To increase physical activity in schools
Students will participate in activities supervised by school staff whilst following all instructions given, observing safety rules set by school and written into the curriculum, and reflecting good sportsmanship.
Read each fairy tale (or a synopsis) from a picture book for grades PreK-K-1. Give synopsis for each one to higher grades to remind them of details of each story. Note: challenge students in grades 1-12 to come up with other physical activities based on other fairy tales, using clever names; mother goose poems; super heroes, film villains, etc. individually or in groups. There will be a competition for the best idea and prizes for individual classrooms.
Each activity should be recorded using graphs in ppt. or tables in google docs, etc. Help students create their own individual charts online (if possible) or offline (if school does not have the technology). Instruct students to learn how to record their scores and assist each student that needs more guidance individually and/or pair them with a student that's proficient. The five fitness games (5 points each possible)
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The resources in this bundle cover a variety of subjects and engage students in activities that help them make the leap from vacation to education by allowing them to move about and explore a variety of subjects as they get acclimated to school again or for the first time with the youngest students. There are games based on fairy tales characters and Pokemon Go, for example that will help students who've been out of a classroom all summer to gradually adjust to school climate. There are also mechanisms embedded that allow teachers to get information about how students think, their preferences, their learning styles, and their interests. One resource gives teachers a way to establish a relationship with both students and parents while learning about the needs of each student. Since activitities are coupled with instruction, these resources will help with the transition from having fun playing games to learning while playing fun games.
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