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Parkade Elementary - Intro to PE Distance Learning Letter
At Home PE Lesson Content, Activities, & Challenges to Keep You Learning and Staying Active
I hope you are doing well and becoming more familiar with distance learning. I know we are all trying to do our best during this time of uncertainty. We are all in this together!
The goal of this page is to establish a common place for students and families to visit each week for new distance learning ideas, activities, and challenges to stay active and healthy while our school is closed. In order to meet physical education goals during this time students are encouraged to be active for 60 minutes, each day. Remember, activity time doesn't have to happen all at once. You can add up your total activity time throughout the day to equal 60 minutes. If you would like to track activity time here is a physical activity log if you're able to access a printer.
The content provided on this page will come from a variety of educational learning sources. You can also access a google drive folder I put together of additional physical activity and fitness resources here. In addition, you can access Physical Education Fitness Calendars for the months of April and May. Thank you to all the online physical educators and other education professionals for sharing resources to help students stay physically active and improve their skills.
REMINDER: Let us not forget the importance of reducing screen time and going and playing outside if able. Anytime you can complete any of the weekly content outdoors it is highly recommended. And speaking of going outside check out these two outdoor scavenger hunt challenges from another PE Teacher Family Scavenger Hunt #1 and Family Scavenger Hunt #2. Are you up for the challenge? How many tasks can you complete? Email Mr. Armstrong your completed sheet.
Alrighty, Panthers, make sure to STAY SAFE, HAVE FUN and BE CREATIVE. Let's do our best to keep ourselves active! See you soon, Coach Armstrong
TOGETHER WE GOT THIS
Weekly Lesson Content
Thank you to the following (listed below). If included below I have used one if not more of your resources on this page. Once again thank you!
Ross Chakrian - @Mr_C_PE
Kevin Tiller - @physedreview
Open Phys Ed - @OPENPhysEd
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