Adapted physical education
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Adapted physical education involves PE games and activities that have been modified to accommodate students with disabilities or who have gross motor delays.
Rachel LeMarier saved to Teaching
Watch as students learn fun games that can be adapted at any level! Check out more awesome videos on my page!Adapted Physical Education Activities and Games...
Eryn Moser saved to Camp Reach
This year, my coworker and I decided to have our students participate in stations that worked on pathways and directions. Pathways and directions are components of our Space Awareness Unit. These two components focused on TN standards “travels in five … Read More
Over the last few weeks, my primary students have been working on the concept of overhand throwing. Through various drills and lead up games
Karyn Misenheimer saved to PE-Throwing Games
A great fast paced game that infuses two levels of competition, running and throwing. Students are split into teams. Team members are number...
Sarah Honza saved to School Ideas
Teaching students who are blind or visually impaired a modified game of capture the flag | Perkins eLearning
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Kathy Eckley saved to Bulletin Boards
“We love this game Coach”! I love hearing my students tell me how much fun they had while they are exercising. Watching my students leave with a smile on their face and sweaty heads is their best way of saying … Read More
Brittany Ayers saved to PE
Locomotor City is a culminating activity PE teacher Kelly Brown plays with her K-2 students to reinforce and allow autonomy in their learning. The activity combines several skill practices and various important physical education elements into one collective activity.
Some tips and strategies to help you plan our your yearly curriculum and get a big picture view of what your year will look like.
Rachel Marie saved to Phys Ed