Physical Education/Health


  • Rock Paper Scissors

    This Kindergarten through 5th grade activity puts a physical twist on the traditional game, rock, paper, scissors! Students get into pairs to play rock, paper, scissors. However, in this game the person who does not win the match is rewarded with exercise by doing activities such as star jumps or jumping jacks depending on the round (there are 3 rounds). Throughout the game, all students move while playing by doing things such as jogging to the cadence and using their feet instead of hands to play the game in different rounds. This lesson focuses largely on psychomotor and affective skills.

    Grades: K-5
  • Rock Paper Scissors Lesson Plan

    This lesson puts a physical twist on the traditional game, rock, paper, scissors! Students get into pairs to play rock, paper, scissors. However, in this game the person who does not win the match is rewarded with exercise by doing activities such as star jumps or jumping jacks depending on the round (there are 3 rounds). Throughout the game, all students move while playing by doing things such as jogging to the cadence and using their feet instead of hands to play the game in different rounds. This lesson focuses largely on psychomotor and affective skills

    Grades: K-5
  • Season Fitness

    In this Kindergarten through 5th grade video, students have fun in fitness as they follow along with their teacher to perform various exercises and stretches found in the different seasons. Doingactivities like playing baseball and cross-country skiing, students learn about the varyingseasons and a variety of seasonal physical activities.  This lesson focuses primarily on psychomotor skills.

    Grades: K-5
  • Season Fitness Lesson Plan

    In this lesson, students have fun in fitness as they follow along with their teacher to perform various exercises and stretches found in the different seasons. Doing activities like playing baseball and cross-country skiing, students learn about the varying seasons and a variety of seasonal physical activities.  This lesson focuses primarily on psychomotor skills.

    Grades: K-5
  • Meet My Muscles- Lower Body

    This 3rd through 5th grade video depicts students following along with their teacher to learn about lower body muscles. Students learn about muscles such as the gluteal and hamstring and how to give them a good stretch and exercise. This lesson engages students using psychomotor and cognitive skills. 

    Grades: 3-5
  • Meet My Muscles- Lower Body Lesson Plan

    This lesson depicts students following along with their teacher to learn about lower body muscles. Students learn about muscles such as the gluteal and hamstring and how to give them a good stretch and exercise. This lesson engages students using psychomotor and cognitive skills.

    Grades: 3-5
  • Meet My Muscles- Upper Body

    Following along with their teacher, students learn about the various upper body muscles we have such as the bicep and pectoral muscles and learn how to give them a good stretch and exercise. This lesson engages students in 3rd-5th grade and focuses on psychomotor and cognitive skills. 

    Grades: 3-5
  • Meet My Muscles- Upper Body Lesson Plan

    Following along with their teacher, students learn about the various upper body muscles we have such as the bicep and pectoral muscles and learn how to give them a good stretch and exercise. This lesson engages students by focusing on psychomotor and cognitive skills.

    Grades: 3-5
  • Brain Break- I See Sports

    In this 3rd through 5th grade brain break video, students act out different movements, using their psychomotor skills, found in sports. The teacher will cue the students by calling out various actions done in sports such as dribbling a soccer ball that the student will the act out. This activity focuses mainly on psychomotor skills. 

    Grades: 3-5
  • Brain Break- I See Sports Lesson Plan

    In this brain break lesson, students act out different movements, using their psychomotor skills, found in sports. First, the teacher says “I see”, then the students respond with “what do you see?” and finally the teacher reply’s with “I see…” and an action in a sport such as dribbling a soccer ball that the student will the act out. This activity focuses mainly on psychomotor skills.

    Grades: 3-5

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