This book provides exciting and various ways to incorporate pins into any lesson you are teaching. 50 ways to use pins lets the students be physically active while experiencing a whole new way of... More > learning using only pins. This book contains activities, games, fitness routines, warm-ups, sport specifics, and basic skills that can be incorporated into any physical education unit using pins. The activities cover things like muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. Change the way you teach, be creative, and get pinned with all this book has to offer.< Less
In this day of financial cut backs and tighter school budgets it is important to maximize the use of your equipment. Some of the simple pieces you may already have or are considering to purchase may... More > have untapped potential for use in your lessons. We have come up with an easy guide of 100 creative uses for your gym mats. Some of these maybe things you have already done, but we are also confident that the ideas in this book will give you many more ways to use something that is already sitting in your gym and you forget about most of the time. This guide can also be used with the book Classroom Complexes, and 50 Ways to Use Pins in Physical Education.
It’s time to unlock new lessons and games that will challenge and charge your students with new found energy and excitement with some old standard P.E. equipment.< Less
A new form of Physical Education! Secure your Future and discover the best life insurance policy--Exercise, it's free! The Classroom Complexes uses a guided discovery type of learning approach for... More > those students who want to challenge themselves in all classroom subjects, especially in Physical Education. With simple objectives, clear instructions, and basic illustrations these activities build upon each other. There are no limits or order of how you construct the activities, but simply the fact that it’s done in manner that can challenge the student. Looking to find activities to develop a survivor type of challenge in your class? There are many partner and individual games, activities and skills that tested many areas of strength for our students. Some of these strengths dealt with problem solving, balance, coordination, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and communication skills. Don't throw away what you are teaching, just change the way you teach it!< Less