K-5 PE is not teacher led. Learning Coaches are responsible for working through PE curriculum(s) with their student and updating the appropriate attendance. 60 attendance hours* are required for PE, which is reported to the Georgia Department of Education.
*Note: The above expectation is adjusted based on student enrollment date.
The following are suggested sites. Certain links may contain subject matter not every parent chooses for their students to study. We strongly recommend that the Learning Coach make certain the material is appropriate for their student.
KID-FIT: an exercise program for young children. Warm-up, stretch, do aerobic exercise to strengthen hearts and lungs, strengthen muscles then cooldown and stretch for improved flexibility. Learn how to develop healthy lifestyles from early on and why it's important.
KIDS GAMES: list of kids’ games that can be played indoors and outdoors.
CAN TEACH: a lesson that shows children how to control the ball with their feet.
AEROBICS DICTIONARY: defines aerobics terms and gives illustrations to help better understand the term.
KIDNETIC.COM: quizzes, food analysis, and more to help your child become more interested in physical activity.
PE WARMUP AND COOLING DOWN: specific tasks for warming up and cooling down during physical activity.