Joe Reed- Abingdon HPE at Home

Throughout the course of the next several weeks, I will be posting 3 weekly exercises for my students to do at home. It is important that students have opportunities to maintain a healthy spirit, mind, and body! Lessons will focus on both health (energy balance) and physical education.

Stay Active!

Mr. Reed
March 16-21 Activities:
* Lesson 1: What does 2000 calories look like?
* Lesson 2   Five Minute Warm Up
* Lesson 3 Skip Count Challenge

 

Resources/Websites

Try some of the interactive activities on the following websites: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/keephealthy.html

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/healthgrowth.html

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/movinggrowing.html

http://www.cookie.com/kids/games/human-body.html

Websites for yoga, mindfulness and aerobicsThis is great for year 1-6 students

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Born to Move

Handouts To Do at Home

K

Color the Picture

Grade 1

Create a Shareable Lunch 

Grade 2

Activity Tracking Exercise Sheet

Grade 3

Deck of Cards Fitness

Grade 4

Fitness Uno

Grade 5

Home Activity Log

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PE Home Learning

 

  1. Find a “you tube” clip or photos of your favorite sport/team.
  2. Create a poster or powerpoint (computer/paper your choice)Include the following:
    1. Pictures of the team/sport,
    2. Rules
    3. Player profiles

Physical Activity (wherever possible)

  1. First work out your resting heart rate– you can count your heart rate by just taking you pulse on your wrist or neck. Count for 20 seconds then multiply it by 3 to see what it would be for a minute.
  2. Work out your Maximum heart Rate Calculation is 220-age= max heart rate per minute

Ideas to increase your heart rate:

  1. run
  2. jump
  3. jumping jacks
  4. hop
  5. skip,
  6. bike
  7. jog in place
  8. mountain climbers
  9. frog jumps
  10. Basketball -shooting or passing with a parent/sibling or against a wall

See how long it takes you to get close to your maximum – you can count your heart rate by just taking you pulse on your wrist or neck. Count for 20 seconds then multiply it by 3 to see what it would be for a minute.

 

 

Courses

  • Physical Education - Grade 1
  • Physical Education - Pre-Kindergarten
  • Physical Education - Kindergarten
  • Physical Education - Grade 4
  • Physical Education - Grade 5
  • Physical Education - Grade 3