– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – As the final installment of the series on managing large class sizes, I want to share an idea thatI recently revisited when using the Fun2Moov!® Locomotor Skills Assessment System.
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– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – As the second part in our series on classroom management, I discuss some essential concernsthat often impact children during transitions in and out of the physical education setting. Asmany of you know, managing large groups of children as they enter and exit the...
– Written By Dr. Timothy Davis – Going back to school after the holiday break can feel daunting. Especially for PhysicalEducation teachers whose class sizes (on a national average) exceed 40 students per class!Although SHAPE America recommends smaller class sizes, the reality is large class sizes...
If you are looking for a fun and engaging experience for your students, consider a Problem Based Learning (PBL) approach that promotes critical thinking, creativity, AND MOVEMENT!
Addressing behavioral challenges in school often requires a comprehensive approach thatconsiders a variety of child specific factors. Depending on the behavioral approach your teamchooses to use, you can count on one constant! That constant is that we are all sensorybeings.
Hopscotch is a timeless game that has been enjoyed by children and adults for generations. With its simple rules and endless possibilities for creativity, hopscotch offers not only fun but numerous benefits for physical and mental development.
Integrating physical activity and movement opportunities throughout the day is a fun and meaningful way to engage all learners. Physical educators often combine movement with other subjects from the classroom.
There has been a slow, pervasive pandemic growing for decades. You wouldn’t know it unless you have children or are around children. It’s not transmissible, but it’s been increasing in intensity across the country, regionally, developmentally, and socio-economically. This pandemic often results in...
Children are naturally curious and for most kiddos they are always on the move! Therefore, they are constantly seeking new experiences and ways to engage with their environment. Sensory paths, also known as sensory hallways or sensory pathways, provide an innovative and fun approach to keep kids...
Here’s a question that has really concerned us as a company and advocate for kids health and wellness. If research has consistently shown that recess offers numerous benefits to children's physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development, why then are schools reducing recess?
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