e-Learning Activities

Week of June 15-19, 2020

Perform these activities in a safe, secure location, supervised by an adult:
Select three or four warm-up exercises. Remember always warm up in a safe environment, clear of anything that might get in your way.  When you decide on your activity, practice social distancing and remember that your partner can be a parent or a sibling.  Check out the links below to videos on Go Noodle. 

If your parents allow it, Ms. Janowski and Mr. Kuizema would love to see pictures of you exercising and having fun.

Objective: Basic Movement Skills   Standard 2.5 (2) A.1-4

Muscle Stretching and Fitness Development K-4

Jumping Jacks 10 - 20x
Arm Circles forward/backward 10x each way
Toe Touches (feet together, walk fingers down to toes, hold for 10 - 20 seconds)
Calf Stretch - stand with legs together, raise up and down on toes 10 - 20x
Lunges - legs apart, lean to left, lean on knee, hold for 10 seconds, repeat to right
Trunk Twisters - feet apart, hands on hips, twist to left, twist to right, 10 - 20x
V-sit - sit with lets in "V" formation, 12" apart, reach with two  hands to left, middle, right for 10 seconds each. Keep legs straight, toes pointed up
Ankle/Calf stretches - seated on floor, extend both legs in front of body. Flex toes for 10 seconds, stretch toes for 10 seconds
Finger Extensions - fingers in and out 10x
Wrist Rolls - rotate wrists in circular motion 10x
Neck Stretches - circle head in a slow, controlled circular motion to left and to right 10x each

Additional exercises for Grades 3 - 4:
15 sit-ups
15 push-ups
15 Burpee squat-thrusts

Physical Activities: Students should be active for a minimum of 150 minutes/week. Below are some suggested activities:

Click here to check out a list of suggested games you can play!  

Go outside and shoot basketballs or play knock-out with a family member who lives in your house; practice dribbling, count how many times in a row you make a basket
Toss and catch a ball with a family member who lives in your house; bounce a ball with one hand, then the other
Roll/toss a ball at a designated target.  Create a point system, keep score.
Create a dance routine to music using some of the stretching movements listed above
Play a sports game on Wii (if you have one)
Practice dribbling a soccer ball
Tap a beach ball or a balloon in the air, count how many times in a row you can hit it before it hits the ground.
Volley a beach ball or balloon in the air with a partner. Count how many times in a row you can hit it before it hits the ground.
Jump Rope
Bocci ball
Play catch with a frisbee. Create a target and have a contest to see how close you can toss the frisbee to the target.

Things to do with adult supervision:
Play tennis or badminton with your parents or siblings
Create a fitness program including: hop, skip, jump, bend, sit-up, push-up, jumping jack and balance on one foot for 15 seconds

Parents, please discuss Attitudes and Values with your children including:
Demonstrating positive feelings toward safety; demonstrating good sportsmanship; demonstrating a positive attitude and behavior toward themselves and others; appreciating physical activities as an avenue for self expression; demonstrating a knowledge of rules which enhances the success of the activity; understanding the importance of maintaining physical fitness; and appreciating physical activity for promoting mental and physical well-being.
Parents, please discuss the following topics with your child: the dangers of drugs, the positives of using parent/doctor prescribed medicine, and the importance of exercise/proper diet.

Parents: please make a notation of which activities your child completes and return it to the Physical Education teachers upon return to school.  Thank you!

If you are looking for some additional activities to get your body (and mind) moving, check out these links to a few videos:
Links Shared Week of June 8-12, 2020
Family Mindfulness Activities
Y-Not? GoNoodle
NFL Play 60 Challenge - Family Activity

Links Shared Week of June 1-5, 2020
All Around the World
1, 2, 3 Move Your Body

Links Shared Week of May 26-29, 2020

Super Speed Session with Sonic the Hedgehog
Agility Training with GoNoodle

Links Shared Week of May 18-22, 2020
Movement Challenges
E-Books Related to Physical Education:

School Name: tbd Username: tbdk4

Password: tbdk4
After you login go to “Groups” (it is in the upper left-hand corner and it is red) When you click on it you will see a box that says “Physical Education.” Click on the box and there will be a collection of books for you to read.

Links Shared Week of May 11-15, 2020
Performance Training - Go Noodle
Happiness Dance
Eagle Yoga

Links Shared Week of May 4-8, 2020
Lateral Movements
You Got This!
Beginning Yoga Poses, Sports Movements, and Movement Stations

Links Shared Week of April 27 - May 1, 2020
Mr. K and I want to encourage you to be as active as possible every day! This week, it looks like there will be several days of rainy/stormy weather. We know that it may be hard to get outside on these types of days. Below you will find links to several sports related games found on the educational website Ducksters. These games will help you work on your hand/eye coordination if you are unable to go outside to play!

Links Shared Week of April 20-24, 2020
These games require materials you may not have at home; however, you are encouraged to think about items you do have that you can use to play each of these!
How to Play Jacks
How to Play Cornhole

Links Shared Week of April 13-17, 2020
Here Comes the Boom
Own Your Power
Chicken Dance
Get Yo Body Movin'
Roller Coaster

Links Shared Week of March 30 - April 3, 2020
Strengthen Your Focus
Trolls: Can't Stop the Feeling
Snap Along with the Addams Family

Links Shared Week of March 23-27, 2020
Madison Keys: Jump, Squat, Turn 
Kind Wishes
Meow Moo Moo
Young Dylan Dance Along

If you have access to a printer and enjoy completing Word Searches, check out the documents below!
PE Word Search.pdf
Playing Locations Word Search.pdf
Summer Olympic Sports Word Search.pdf
On the Ball Word Search.pdf