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Turkey Hop sounds like a simple game, but it will be incredibly challenging for the younger grade levels, as it requires learners to move in unison. I would suggest first the class practice in pairs, then in threes, fours and so on,...
Hop, skip, and jump your way to picking up letters for a word spelling scrabble game. Get a little aerobic conditioning in while having fun with words. Keep the game simple for the younger learners. You might try putting the letters face...
Who doesn't want to play tag? Here's a nice movement activity to keep your class running about practicing hopping, jumping, leaping, skipping and whatever motor skills your can think of. I like that the taggers are not "IT" forever, and...
Lead your class in practicing gross motor body movements. Put on some background music and lead them through hops, skips, jumps, leaps, and running in place. Think of animal movements and have them move like an elephant or slither like a...
A simple P.E. activity will get young athletes running, jumping, hopping, skipping, and crabwalking! These locomotor movement exercises are a great way to build up aerobic endurance. Your students will ask you to play this game again and...
Fifth graders practice jumping and landing skills in various situations. They jump inside cones, complete a two-foot standing jump, hop, leap, and run and jump. They play several games involving the different types of jumping.
Students match colors and sizes, and manipulate the plastic eggs to put them together. They stand along the perimeter of the gym with a partner. Students have an Easter basket as a pair. They are given a signal, the first person of each...
Students use locomotor movements, spatial awareness, and letter recognition. They play "Queen Bee of the Garden." Students perform locomotor movements (walk, jump, etc.) called by the teacher as a way to get around the garden.