Some challenges are individual, and some are about team work. Standards-based Games. It can be used to introduce and reinforce skills such as running, sliding, and leaping.
Here are a few ideas for when you’ve got a class ready for PE and absolutely no equipment.
... Gym class dodgeball is highly competitive, requires little equipment, and involves the whole class at once.
It's mission is simple: To make Physical Education teaching simple, fun and engaging. Fun Physical Education Games for High School Students. Many traditional games require little or no equipment and can be adapted for indoor or outdoor play.
The PE Shed was born on October 2016 to provide Physical Education resources to people all around the world. Our ideas were created in the classroom (gymnasium) and have been tested on real children!
Jumping Rope A staple of the baby boom generation’s childhood, recreational rope jumping largely declined in favor in recent years as youngsters spent more time … No equipment, no problem! We all know that sinking feeling when you realise you can’t find the PE shed key, or someone has “borrowed” all the footballs. Sometimes the best gym games are the ones you and the teens create.
... Kindergarten and Elementary school PE programs. High School PE Games for 11th & 12th Grades (who only want to play basketball!!!) Presenter: Laurie Knott VBCPS @ VA H&PA Institute July 2012 The rule of 3: o Can only move 3 steps before having to pass, dribble, or drop the ball o Can only possess the ball for 3 seconds after using your 3 steps o Can defend a player but must stay 3 feet away It focuses on Hopping, Skipping, and Jumping.
Weekly Challenges These challenges are designed to be posted at the beginning of each week in order to help to give your kids a fitness goal for their 5 days at school. Original PE Games.