Virtual Physical Education Information

 

Please fill out the PE Completion Survey after your child has completed 150 minutes (based on a full school week) of exercise for the week, including the required weekly activities. Your child should aim to get 30 minutes of physical activity per day. Each week, we will have a new survey for you to complete. Please complete one survey for each child. The survey MUST be submitted for your child to receive credit for doing the weekly assignments. Additionally, if you have not already submitted your child's PE logs from March 16th through April 9th, please do so via email.

 

Parents, if you have any questions or concerns, please email us! My email address is lchristensen@bordentown.k12.nj.us and Mr. D'Annunzio's email is jdannunzio@bordentown.k12.nj.us Thank you! 

 

Click here for the May 28th and 29th PE Completion Survey

 

Click Here for the May 18th - May 21st PE Completion Survey 

 

Click Here for the May 11th - May 15th PE Completion Survey

 

Click here for the May 4th - May 8th PE Completion Survey

 

Click here for the April 27th - May 1st PE Completion Survey

 

Click Here for the April 20th-April 24th PE Completion Survey

 
 
 
Physical Education - Blue Oaks Elementary
 

May 28th - May 29th - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K - 2nd:

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Activity # 13 Field Day Events - Week 1

Good morning boys and girls!  In our lesson this week, we will begin preparing for field day!  We are very excited to host virtual field day for the school on Thursday, June 11th!!   On June 1st, Mrs. Geibel will be sharing more information about PMES Virtual Field Day with you!  Also Check my Virtual Field Day tab on the right side of my website for my information. In our lesson this week, you will get a sneak peek at some of the fun that lies ahead!  We would like you to practice “2” of the stations out of those listed below.  Participate in these stations with your siblings and/or parents.



ACTIVE HOME PHYSICAL EDUCATION: GRADES K-2 

FIELD DAY PREPARATION - Week 1

 


 

DAY 1

DAY 2

My Learning Goals

I will follow the rules of each field day activity and demonstrate the joy of participation.

I will use positive language with myself and others that helps me work toward improvement.

Today’s Vocabulary

SPIRIT OF THE GAME

Respect, following rules, and the joy of play are valued over competition.

GROWTH MINDSET

A belief that abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work; raw talent is just a starting point.

Warm-Up Activity

Good Energy Flow

(GoNoodle)

Purple Stew

(GoNoodle)

Learning Activity

Activity 1: 

 Field Day Events Week 1

Click below for 

Event Demonstration Videos 

Practice 2 of the field day events.

Record your scores on the 

Week 1 Practice Plan 

Activity 2: 

 Field Day Events Week 1

Click below for 

Event Demonstration Videos 

Practice 2 of the field day events.

Record your scores on the 

Week 1 Practice Plan 

Mindfulness Activity

Go with the Flow

(GoNoodle)

Shake It Off

(GoNoodle)

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 60 minutes of exercise this week.

Click here for the May 28th and 29th PE Completion Survey





 

May 28th - May 29th - Required Activities

Grades 3rd - 5th:

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 Activity # 13 Field Day Events - Week 1

Good morning boys and girls!  In our lesson this week, we will begin preparing for field day!  We are very excited to host virtual field day for the school on Thursday, June 11th!!   On June 1st, Mrs. Geibel will be sharing more information about PMES Virtual Field Day with you!  Also Check my Virtual Field Day tab on the right side of my website for my information. In our lesson this week, you will get a sneak peek at some of the fun that lies ahead!  We would like you to practice “2” of the stations out of those listed below.  Participate in these stations with your siblings and/or parents.




ACTIVE HOME PHYSICAL EDUCATION: GRADES 3-5

FIELD DAY PREPARATION - Week 1

 


 

DAY 1

DAY 2

My Learning Goals

I will follow the rules of each field day activity and demonstrate the joy of participation.

I will use positive language with myself and others that helps me work toward improvement.

Today’s Vocabulary

SPIRIT OF THE GAME

Respect, following rules, and the joy of play are valued over competition.

GROWTH MINDSET

A belief that abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work; raw talent is just a starting point.

Warm-Up Activity

Mr. Grumpy

(Darebee.com)

Cardio Fix

(Darebee.com)

Learning Activity

Activity 1: 

 Field Day Events Week 1

Click below for 

Event Demonstration Videos  

Practice 2 of the field day events.

Record your scores on the 

Week 1 Practice Plan 

Activity 2: 

 Field Day Events Week 1

Click below for 

Event Demonstration Videos 

Practice 2 of the field day events.

Record your scores on the 

Week 1 Practice Plan 

Mindfulness Activity

Go with the Flow

(GoNoodle)

Shake It Off

(GoNoodle)

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 60 minutes of exercise this week.

Click here for the May 28th and 29th PE Completion Survey

 
 
 
 
 

May 18th - May 21st - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K - 2nd:

Click Here for the May 18th - May 21st PE Completion Survey 

 

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Activity # 12 Charades Activities

Below is the calendar of activities for this week.  Luckily, they can be done inside or outside because the weather looks questionable this week!  Have some fun using movement and actions while playing various types of charades! On the calendar, you will find a warm-up, main activity, and a mindfulness activity. Your child's assignment is to complete 2 of the days of activities on the calendar. Click the blue hyperlinks to go to the activities! For the other 2 days this week, your child can choose any type of preferred exercise or he/she can complete more of the activities listed below.

 




 

DAY 1

DAY 2

DAY 3

DAY 4

DAY 5

My Learning Goals

I will cooperate with my family members and follow the rules of Charades.

I will make my learning environment fun by using positive words with my family members.

I will take turns with my family members during Animal Charades.

I will demonstrate responsible play by following rules and completing all physical education tasks.

I will follow directions and complete the warm-up, movie charades game and refocus activity.

Today’s Vocabulary

COOPERATION

The process of working together for a common goal or outcome.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Any physical location where students gain knowledge or skill.

TAKE TURNS

When two or more people do or use something alternately.

RESPONSIBILITY 

The state of having a duty or obligation.

FOLLOW DIRECTIONS

To act according to a sequence of instructions in order to reach a goal or finish a task.

Warm-Up Activity

All Star

(GoNoodle)

Twist & Shout

(GoNoodle)

You Are 

What You Eat

(GoNoodle)

Zap It

(GoNoodle)

Banana Banana Meatball

(GoNoodle)

Learning Focus Activity

Activity 1: 

 Charade Games

Perform the following station:

Letter Charades

Activity 2: 

Charade Games

Perform the following station:

Word Charades

Activity 3: 

Charade Games

Perform the following station:

Animal Charades

Activity 4: 

Charade Games

Perform the following station:

Sports Charades

Activity 5: 

Charade Games

Perform the following station:

Movie Charades

Mindfulness Activity

Live In The Moment

(GoNoodle)

Chin Up

(GoNoodle)

Live In The Moment

(GoNoodle)

Chin Up

(GoNoodle)

Live In The Moment

(GoNoodle)

Assessment 

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 120 minutes of exercise this week (which includes two of the assigned activities above). Click Here for the May 18th - May 21st PE Completion Survey 


 


 

May 18th - May 21st - Required Activities

Grades 3rd - 5th:

Click Here for the May 18th - May 21st PE Completion Survey 

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 Activity # 12 Shadow Sports 

Below is the calendar of activities for this week.  Luckily, they can be done inside or outside because the weather isn’t looking too promising this week!  Have some fun Harlem Globetrotter style! You will be doing the activities below with invisible equipment! Remember to use correct form and technique while completing these activities. On the calendar below, you will find a warm-up, main activity, and a mindfulness activity. Your assignment is to complete 2 of the days of activities on the calendar. Click the blue hyperlinks to go to the activities! For the other 2 days of the week, you can choose any type of preferred exercise or you can complete more of the activities listed below.

 

 

 

DAY 1

DAY 2

DAY 3

DAY 4

DAY 5

My Learning Goals

I will cooperate with my family members and follow the rules of Shadow Sports.

I will have a positive social interaction by using kind and helpful words during Shadow Sports.

I will give my family members encouragement during Shadow Sports using supportive words and phrases.

I will demonstrate teamwork by following the non-verbal cues of my family members as we play Shadow Sports.

I will discuss the etiquette of shadow sports with my family members.
What behaviors help build a fun and positive learning environment?

Today’s Vocabulary

COOPERATION

The process of working together for a common goal or 

outcome.

SOCIAL INTERACTION

The way that people relate and respond to each other when in pairs or groups.

ENCOURAGEMENT

Support, confidence, or hope offered by someone or some event.

TEAMWORK

The combined action and effort of a group of people working toward a goal or purpose.

ETIQUETTE

The set of customary or acceptable behaviors among members of a group or in a specific setting.

Warm-Up Activity

I Like to Move It

(GoNoodle)

Pump It Up

(GoNoodle)

Dynamite

(GoNoodle)

Blast Off

(GoNoodle)

Hit the Ball Y’all

(GoNoodle)

Learning Focus Activity

Activity 1: 

 Shadow Sports

Perform the following station:

Soccer

Activity 2: 

Shadow Sports

Perform the following station:

Volleyball

Activity 3: 

Shadow Sports

Perform the following station:

Tennis 

Activity 4:

Shadow Sports

Perform the following station:

Baseball 

Activity 5:

Shadow Sports

Perform the   following station:

Football

Mindfulness Activity

Live In The Moment

(GoNoodle)

Chin Up

(GoNoodle)

Live In The Moment

(GoNoodle)

Chin Up

(GoNoodle)

Live In The Moment

(GoNoodle)

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 120 minutes of exercise this week (which includes two of the assigned activities above). Click Here for the May 18th - May 21st PE Completion Survey 

 

 

May 11th - May 15th - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K - 2nd:

Click Here for the May 11th - May 15th PE Completion Survey

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Activity # 11 Volleying and Striking Activities

Below is the calendar of activities for this week.  We will be focusing on developing volleying and striking skills.  On the calendar, you will find a warm-up, main activity, and a mindfulness activity. Your child's assignment is to complete 2 of the days of activities on the calendar. Follow the directions or click the blue hyperlinks to go to the activities! For the other 3 days of the week, your child can choose any type of preferred exercise or he/she can complete more of the activities listed below.

 

 

DAY 1

DAY 2

DAY 3

DAY 4

DAY 5

My Learning Goals

I can control the force of my strikes when volleying and striking objects. 

I can be accurate when striking an object toward a target.

I can control my movements while completing volleying activities in personal space. 

I can apply light force while volleying with family members.

I can demonstrate the skills I’ve practiced throughout the week. 

Today’s Vocabulary

FORCE

Strength or power used to move or control an object.

ACCURATE

Successfully reaching an intended target.

CONTROL

To manage or regulate the movement or actions of something.

LIGHT

Using or applying small amounts of pressure or force.

PRACTICE

To perform an activity or exercise regularly in order to improve or maintain skill.

Warm-Up Activity

Footloose

(GoNoodle)

Fresh Prince (GoNoodle)

Jump

(GoNoodle)

Kidz Bop Shuffle

(GoNoodle)

You choose your favorite warm-up!

Learning Focus Activity

Activity 1: Volleying & Striking

Keep It Up

Can you keep a balloon, zip lock bag with air, or sock ball in the air?

Activity 2: Volleying & Striking

Bull’s Eye

Can you volley a balloon, zip lock bag with air, or sock ball in a target (hoop or laundry bin)

Activity 3: Volleying & Striking

Air Ball

Can you keep a balloon, zip lock bag with air, or sock ball in the air with a family member?

Activity 4: Volleying & Striking

Paddle It Up

Can you keep a balloon, zip lock bag with air, or sock ball in the air with a paddle, magazine or book?

Activity 5:

Choose Your Own Challenge

Pick your favorite activity from the week. 

Mindfulness Activity

Melting

(GoNoodle)

Weather the Storm

(GoNoodle)

Melting

(GoNoodle)

Weather the Storm

(GoNoodle)

Melting

(GoNoodle)

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 150 minutes of exercise this week (which includes two of the assigned activities above). Click Here for the May 11th - May 15th PE Completion Survey

 

 

 

May 11th - May 15th - Required Activities

Grades 3rd - 5th:

Click Here for the May 11th - May 15th PE Completion Survey

 

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Activity # 11 Skill Related Fitness 

Below is the calendar of activities for this week.  We will be focusing on developing agility, reaction time, coordination and speed.  On the calendar below, you will find a warm-up, main activity, and a mindfulness activity. Your child's assignment is to complete 2 of the days of activities on the calendar. Follow the directions or click the blue hyperlinks to go to the activities! For the other 3 days of the week, your child can choose any type of preferred exercise or he/she can complete more of the activities listed below.

 

 

DAY 1

DAY 2

DAY 3

DAY 4

DAY 5

My Learning Goals

I can show agility when moving my body and equipment safely across the room.  

I can show power and control while passing in personal space. 

I show reaction time when placing shoes creatively on the tower. 

I can show speed and agility while completing my dinner dice challenge.

I can demonstrate my skills learned throughout the week. 

Today’s Vocabulary

AGILITY

The ability to change body directions quickly and efficiently.

COORDINATION

The ability to use different body parts together smoothly and efficiently.

REACTION TIME

The time taken to respond effectively to what you hear, see, or feel.

SPEED

The ability to propel the body rapidly from one point to another.

PRACTICE

To perform an activity regularly in order to improve or maintain skill.

Warm-Up Activity

Footloose

(GoNoodle)

Fresh Prince (GoNoodle)

Jump

(GoNoodle)

Kidz Bop Shuffle

(GoNoodle)

You choose your favorite warm-up!

Learning Focus Activity

Activity 1:

Fan Favorite

The object is to use a paper plate to fan a grocery bag across the room and then back before 1 minute expires. Complete 3 times.

Activity 2: 

Self-Passing Challenge

Can you keep a balloon, zip lock bag with air or sock ball in the air with consistent strikes?

Activity 3: 

Leaning Tower

The object is to create a tower with 2 pairs of shoes. Each time the tower falls perform 10 Jumping Jacks. If the tower stands, do 10 push-ups.

Activity 4: 

My Dinner Dice 

Use the Dinner Dice Fitness Chart. Roll a dice to see what exercise you will complete. Start at the protein group and work to the right.

Activity 5:

Choose Your Own Challenge

Pick your favorite workout from the week. 

Mindfulness Activity

Melting

(GoNoodle)

Weather the Storm

(GoNoodle)

Melting

(GoNoodle)

Weather the Storm

(GoNoodle)

Melting

(GoNoodle)

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 150 minutes of exercise this week (which includes two of the assigned activities above). Click Here for the May 11th - May 15th PE Completion Survey

 

 

May 4th - May 8th - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K - 2nd:

 

Rainbow Juggling Scarves - Gopher Sport

Activity # 10 Noodle Fun and Scarf Activities

Starting this week, we will use a chart of weekly activities. On the chart, you will find a warm-up, main activity, and a mindfulness activity. Your assignment is to complete 2 of the days of activities on the chart. Follow the directions and/or click the blue hyperlinks to go to the activities! For the other 3 days of the week, you can choose any type of preferred exercise or you can complete more of the activities listed on the chart. If you would like, please share a video or photo with us! We would love to see you in action!

 

 

DAY 1

DAY 2

DAY 3

DAY 4

DAY 5

Learning Goals

I can use locomotor skills safely at home with noodles. 

I can balance in self space showing levels and directions. 

I can control my movements to complete scarf activities in personal space. 

I can move my scarf through different levels while completing tasks.

I can demonstrate different pathways with equipment.

Today’s Vocabulary

LOCOMOTOR SKILL  

A type of movement used to get from place to place.

BALANCE 

An even distribution of weight which allows someone or something to stay upright and steady.

CONTROL 

To manage or regulate the movement or actions of something.

LEVEL 

Position of the body or its parts in relation to the floor, a person, or a piece of equipment.

PATHWAYS 

Routes of movement in space: straight, curved, zigzag, or a combo of the three.

Material Needed

A pool noodle, paper towel tube, or wrapping paper tube

A pool noodle, paper towel tube, or wrapping paper tube, a puck or ball (sock ball)

A scarf or grocery bag

A scarf or grocery bag

 

Warm-Up Activity

Too Hot

(GoNoodle)

Empire State

(GoNoodle)

Don't Sit Down 

(GoNoodle)

Milkshake

(GoNoodle)

Clap It Out

(GoNoodle)

Learning Focus Activity

Activity 1: Locomotor 

Part 1: Noodle Activity Card

Can you complete each task with a pool noodle or paper towel tube?

Optional Video

Activity 2: Relationships

Part 2: Noodle Activity Card

Can you complete each task with a pool noodle or 

paper towel tube?

Activity 3: Manipulatives

Part 1: Juggling Scarf Card

Can you complete each task with a scarf or grocery bag?

Activity 4: Manipulatives

Part 2: Juggling Scarf Card

Can you complete each task with a scarf or grocery bag?

Optional Video

Activity 5: 

Choose Your 

Own Challenge

or

Pick your favorite workout from the Juggling Scarf or Noodle Activity Card.

Mindfulness Activity

Let’s Unwind

(GoNoodle)

Mindless to Mindful

(GoNoodle)

Let’s Unwind

(GoNoodle)

Mindless to Mindful

(GoNoodle)

Let’s Unwind

(GoNoodle)

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 150 minutes of exercise this week (which includes two of the assigned activities above). Click here for the May 4th - May 8th PE Completion Survey

 

 

 

 

May 4th - May 8th - Required Activities

Grades 3rd - 5th:

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Activity # 10 Fitness Knowledge

Starting this week, we will use a chart of weekly activities. On the chart, you will find a warm-up, main activity, and a mindfulness activity. Your assignment is to complete 2 of the days of activities on the chart. Follow the directions and/or click the blue hyperlinks to go to the activities! For the other 3 days of the week, you can choose any type of preferred exercise or you can complete more of the activities listed on the chart. If you would like, please share a video or photo with us! We would love to see you in action!

 

5 Day Rotation

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Learning Goals

I can keep an active lifestyle while staying at home from school.

I can develop my personal fitness by staying active for 60 minutes each day.

I can develop my cardiorespiratory endurance at home.

I can develop my muscular strength at home to improve overall fitness.

I can flex and extend my muscles to improve my overall fitness.

Academic

Language

for Today

ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

A way of life which values physical activity as an essential part of living; physical activity is a part of daily routines.

FITNESS

The degree to which a person is able to meet the physical, intellectual, and emotional demands for everyday living.

CARDIORESPIRATORY ENDURANCE

The ability of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to supply oxygen and nutrients to the muscles during long periods of exercise.

MUSCULAR STRENGTH

The maximum amount of force a muscle can produce in a single effort.

DYNAMIC STRETCHING

An exercise or fitness routine in which movement and active muscular effort are used to warm up and stretch muscles.

Materials Needed

Ball (or sock ball), jump rope (or anything similar), an exercise band (weights or cans from the pantry), and an exercise ball (if you have one)

exercise band (weights or cans from the pantry)

A stick, a ball, hula hoops or ropes, 2 dice

   

Warm-up

Trolls September

Trolls September

Trolls September Dance

Trolls September

Trolls September

Activity

Fitness Knowledge

Today you’re going to complete a series of 1-Minute Fitness Challenges.

1 Minute Fitness Challenges Card

Health-Related Fitness

Today we’re going to complete a series of Health-Related Fitness Challenges.

Health Related Card

Skill Related Fitness

Today we’re going to complete a series of Skill-Related Fitness Challenges.

Skill Related Card

Invisible Dumbbells

Today we’re going to complete a series of Invisible Dumbbell Challenges.

Invisible Dumbbell Card

Choose your own challenge 

or 

pick your favorite workout from this week and repeat it!

Mindfulness Activity

Choose 3 poses to perform. Hold each pose for 30 sec to 60 sec.

Yoga Flash Cards

Sun Salutation #1 Perform with family following the peer coaching cards.

Sun Salutation #1

Choose 3 poses to perform with family. Hold each pose for 30 sec to 60 sec.

Yoga Flash Cards

Sun Salutation #2 Perform with family following the peer coaching cards.

Sun Salutation #2

Choose 3 poses to perform with family. Hold each pose for 30 sec to 60 sec.

Yoga Flash Cards

Assessment

Complete your fitness survey after you have completed 150 minutes of exercise this week (which includes two of the assigned activities above).  Click here for the May 4th - May 8th PE Completion Survey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 27th - May 1st - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K - 5th:

 

Click here for the April 27th - May 1st PE Completion Survey

 

Pumpkin Obstacle Course Illustration - Twinkl

 

 Activity # 8 Obstacle Course

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

PE Joe's 5 Minute Warm-up

Stretching Exercises

 

Obstacle Course 

 

Activity

  • Today, we would like you to be creative and come up with your very own fitness relay. Use anything you would like to create your relay.  Pick objects that you have to climb over, crawl under, roll on, jump over, ride on, kick, and throw.   

 

  • See the link below for detailed examples of the activities and what is expected. Challenge yourself and have fun! 

 

Mr. D'Annunzio's Relay Examples- Please view

Outside Homemade Obstacle Course Example

Indoor Relay of Mr. D'Annunzio vs. His Son

Indoor Relay Mr. D'Annunzio vs. His Daughter

 

  • Grades Pre-K through 2nd:  Keep your obstacle course simple and be creative. Use larger balls to help you with this activity. Use smaller objects as hurdles that are lower to the ground. 

 

  • Grades 3rd through 5th: Challenge yourself by making this activity harder! Perform a skill several times in a row. Use larger hurdles that are higher off the ground.

 

If you would like to share your fitness video with us, please email it to us or share it via Google Classroom. 

 

Mr. D’Annunzio     jdannunzio@bordentown.k12.nj.us

Mrs. Christensen  lchristensen@bordentown.k12.nj.us

 

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Activity # 9 Frisbee

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are listed below.

PE Joe's 5 Minute Warm-up

Stretching Exercises

 

Frisbee

 

Activity

  • Today you will learn to throw a frisbee with skill and accuracy. 

 

  • If you do not have a frisbee at home, watch my tutorial below on how to make your own frisbee. 

How to Make a Frisbee Out of Cardboard 

 

  • Please watch the video below to learn 4 cues for throwing a frisbee properly.

How to Throw a Frisbee 

 

  • Please watch the video below to learn 5 activities you can play with a partner (or two) and a frisbee.

 Frisbee Games and Activities

 

 

  • After watching the videos, go outside, choose a game or two that I demonstrated, and play frisbee for about 20 minutes. Enjoy and have fun!



If you would like to share your fitness video with us, please share it in the comments section of the survey, email it to us, or share it through your Google Classroom PE Assignment. 

 

Mrs. Christensen  lchristensen@bordentown.k12.nj.us

Mr. D’Annunzio     jdannunzio@bordentown.k12.nj.us

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 20th - April 24th - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K and Kindergarten:

 

Click Here for the April 20-April 24th PE Completion Survey

 

Activities - Active For Life

 

Activity # 6 - Throwing and Catching

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Activity

  • Drills: 
    • Hang a target up or use tape on a wall to make a target.  Throw the ball at the target.  Keep track of your points.  Try to hit the target 10 times. 
    • Throw the ball with a partner.         
  • Complete these throwing and catching challenges – Please watch this video and try to complete the 6 challenges to the best of your ability.  Throwing and Catching Challenges Video

           

 

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Activity # 7 – Hitting a Ball

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Activity

 

  • Drills
    • No Look Hitting from a Tee- Place a batting tee on the ground. Hit a whiffle ball or any other ball you have off the tee. Maintain eye contact with the ball at all times and finish your swing looking down at the point of contact. Do this at least 10 times.  If you don't have a tee, get creative or do additional repetitions of another drill below. 
    • Batting Bubbles- have a parent blow bubbles.  Then use a soft bat or half a pool noodle to swing and pop the bubble using proper batting techniques.  
    • Hitting from a Pitcher- Someone will pitch a ball softly to you from a safe distance away. Swing and hit the ball using correct form. Do this at least 10 times.
    • Indoor Hitting Drill- Here is a video that shows a batting drill that can be safely done indoors. Indoor Hitting Drill
       

April 20th - April 24th - Required Activities

Grades 1st and 2nd:

 

Click Here for the April 20-April 24th PE Completion Survey

 

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Activity # 6 - Throwing and Catching

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Activity

  • Drills: 
    • Hang a target up or use tape on a wall to make a target.  Throw the ball at the target.  Keep track of your points.  Try to hit the target 10 times. 
    • Throw and catch with a partner.  
    • Throw a pop-up and make your partner move forward to catch it. 
    • Throw a pop-up back slightly behind your partner so that they have to run back to catch it.         
    • Throwing and Catching Challenges – Please watch and try to complete the 6 challenges to the best of your ability.  Throwing and Catching Challenges Video

           

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Activity # 7 – Hitting a Ball

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Activity

 

  • Drills
    • No Look Hitting from a Tee- Place a batting tee on the ground. Hit a whiffle ball or any other ball you have off the tee. Maintain eye contact with the ball at all times and finish your swing looking at the point of contact. Do this at least 10 times.  If you don't have a tee, get creative or do additional repetitions of another drill below. 
    • Batting from a Soft Underhand Toss- If someone is available to assist, that person will stand off to the opposite side of the batter. That person will toss you the ball underhand over the plate. You as the batter will hit the ball! Do this at least “10 times”.  Click on the link to watch a video explaining how to soft toss.  Soft Toss Directions Video 
    • Hitting from a Pitcher- Someone will pitch a ball softly to you from a safe distance away. Swing and hit the ball using correct form. Do this at least 10 times.
    • Indoor Hitting Drill- Here is a video that shows a batting drill that can be safely done indoors. Indoor Hitting Drill

 

April 20th - April 24th - Required Activities

Grades 3rd through 5th:

Click Here for the April 20-April 24th PE Completion Survey

 

Kids Throw Ball Cartoon Images, Stock Photos & Vectors | Shutterstock

Activity # 6 - Throwing and Catching

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Activity

  • Drills: 
    • Throw and a target.
    • Throw and catch with a partner with one ball. 
    • Throw a pop-up and make your partner move forward to catch it. 
    • Throw a pop-up back slightly behind your partner so that they have to run back to catch it.
    • Challenge: Throw and catch with a partner using two ball.  Each partner starts with a ball in their throwing hand.  Counts and say with your partner, "One, Two, Three, Throw."  On "throw," both partners throw their ball simultaneously and then have to track and catch the ball coming from their partner.  Use tennis or softer balls until you develop and rhythm and get the hang of this drill.        

           

 Girl Softball Clipart | Free download on ClipArtMag

Activity # 7 – Hitting a Ball

 

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Activity

 

  • Drills
    • No Look Hitting from a Tee- Place a batting tee on the ground. Hit a whiffle ball or any other ball you have off the tee. Maintain eye contact with the ball at all times and finish your swing looking at the point of contact. Do this at least 10 times.
    • Batting from a Soft Underhand Toss- If someone is available to assist, that person will stand off to the opposite side of the batter. That person will toss you the ball underhand over the plate. You as the batter will hit the ball! Do this at least “10 times”.  Click on the link to watch a video explaining how to soft toss.  Soft Toss Directions Video 
    • Hitting from a Pitcher- Someone will pitch a ball softly to you from a safe distance away. Swing and hit the ball using correct form. Do this at least 10 times.
    • Indoor Hitting Drill- Here is a video that shows a batting drill that can be safely done indoors. Indoor Hitting Drill

 

April 6th - April 10th - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K through 2nd:

Moana - A mindfulness and relaxation lesson plan | Yoga for kids ...

Activity #5 Yoga

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Yoga: Click on the links below and have fun!

***Because class is shortened this week due to early dismissal days for parent-teacher conferences, please complete the first half of the video below on your first day of PE and the second half of the video on your second day of PE.***

 

Moana Yoga

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y3gCrL_XIM

 

 

April 6th - April 10th - Required Activities

Grades 3rd through 5th:

Kids Yoga with Leiloni - Greater Tacoma Community Foundation

Activity #5 Yoga

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Yoga: Click on the links below and have fun!

***Because class is shortened this week due to early dismissal days for parent-teacher conferences, please complete the first half of the video below on your first day of PE and the second half of the video on your second day of PE.***

 

Kids Yoga Class

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJzj_b7G7i8

 

 

 

 

March 30-April 3rd - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K and Kindergarten:

Spider Gym - Spider Man Gym - Spider Man - Sticker | TeePublic

Activity #3 Superhero Workout

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Guided Movement Activity: Click on the links below and have fun!

You can complete these twice to have 30 minutes of activity.

 

Let’s Be Superheros Song and Dance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Py4fhsx3Ct4

 

Spider-man count to 100 Exercises

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9md4L2pAVQ

 

Thor Workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3oeoVsM95s

 

Let’s Go Hero Song and Actions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_iert5hSKY

 

Team Rogers Gym - Captain America - Baseball T-Shirt | TeePublic

Activity #4 Superhero Workout

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Guided Movement Activity: Click on the links below and have fun!

You can complete these twice to have 30 minutes of activity.

 

Captain America count to 100 Exercises

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9md4L2pAVQ

Avengers workout 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYi1kyMeFHQ

Koo Koo Kanga Roo Superhero Dance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok7V1pWtRzs

 

 

 

March 30-April 3rd - Required Activities

Grades 1st and 2nd:

Marvel Avengers @ Fitness regiment#spraypaint #superhero #… | Flickr

Activity #3 Superhero Workout

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Guided Movement Activity: Click on the links below and have fun!

You can complete these twice to have 30 minutes of activity.

Avengers workout 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyWyBern6q4

Avengers workout 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYi1kyMeFHQ

 

The Hilarious Story Behind Spider-Man: Homecoming's Captain ...

Activity #4 Superhero Workout

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Guided Movement Activity: Click on the links below and have fun!

You can complete these twice to have 30 minutes of activity.

Captain America Workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm9qhyh4TJk

Thor Workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3oeoVsM95s

Koo Koo Kanga Roo Superhero Dance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok7V1pWtRzs

 

 

March 30-April 3rd - Required Activities

Grades 3rd, 4th, and 5th:

Avengers HIIT Fitness Warm up PE Distance Learning - YouTube

Activity #3 Superhero Workout

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are below.

10 Push Ups

10 Lateral Lumps

10 Twist Jumps

 

Guided Movement Activity: Click on the links below and have fun!

You can complete these twice to have 30 minutes of activity.

 

Justice League Fitness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8IZfNrA17w

Avengers High Intensity Interval Training

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqZFz44AB78

 

Roblox Fitness Center - Roblox

Activity #4 Superhero Workout

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are below.

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

20 Push Ups

20 Lateral Lumps

20 Twist Jumps

 

Superhero Workouts: Click on the links below and have fun!

You can complete these twice to have 30 minutes of activity.

 

Roblox Fitness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hm74B5VW-cs   

 

Superhero Battle Fitness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HuFAkhPeKQ 

 

 

 

March 23-27th - Required Activities

Grades Pre-K - 2nd:

 

Get Children Moving in Classes with YouTube GoNoodle Videos

 

Activity #1 Guided Movement

Complete the Warm-up exercises that are attached below

Peter Muschal Warm Up Activities

 

Online Guided Movement Activity : Click on the links below and have fun!

         Pop See Ko 2.0 4 minutes

         Move and Freeze 4 minutes

            Get Yo Body Movin 2 minutes

           I Get Loose 2 minutes

             Freeze Dance 2 minutes

  Get a drink of water! You are finished!

Kid Bean Bag Toss Clipart

 

Activity # 2 Toss and Catch

 

Grab a ball, bean bag, or a stuffed animal. You can practice all of these ways to toss
and catch an object or you can come up with your own ideas. 
Practice these for 20-25 minutes for today’s activity.
 
1) Toss and catch with two hands.
2) Toss with one hand and catch with the other.
3) Toss and catch with your dominant hand (hand that you write with.)
4) Toss and catch with your non-dominant hand.
5) Toss, clap, catch.
6) Balance bean bag on different areas of their bodies.

Get a drink of water! You are finished!

 

March 23-27th Required Activities

Grades 3rd - 5th:

Just Dance (video game) | Just Dance Fanon 2nd Wiki | Fandom

 

Activity #1 Dancing

 

Warm-Up

10 Jumping Jacks

10 Front/Back Jumps

10 Side/Side Jumps

Arm circles forward/backwards

10 Raise the Roof Jumps

10 Sit Ups

Stationary Stretching- Sit on the ground with legs straight out in the shape of a triangle. Touch one foot, hold for 10 seconds, touch the other foot, hold for 10 seconds. Touch and hold to the center for 10 seconds. 

10 Push Ups

 

Activity: Line Dancing

Cotton Eye Joe Dance: Watch the dance twice and try to keep up with the movements! 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HptRj9dGwEM   

 

Get a drink of water! You are finished!

Following completion of this activity, please record it on your activity log!

 

Profile - Photos

Activity #2 Dancing

 

Warm-Up

Complete 5 minutes or longer of the attached warm-up!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_A_HjHZxfI  



Activity: Zumba

Today, we will focus on Zumba, which is another form of dance.

This dance is approximately 12 minutes long.

It is very upbeat and will keep you dancing. If you are not a great dancer, no worries! Dance and have fun. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHo9QaJ1DyI   

Get a drink of water! You are finished!

Following completion of this activity, please record it on your activity log!

 

Phy Ed Clipart | Free download on ClipArtMag

March 16th - March 20th: Choice Activities

Grades Pre-K through 5th:

For each week of distance learning, you will have to complete 150 minutes of exercise throughout the week. We recommend getting 30 minutes of exercise per day for 5 days. This week, you can choose any type of physical activity you would like to perform. Please keep track of your activities on your fitness log. At the end of the week, please email your fitness log to your PE teacher. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us! My email address is lchristensen@bordentown.k12.nj.us and Mr. D'Annunzio's email is jdannunzio@bordentown.k12.nj.us Thank you! 

 

Ideas for Optional Activities
 

Below I have included examples of warm-up exercise, stretches, a list of suggested activities, and some internet resources for your reference.  On the 3 choice days, your child is not limited to the physical activities we have listed and may engage in other activities that increase his/her heart rate.

 

Warm-up Exercise Examples: 

  • 10 jumping jacks
  • 10 lateral jumps
  • 10 arm circles forward
  • 10 arm circles backward
  • 10 lunges with for each leg
  • 30 crunches 
  • 30 seconds of planks 2 times
  • 5 push-ups 
 

Stretches and Yoga Pose Examples

  • See the pictures attached for ideas and activities
 

Activities

  • Basketball- Shoot baskets with a sibling or play a game such as HORSE or Knock Out
  • Soccer- Take shots on a goal, dribble around various objects 
  • Football- Throw and a catch with a parent or sibling  
  • Softball- Throw and a catch with a parent or sibling
  • Go for a run
  • Go for a walk
  • Jump rope
  • Ride your bike 
  • Skateboard
  • Ride a scooter
  • Rollerblade
  • Hula Hoop 
  • Play Tag
  • Play on your playground 
  • Swing on your swings
  • Create an obstacle course and complete it with a sibling
  • Turn on music and dance to it
  • Follow a workout on Go Noodle, YouTube, or another internet platform...some ideas are listed below
  • Complete yoga exercises
  • Use ideas from the Shape America activities calendars (link provided below)

 

Internet Resources: 


  • Go Noodle 
  • Kids Health by Nemours
 

Assessment:

  • As stated above, students must keep track of their physical activity each day on their fitness log and record how much time they participated in the activity. Logs should be submitted by Sunday each week via google classroom for 3-5th grade or via email.

 

I would like to thank all of our students for staying physically active during this time period. I would also like to thank the parents who are helping their children stay fit and active. Again, if you have any questions, concerns or need any assistance, please feel free to email me, and I will be happy to assist you in any way!