Category Archives: Physical Education

16
Mar

Dr. Seuss Birthday in PE

Posted by Physical Education

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904 in Massachusetts. Geisel wrote under the pen name Dr. Seuss, and his beloved children’s books continue to inspire kids as well as adults. He would have been the iconic children’s … Continue reading

16
Mar

3rd Level Ice Skating

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3rd Level Ice Skating Lessons at Tam-O-Shanter In January, the third graders took ice skating lessons at Tam-O-Shanter. A bus transported the students to the arena for an hour-long session for four weeks. Ice skating is great exercise at anytime … Continue reading

22
Feb

Red Ribbon Week

Posted by West Side Montessori

Written by 6th Level students During the month of February, we studied the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco in health class. So for Red Ribbon Week (Feb. 22-26) we have a week full of fun activities to help celebrate that we … Continue reading

14
Jan

Why Crossing the Midline Activities Can Help Your Child Listen

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Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher  

14
Jan

Is Sitting Bad for Children?

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GET INFORMED Is Sitting Bad for Children Too? We all have heard that sitting too long is detrimental to our health. However, most studies look at the effects of sitting times on adults in the work environment, not how it’s … Continue reading

14
Jan

3Rd Level Ice Skating

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3rd Level Ice Skating Dates and Time January 15, 22, 29. Time-12:30-2:00 Students Need: Helmet, long socks, warm clothes. Parents are welcome to come!

23
Sep

Sharpen Math Skills in PE and at Home

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Fun Activities For Kids of All Ages Here are a few ideas I have started to incorporate in physical education classes to help increase students math skills that you can also do at home. #1- Foxtail Ball Addition-(to create a fox’s … Continue reading