Use lesson plans that are classroom developed and tested by a physical and health educator with more than 30 years of experience teaching at the middle and high school levels.
Early Steps Physical Education Curriculum eBook
Explore the a physical education lesson plan for preschool and early elementary school children.
Innovative Tools for Health Education
Students can gain a better understanding of what the inside of the body looks like by placing the organs in the correct spots.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies eBook
A strong foundation is critical to sustaining many things, including wellness initiatives. Before building additions onto your existing wellness initiative or program, go back to the basics and ensure that your foundation is solid.
Perceptual-Motor Activities for Children With Web Resource
Educators who want to help children develop to their full potential must educate the whole child by addressing physical, mental, and emotional needs. Many programs at elementary schools focus on academic and emotional development, but how many address children�s physical development?
Teaching Healthy Lifestyles in Middle School PE eBook
The five components of fitness should form an integral part of your physical education program.
Affirmations are powerful, succinct statements of things we want to have happen in our lives.
Sport First Aid-5th Edition
The key to prevention is balancing all the factors that influence body temperature so that the body temperature stays within a safe range.
Enhancing Children's Cognition With Physical Activity Games
Team Bowling may not sound like a game requiring even moderate physical activity. However, this game not only elicits some vigorous physical activity, but also requires more complex skills found in sports such as basketball, soccer, and most notably, team handball.
Promoting Health and Academic Success
Discover School Breakfast Toolkit - Purpose: This toolkit, from the Food and Nutrition Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was developed to help schools assess current breakfast patterns and programs, calculate costs of implementing or changing breakfast programs, identify the type of meal service to provide to students, and create a marketing plan to engage and sustain a customer base.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Health Marketing is announcing an update to CDC’s Web site for tweens (ages 9 - 13). The BAM! Web site has been updated to included 2009 H1N1 flu information. Please take a look at the Body and Mind (BAM!) Web site at http://www.bam.gov and http://www.bam.gov/site_flukrew.html and help get the word out to educators about flu prevention and youth.
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