Awesome! I was wanting to use just one video or one video topic at a time for my at home pe activities. The pattern continues until one player messes up -- what usually happens is that someone forgets the sequence. What is the hardest item or body part to control the balloon with? Thank you so much for all of your amazing ideas and resources. Your follow a long videos are awesome! I’ve been teaching group PE virtually since March and my routine/videos were getting stale. Do you find that some of the boys dislike this unit? This is such an amazing page of resources. Can i introduce these to my children as well as techears ? For extra fun, set up an obstacle course in your yard. I had a question in regards to “how to” upload the custom workouts created to google sites or google classroom? If you have more people, you can try double dutch. This one's totally free -- no equipment needed! https://www.mother.ly/child/physical-education-activities-at-home © 2020 CNET, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. Hopscotch, like four-square, is inexpensive and easy to play. Third week just soccer skills, etc. On another week give just the link to the jump roping. So many great ideas to keep kids fit and learning over this stay at home. My middle schoolers call it the new #GamerWorkout lol. I have also spent a lot of the time during isolation creating my own youtube videos for my school too. When you’ve finished this week’s challenge we have plenty more for you to do here. When you buy through our links, we may get a commission. Thanks again so much man for all this! The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. So glad to hear that it’s been helpful! If you don't have four people, you can make up your own rules for two or three people -- honestly, just bat a ball around for 30 minutes and call it a day. The information is always outstanding and creative! I will not only use these for my class but for myself as well. Hi Ben, Enter your email address to be notified when we post new activities. I’m finding everyone is pushing the fitness aspect. There are always tons of fitness but after 4 weeks the kids are looking at me like really all we are doing is exercises. I’d love to send out some of these links but we are now being questioned on copyright laws. Glad the tools and resources are helpful as you prepare for distance learning. Glad you’re able to use the resources! The workout you create can be downloaded as a PDF file. -Coach Bradford This is highly relevent to our HPE programmes here in NZ. I did exercise 20 minute by watching http://www.sworkit.com. Please send links to things I can do – from home – with children in school – in their main classrooms – with no equipment. Thanks Anthony, glad you enjoy the resources. I think this is a good source and that it will definitely help me stay fit during quarantine. We’re encouraging kids who may be at home during self isolation to stay fit and active and so we’ve devised this mini series of challenge PE lessons that pupils can complete at home with parents or carers. As far as Earth Day resources, we don’t have specific resources pertaining to Earth Day. When they miss a line, they have to start over from the beginning. Player 1 then does two jumping jacks, two tuck jumps and two more repetitions of a new movement. You can't go wrong with any activity that involves throwing and catching. If you’d like to edit them yourself and put them on a protected school site for students you would need to do that yourself by downloading them in the Follow the Leader Videos section. When I was a kid, classic and simple outdoor games like four-square and hopscotch were staples in my after-school routine, but it's rare that I see kids playing outside in their yards today. However, some of the google drive links at the bottom are shared by other teachers. Love your stuff! I know if I give them the link to everything at once they will be overwhelmed with information. No school also means no PE class and no organized school sports, which means many kids won't get much physical activity, if any at all -- an unfortunate fact because exercise, especially play-oriented or task-oriented exercise, is critical for the physical, emotional and intellectual development of children. The videos we created are a paid product and we provide them as a whole resource. A deceivingly simple activity, crab-walking will leave anyone winded at the end of a 30-second bout. Just load up on some sidewalk chalk, draw configurations on the ground and get hopping. Sure I did R,P,S but there has to be something else out there. Set up a course in your home and have your kids race each other to the end. My suggestion would be to tailor anything you have/found toward an Earth Day theme. You could purchase some items to set up, such as outdoor balance beams, but you could also use any items you already have at home, as long as you don't mind if they get dirty. Links and resources mentioned in the video below: If you don’t have internet you can print off or take a screenshot of some of the one page workouts at Darebee.com, they are all free and they have workouts that focus on pretty much every part of the body as well as full body workouts, so pick one that meets your interests and goals (check out the filter option to choose specific parts of the body or aspects of fitness to focus on): Sworkit: Free Customizable Follow Along Kids Workouts.