If you are looking for activities to include in your school’s STEM Night, or if you are just looking to add some STEM activities into your PE program, view the ideas below from PE teacher Jennie Graves. There are 4 activities she used for Family STEM Night at MSA West this year. The students loved the Rocket Launchers the best. The parents’ favorite was Air Flow! #physed #STEMnight
Thought this could be a fun way to implement a physical activity lesson that gets students moving and interacting with others. This activity relates to the health and physical education planned curriculum, focusing on the strand of movement competence: skills, concepts and strategies. Students get to spin the board and whatever it falls on he or she must complete the physical movement for a certain amount of time.
Welcome to the fourth post in our monthly series co-hosted by Spanish Playground: Learn Spanish and Kids Yoga through Books. The Kids Yoga Stories blog features books on a particular theme along with matching yoga sequences. On the Spanish Playground site, you’ll find the sequences in Spanish, along with other fun, creative activities to go along …
A - Act like a cat B - Bend at the knees C - Chair pose D - Dance E - Elephant steps F – Fly like a bird G - Gallop H – Hugs I - Itsy bitsy steps J – Jump K – Kick L – Leg lifts M – March N – Noisy steps O – Open and shut arms P – Pop up Q -Quiet hops R – Runs S -Side steps T – Turns U – Under momma’s legs V – Vacuum W – Wiggles X – “X” jumping jacks Y – Yoga (downward dog) Z – Zig zag steps