KEEP YOUR STUDENTS MOVING AT HOME!!!
The PERFECT set for HOME-BASED FITNESS and activity during the Corona-virus Outbreak and Social Distance Situation!
The PE Distance Learning Series- 40 Fitness-Based Tasks packet is a FUN AND ACTIVE set of challenging task cards that students can use at home to stay active during times they are not at school or involved in an organized movement program. The cards make it EASY for students to first read and then perform a variety of ENGAGING fitness movements in small space environments. The movements provide ample opportunities for them to strengthen their bodies and burn excess calories while cooped up at home. Students need to MOVE their bodies in whatever environment they face!!
The cards can be used by a physical education teacher to send home to their students to help keep them active outside of school while subsequently addressing their PE standards. Classroom teachers can also send the visuals home to help promote movement as a “brain boost” between assigned academic tasks. The zip folder includes 3 formats that include PDF, JPG and PowerPoint.
The PE Distance Learning Series- 40 Fitness-Based Tasks are a very convenient and creative way for you to have your students move at home “with a purpose!” The task cards are very colorful with “top of the line” graphics and detailed instructions. Each fitness challenge card includes the following components: 1. Movement/Skill Identification, 2. Movement/Skill Graphic, 3. Rep Or Time Suggestion, 4. Detailed Description of the Movement/Skill, and 5. Tips for Success.
The Fitness-Based task cards are colorful, attractive and “kid friendly”. Students will enjoy the variation in movement and will love the animated pictures and descriptions/tips that accompany the desired actions!
Also included in the zip folder is the Optional PE Movement Activity Log (in Word or PDF) for students to record the tasks/movements they perform at home.
- Download the FITNESS-BASED TASK CARDS and extract from the Zip file
- Decide which format (PDF, JPG or PP) and number of cards (1 or 2 movements per page) fits your students’ needs best.
- Send an electronic version of the task cards to your students with personal instructions for use. This is dependent on your situation and the students you serve. You can break them up and send daily or weekly if you want to provide segmented lessons
- Send the optional PE Movement Activity Log (in Word or PDF) for students to record the tasks/movements they perform at home.