Keeping practice fun is extremely important. Coaches often erroneously feel that learning sport skills is incompatible with fun, and thus problems arise.
Learn how to provide the experiences that help students succeed in a much broader sense than is usually associated with a physical education class.
Teaching Children Physical Education-3rd Edition
George Graham shares the tips he uses to build positive feelings in physical education.
Chicken and Noodle Games
Written by game masters John Byl, Herwig Baldauf, Pat Doyle, and Andy Raithby; this book is your ticket to promoting fun and active participation for all involved.
Youth Strength Training eBook
Considering a youth strength training program? Important information to read before you do.
Early Steps Physical Education Curriculum
Learn physical education teaching methods for preschool and early elementary school students.
Dance Units for Middle School
As research continues to confirm the link between participation in the arts and academic achievement, more school systems are adding dance to the middle school experience. However, hiring a full-time dance education�certified teacher may not be in the budget initially or at all.
Physical Education for Lifelong Fitness 3rd Edition eBook
For goal setting to be effective, teachers must demonstrate that goals are important so that students learn how to set appropriate goals. Time must be provided in class for evaluation and reestablishment of new goals. Teachers can help students identify fitness areas that they need to develop.
Complete Guide to Primary Swimming
Having completed unit 4, Face in the Water, learners should be comfortable moving in the water, participating in games and fun activities, having their faces in the water and having water in their mouths.
Complete Guide to Primary Swimming eBook
As you begin your swimming programme, it is useful to establish a few principles that help you to formulate your ideas on how to approach the task in hand.