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This invasion game is fast paced and can be easily modified for all grade levels. Teams are challenged to capture all the other teams cones!
Excerpts from a professional development workshop with elementary physical education teachers, this video takes you through a variety of cooperative challenges that may assist to establish and build relationships within your physical education program. Have you ever? 0:10 This is me! 0:52 Perimeter 1:23 Scarf Toss 1:47 Noodle Run 2:38 Down the Line 3:18 Fling it 3:49 Knuckles & Fives 5:10 Gotchya 7:19 Pipeline 8:16 RPS Celebration 8:43
Please watch this video to prepare yourself for the collab on Friday :)
Pirates! Fun elementary PE game. Cooperative activity.Description of the rules below! thanks for watching!! Divide the gym into four sections using cones or other dividers. Each area should represent a different color if possible Each section of the gym represents a pirate ship. On each pirate ship are two hula hoops. One is the "Capture area" and the other is the "treasure chest" with four pieces of treasure inside. Objective- Collect as much treasure as possible Rules: 1. You cannot be tagged if you are on your pirate ship 2. you can only tag others when you are on your pirate ship. 3. If you are tagged with a piece of treasure, you first roll the treasure back to the team it belongs to ( why it is important to color coordinate) and then go to the capture area of the team that tagged you. 4. Can only grab one piece of treasure at a time, no throwing or passing. 5. When you save someone from the capture area you get a free walk back (we do a fist bump and hold). 6. Cannot save someone AND grab treasure....One or the other 7. You can run through as many pirate ships as you need to, to return to your ship 8. Students may guard their treasure and or their capture areas, but can not stand inside of the hula hoops
Parkland School Division also promotes physical literacy and delivers on our Divisional goal of Culture of Wellness through our network of Health Champions at schools. A new resource is being developed designed to assist schools who may not have a Phys Ed specialist on staff. There are some great examples of Daily Physical Activity (DPA) happening all over Parkland School Division. Here's the latest from teacher Jennifer Foster from Woodhaven Middle School in Spruce Grove. Special thanks to the Grade 7,9 and 9 students at Woodhaven school for the demos.
The following video clip provides a number of challenges, engaging youth in movement with little equipment or set-up time required. Connections can certainly be made to both skill-related and health-related components of fitness. These are fantastic challenges can be implemented indoors and outdoors for both elementary and high school youth. . Enjoy challenging yourself and others!