NASPE's Teacher Toolbox
NASPE's Teacher Toolbox shares ideas for promoting your quality physical education, physical activity, or youth sports program. Every month will feature activity ideas that meet the national standards, elementary and secondary fitness calendars for you to send home with your students, bulletin board ideas, puzzles and games, information about the nation's health observances, and the newest resource materials.
Print Sports Awards.com
Welcome to the free web based printing service that will allow you to print out any sports award in just a few simple steps. You can use those awards for all official and unofficial competitions or gatherings you organize.
How much exercise do you need?
Physical Activity for Everyone from the Center for Disease Control. Includes information on The President's Challenge. Beginning March 20, you can win awards for staying active - and track your progress along with kids across America.
Daily Exercise Chart
Preschool lesson plans.
Happy Feet, Healthy Food Kids' Club
Happy Feet, Healthy Food Kids' Club is an after-school program. Its mission is to help children develop the love of everyday habits which include physical exercise and healthy eating. During each 10-week session (fall and spring), children keep track of their own progress through a journal "log-book" and also work to reach group goals. Great ideas and printable worksheets if you do not have a program in your area.
America's move to raise a healthier generation of kids.
Fitness and Kids
Free downloads: -Kids physical fitness activity chart- Activity chart for kids -Blank chart to track your activity level Help track your activity level with your own activities.
The President's Challenge
The President's Challenge is a program that encourages all Americans to make being active part of their everyday lives. No matter what your activity and fitness level, the President's Challenge can help motivate you to improve.
The President's Challenge Activity Log
You have to record your activities to earn awards in the President's Challenge.
How to Devil Stick
Devil stick manipulation is a form of gyroscopic juggling, or equilibristics and is generally considered to be one of the 'circus arts'. The name, "Devil Stick" most likely comes from a confusion of 'diabolo' (to toss across) with 'diablo', or devil. Sometimes called "devil-sticking" other terms often used are: "twirling", "sticking" and "stick juggling".
Ancient Egyptian tomb paintings show people juggling. Juggling develops hand-eye coordination and keeps the kids amused for hours. Give it a try!
I Can Juggle Kids Page
Take a ride through the world of Juggling: Juggling Information Service, International Jugglers Association, Juggling Festivals, Juggling Help, Juggling Software, Interviews with Jugglers, A Juggling Success Story, and the Juggling Hall of Fame
Physical Activity Resources
A resource from the National Dairy Council
PE Basketball Lesson Plan
A sixty minute lesson to improve basketball dribbling skills
Full of excellent articles that can be reviewed by mom before using; because this is a secular site, not all content is useful to Christians who choose to teach their children to respond in a wise way.
PE Lesson Plan and Activity Page -
Start with the ABC's of PE, found under Lesson Plans, and take off from there. There is too much to list in this small space, but if you want the big list, click on the Overview link & see the hundreds of lesson plans, activities, and sports rules all listed.
Jump into the story
Children will learn how they can use their bodies to act out situations or to tell a story. For younger and middle students
Dairy Council of CA
Online interactive games for everyone; free resources for educators in CA