it to Google sites or Classroom for your students. The children are AT school IN their classrooms.

I just signed up as a member last week. What’s your record for the most number of hits without moving your feet? Sure thing – do the same.

Some of the challenges include: Design your own workout or dance routine. My middle schoolers call it the new #GamerWorkout lol. I created my Youtube Channel in 2015 to help other Physical Educators... Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), PE Games: Yoga Freeze Dance – Halloween Edition, Some type of ball that you can throw and catch, Painters tape, chalk, or something to be able to build a shape, Review overhand throwing – the biggest mistake kids make when overhand throwing is stepping with the same foot.

Gopher, the go-to source for P.E. We have done the Fastest Class Challenge the last few years. If you’d like to edit them yourself and put them on a protected school site for students you would need to do that yourself by downloading them in the Follow the Leader Videos section. Thanks for reaching out!

I’m finding everyone is pushing the fitness aspect. Any suggestion and thanks for all you do. Inspirational Character and Confidence Building Video Series: If you’re a PE Teacher looking for some resources, below are some helpful links and resources from other Teachers that might be helpful as you embark on the journey of figuring out what online PE is supposed to look like. If you can’t find resources you can adjust our site I suggest using social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) to connect with PE teachers at the high school level to see if they have resources that have been successful for them. Links and resources mentioned in the video below: If you don’t have internet you can print off or take a screenshot of some of the one page workouts at, they are all free and they have workouts that focus on pretty much every part of the body as well as full body workouts, so pick one that meets your interests and goals (check out the filter option to choose specific parts of the body or aspects of fitness to focus on): Sworkit: Free Customizable Follow Along Kids Workouts.