Physical Education Resources
Add Math to Physical Education
With the Math & Movement program, you can easily teach math as apart of your elementary physical education curriculum! Check out our complete set of Math & Movement materials and resources for any PE teacher, afterschool, or organization looking to include more movement-based learning for their students.
Floor mats are linked to the activities in the Math & Movement Training Manual for K-5 Physical Education. The activities are based on SHAPE Standards, a national standard for physical education. We also have a version for Georgia State Standards.
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Using the Materials During Physical Education Class
The Math & Movement Training Manual for K-5 Physical Education (included in the kit) provides lessons by grade level on ways to use the materials during Physical Education class. The activity guides in the training manual are designed for teachers to use as actual lesson plans. These physical education resources will bring movement into students’ learning.
Since PE classes vary from school to school, including the amount of time per class, and the number of classes per week, the activity guides can be adapted to fit your individual class and school needs. Each lesson plan includes: Standards and Objectives, Background Information/Prior Knowledge, Warm-up/Introduction, Activity, and Closure.
You will also find a list of all needed physical education materials, along with teacher tips, adaptation ideas, and a section of assessments that can be used alone or with the lessons. This training manual is an excellent resource for any physical education instructor!
Try PE Movement Stickers in your School Hallways
Are you looking for fun ways to teach PE movements that boost students locomotor and non-locomotor movement skills? Try Math & Movement’s PE Movement Stickers. Stickers can be placed in school hallways, gyms or multi-purpose rooms.
In this activity, the PE stickers were paired with word hops, to build students literacy skills while practicing non-locomotor/locomotor movements.