Gymnastics Station Activities for PE Class |Printable Task Cards|Quick View

Gymnastics Station Activities for PE Class |Printable Task Cards|

In this pack is a PDF with 14 Awesome Printable Gymnastics Station Activity Signs Note: These are also available as a bundle with my 4 Week Gymnastics Unit Plan I use these stations as the culminating activity for my gymnastics unit. Included in the pack is a link to a video walk through of my setup and tips for success when using stations. These signs will give your students great visuals, directions and help them stay on task at the different station activities. Station Signs Include: - Single Balances - Rolling - Vaulting - Partner Balances - Animal Travels - Jumping and Landing - Balance Beam - Cartwheel - Workout - Travelling (any way you want) - Rock Wall - Rope Swing - Rope Climb - Create a Sequence Just print and you're good to go. I hope your students enjoy these activities as much as mine have! Have Fun and Teach On! Ben Blogger, resource creator and community builder at ThePEspecialist.com
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Gymnastics "Create Your Own Routine" WorksheetQuick View

Gymnastics "Create Your Own Routine" Worksheet

I created this resource to use as a visual aid to help my 3rd - 5th grade students create a Gymnastics Routine. It's a worksheet where they can draw or describe the different components of their gymnastics routine in order. Note: This resource is also available as a bundle with my 4 Week Gymnastics Unit Plan (available in my store) We usually spend about 2 weeks learning the basic skills (balancing, jumping and landing, travelling) and then I give them an entire class to create a routine on this worksheet and perform it by the end of class. Also included - an optional rubic if you want to grade the routines and tips and common refinements for the activity Another good resource to go along with this is my 25 Single Balancing Challenges Have Fun and Teach On! Ben Blogger, resource creator and community builder at ThePEspecialist.com
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4 Week Gymnastics Unit Sample for PE Class |Teacher Resource Pack|Quick View

4 Week Gymnastics Unit Sample for PE Class |Teacher Resource Pack|

This is a teacher resource pack with everything you need to teach an AWESOME gymnastics unit to your students. Included are 5 main components: 4 Week Unit Sample This 22 page document is straight from my clipboard to yours. My refined, tried and tested lessons. Each lesson is aligned to SHAPE America’s Grade Level Outcomes and the National PE Standards. Each lesson is very detailed and packed with ideas and value to help you plan your next unit. *Please note - this unit is based on once a week PE, but can easily be modified to fit your specific situation 25 Awesome Balance Challenges E-Book This E-book includes 25 Single Balance Task Cards that can be printed or projected on a screen to give your students a visual to try and replicate when working on balancing. All task cards are color coded into 3 different difficulty levels for easy sorting and teaching with differentiation to all skill levels. *also available separately at my store 25 Awesome Balancing Challenges Poster Digital copy of a poster with all 25 balances on one page to be printed for your gym wall Create Your Own Routine Student Worksheet A printable worksheet that guides your students in creating their own gymnastics routine. It’s a great student portfolio piece and also comes with rubric if you want to use it as an assessment. *Also available separately at my store Gymnastics Station Signs 14 printable station signs to allow your students the freedom to work on their gymnastics skills independently while you give feedback and assess student skills. *Also available separately at my store This is by far one of my most popular resources - I hope you find it helpful! Have Fun and Teach On! Ben Blogger, resource creator and community builder at ThePEspecialist.com
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Gymnastic stations for PE - Complete skill activities & Lesson plans (grade 3-6)Quick View

Gymnastic stations for PE - Complete skill activities & Lesson plans (grade 3-6)

Gymnastic stations for PE – A complete sport unit with over 60 activities for the trampoline, wedge, bars, floor mats, beams and more. This grade 3-6 Gymnastic Stations pack will provide you with the perfect plan to develop your students’ gymnastic abilities (shapes, balances, supports, rotations & ground work). Working from the ground up, you’ll be able to confidently teach these key fundamentals - Simply setup the stations, and your kids focus on a specific skill, before rotating around to the next station. At the end of the session, your students can perform what they’ve learnt to the rest of the class! Every lesson, the activity at each station progresses and varies, giving the opportunity for the students to confidently explore their bodies and achieve new personal goals – and you’ll be teaching sports-coach level gymnastics with ease! You’ll be equipped with: 10-week structured lesson program Week by week, progress your students through the skills and build on the previous lessons to develop them all round in their abilities. Each lesson plan provides a fun warm up game, stretching routine, and easy-to-follow setup and teaching instructions for the stations. Specific equipment activities Every station of equipment has a collection of clear ‘how-to-teach’ specific skills for the: › Trampoline/vault › Wedge › Bars › Floor mats › Beams › Miscellaneous With this complete set of activities, you can also quickly and easily adapt and put together your own unit of gymnastics to suit your class and their aptitude. *Note – sports/gymnastic equipment required: • mini trampoline/vault • crash/landing mat • wedge, and softer boxes • Freestanding bars • 10 floor mats • beam/thin sports bench • cones, hoops, hurdles Assessments You’ll get assessment sheets with a detailed rationale/breakdown of each element area for you to grade your students. **BONUS** – access to online station vidoes You’ll also have access to the online Youtube video playlists for each station – Here you’ll be able to watch each station in action, see what the skill looks like, and see how to explain it/teach it to your class - You can even play it to your kids before you start to make it even easier for you! This unit has been put together after years of experience, working specifically in teaching elementary gymnastics to grades K-6 in many schools. * Note – This grade 3-6 pack is similar to the grade K-3 pack, just with a few minor station variations and adaptations to suit to correct age level. Prime Coaching – Game-changing sport lessons. Feel free to contact for any questions and further support at danny@primecoachingsport.com
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Gymnastic stations for PE - Complete skill activities & Lesson plans (grade K-3)Quick View

Gymnastic stations for PE - Complete skill activities & Lesson plans (grade K-3)

Gymnastic stations for PE – A complete sport unit with over 60 activities for the trampoline, wedge, bars, floor mats, beams and more This K-3 Gymnastic Stations pack will provide you with the perfect plan to develop your students’ gymnastic abilities (shapes, balances, supports, rotations & ground work). Working from the ground up, you’ll be able to confidently teach these key fundamentals - Simply setup the stations, and your kids focus on a specific skill, before rotating around to the next station. At the end of the session, your students can perform what they’ve learnt to the rest of the class! Every lesson, the activity at each station progresses and varies, giving the opportunity for the students to confidently explore their bodies and achieve new personal goals – and you’ll be teaching sports-coach level gymnastics with ease! You’ll be equipped with: 10-week structured lesson program Week by week, progress your students through the skills and build on the previous lessons to develop them all round in their abilities. Each lesson plan provides a fun warm up game, stretching routine, and easy-to-follow setup and teaching instructions for the stations. Specific equipment activities Every station of equipment has a collection of clear ‘how-to-teach’ specific skills for the: › Trampoline/vault › Wedge › Bars › Floor mats › Beams › Miscellaneous With this complete set of activities, you can also quickly and easily adapt and put together your own unit of gymnastics to suit your class and their aptitude *Note – sports/gymnastic equipment required: • mini trampoline/vault • crash/landing mat • wedge, and softer boxes • Freestanding bars • 10 floor mats • beam/thin sports bench • cones, hoops, hurdles Assessments You’ll get assessment sheets with a detailed rationale/breakdown of each element area for you to grade your students **BONUS** – access to online station vidoes You’ll also have access to the online Youtube video playlists for each station – Here you’ll be able to watch each station in action, see what the skill looks like, and see how to explain it/teach it to your class - You can even play it to your kids before you start to make it even easier for you! This unit has been put together after years of experience, working specifically in teaching elementary gymnastics to grades K-6 in many schools. * Note – This grade K-3 pack is similar to the grade 3-6 pack, just with a few minor station variations and adaptations to suit to correct age level. Prime Coaching – Game-changing sport lessons. Feel free to contact for any questions and further support at danny@primecoachingsport.com
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Dance History-Legends in Dance-Jerome RobbinsQuick View

Dance History-Legends in Dance-Jerome Robbins

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the American Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History - Legends in Dance - Martha GrahamQuick View

Dance History - Legends in Dance - Martha Graham

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the American Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History - History of American Jazz DanceQuick View

Dance History - History of American Jazz Dance

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the American Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Athlete Quotes With Biography Graphic OrganizerQuick View

Athlete Quotes With Biography Graphic Organizer

28 athletes from different eras, sports, and backgrounds on posters with inspirational quotes! Includes a 3-page biography graphic organizer to turn this into a research project for any age! Comes in PNG and PDF files. Learn more below. In this set, you get the following athletes with quotes. You also get a biography worksheet so you can turn this into a research project if you like. • Andre the Giant – Professional wrestler • Danica Patrick – Stock race car driver • David Beckham – Champion soccer player • The Fabulous Moolah – Professional wrestler • Garry Kasparov – Chess grandmaster • Greg Louganis – Olympic gold medalist in diving • Ichiro Suzuki – Baseball player • Jackie Robinson – 1st African-American to play in Major League Baseball • Jeff Gordon – Champion stock car driver • Jesse Owens – Track & field gold medalist • Joe Louis – Longest reigning heavyweight boxing champion • Kacy Catanzaro – gymnast, obstacle course athlete • Katie Ledecky - Olympic gold medalist in swimming • Lindsey Vonn – Champion Alpine skier • Lisa Leslie – 3-time basketball MVP • Mia Hamm – World Cup soccer champion • Michael Jordan – 5-time basketball MVP • Michael Phelps – Swimmer, most decorated Olympian • Michelle Kwan – Most decorated figure skater in U.S. history • Muhammad Ali – Boxing Champion, civil right activist • Peyton Manning – NFL quarterback • Roberto Clemente – One of 1st Latin American baseball stars • Roger Federer – Tennis champion • Serena Williams – Tennis champion • Simone Biles - Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics • Usain Bolt - Olympic gold medalist in track & field sprinting • Wayne Gretzky – Champion hockey player • Wilma Rudolph - Olympic gold medalist in track & field sprinting You get 28 posters in 8.5 x 11 size. You get each poster in a high-quality PNG format and a PDF with all of the posters in the PDF. This all comes in a zip file. Use your school's poster maker to best blow these up.
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Dance History - Legends in Dance - George BalanchineQuick View

Dance History - Legends in Dance - George Balanchine

This is part of a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozens of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the American Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History - Legends in Dance - Vaslov NijinskiQuick View

Dance History - Legends in Dance - Vaslov Nijinski

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History - Legends in Dance - LuigiQuick View

Dance History - Legends in Dance - Luigi

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History - History of American TapQuick View

Dance History - History of American Tap

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the American Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History-Legends in Dance- Bob FosseQuick View

Dance History-Legends in Dance- Bob Fosse

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History-Legends in Dance-Wayne CilentoQuick View

Dance History-Legends in Dance-Wayne Cilento

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History - Legends in Dance - Alvin AileyQuick View

Dance History - Legends in Dance - Alvin Ailey

This is part of a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozens of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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PE Poster: Station Expectations- Elementary School VersionQuick View

PE Poster: Station Expectations- Elementary School Version

WHAT SHOULD I DO AT EACH P.E. STATION? This colorful “PE Station Expectation” poster (elementary school) serves as a visual checklist for your students to view as they travel to a movement, PE skill or gymnastic/dance station during a typical PE class. Teachers can initially go over the poster at the beginning of a school year or at the start of a unit of study to reinforce station expectations and the posters can then remain to serve as a reminder for students as they READ, MOVE AND LEARN!!! The inspiration for this visual came from a “Station Expectation” photo posted on the PE Central Facebook page from Jenni Peters, a PE teacher from Massachusetts. The poster (in 5 colors) displays 7 PE station expectations that will help instill student understanding and control. Each statement includes a corresponding, color matching checkoff button and a kid-friendly, eye-catching graphic. The posters are in a Zip folder with 2 Formats- PDF and JPEG (originally set for 8 ½ by 11 sheets) but they can easily be copied on a school or store Poster-Maker to convert to a large sized poster. You can then place it inside your gym or playing area for your students to see and for you to reference while you teach your daily physical education lessons. This Physical Education Poster is designed for all ages but is best suited for students from Kindergarten to 6th Grade
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PE Poster: Station Expectations- Middle and High School VersionQuick View

PE Poster: Station Expectations- Middle and High School Version

WHAT SHOULD I DO AT EACH P.E. STATION? This colorful “PE Station Expectation” poster (middle/high school) serves as a visual checklist for your students to view as they travel to a movement, PE skill or gymnastic/dance station during a typical PE class. Teachers can initially go over the poster at the beginning of a school year or at the start of a unit of study to reinforce station expectations and the posters can then remain to serve as a reminder for students as they READ, MOVE AND LEARN!!! The inspiration for this visual came from a “Station Expectation” photo posted on the PE Central Facebook page from Jenni Peters, a PE teacher from Massachusetts. The poster (in 5 colors) displays 7 PE station expectations that will help instill student understanding and control. Each statement includes a corresponding, color matching checkoff button and a kid-friendly, eye-catching graphic. The posters are in a Zip folder with 2 Formats- PDF and JPEG (originally set for 8 ½ by 11 sheets) but they can easily be copied on a school or store Poster-Maker to convert to a large sized poster. You can then place it inside your gym or playing area for your students to see and for you to reference while you teach your daily physical education lessons. This Physical Education Poster is designed for all ages but is best suited for students from 6th to 12th Grade
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25 Single Balancing Challenges E-book and Task CardsQuick View

25 Single Balancing Challenges E-book and Task Cards

Included in this download is a 30 page E-book with 25 different single balances that you can have students try. Also, you will receive a PDF and JPEG version of a poster with all 25 Single Balances on it to display on your wall, projector, TV or smartboard. It also includes tips for success and common refinements to use during the activity. Note: This book is also available as a bundle with my 4 Week Gymnastics Unit Plan (in my TES Store) How I use this resource: Show students the balances starting with the easiest and moving up to the more advanced balances - Either by printing this guide or projecting it on a TV or screen. Play music and allow students to try to hold the balance for a specific amount of time or longer As students are trying the balances, play some music and walk around and offer feedback. Stop the class every few minutes or so and talk about group refinements and have an exemplar student give an example of their balance and discuss why it looks so good. Note: Balances are all color coded for level of difficulty, Green (easy) Yellow (medium) and Red (hard) Have Fun and Teach On! Ben Blogger, resource creator and community builder at ThePEspecialist.com
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Dance History-Legends in Dance -Michael BennettQuick View

Dance History-Legends in Dance -Michael Bennett

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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Dance History-Legends in Dance-Honi ColesQuick View

Dance History-Legends in Dance-Honi Coles

This is a series of worksheet packets that I created for dance history and musical theater classes. I have dozen of figures from jazz, tap, ballet, modern, and musical theater figures. I developed these packets as a teaching tool for my students as there was no textbook for high school dance history acceptable for our program. These are written at the high school level, appropriate for most students in reading and comprehension. They are perfect for the Common Core Close Reading requirements. The packets are sourced and standard notated. They include questions. They work well as individual work, and small group work. We class correct then use the key questions for future reference. I follow up these packets with video clips of the particular artists and reflection questions. It helps the students connect the figure with the style of choreography. Perfect for introducing a pioneer in each genre and appropriate to leave for subs and group work too.
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