Personal goals are essential in nearly every aspect of life. Help your students in grades K-8 understand that value as they apply it to PE. This lesson plan includes specific learning activities and a chart for students to chart their progress.
Teaching Students to Go for Their Goals
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Every PE class should begin with warm up activities; they prepare the body for activity and are an excellent opportunity to improve your students’ speed and agility. Focusing on them increases success in sports and reduces likeliness of injury, regardless of your students’ skill levels. The following warm up activities are designed to enhance your students’ speed and agility [...]