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Physical Education Resources for Teachers

Promote good exercise habits with physical education resources for kindergarten through twelfth grade. Encourage fitness with lessons and printables for safe and healthy living. Use science activities to explore the benefits of physical activities on the human body. There are quizzes to test students' knowledge of sports trivia and biographies to teach them about famous athletes. You'll also find math activities on baseball statistics and Olympic writing exercises that build vocabulary.


Why Is Exercise Important?
Soccer Skills Quiz
Wellness Poster
Capture the Flag
Basketball Shooting
Babe Ruth Reading Warm-Up: Biography
The Human Body: Disease & Wellness Printable Book (Grades K-5)
More Popular Physical Education Printables

Lesson Plans

Movement and Circle Games
Invent a Sport
Hula Hoop Activities
Name That State
Cooperative Challenges
Classroom Olympic Games
Animal Walk Circuit
More Physical Education Lesson Plans


Winter Games Historical Facts Quiz
Hockey Facts Quiz
Tennis Trivia Quiz
Baseball Teams Quiz
Soccer Skills Quiz


17th-Century Pastimes and Sports
Animals as Athletes
Olympic Games and Politics
Black Hockey Players in the NHL
Little Known Sports
Althea Gibson
More Physical Education References

Physical Education & Science Connected

Events of the Summer Olympic Games
Action Poems and Songs
Winter Olympic Sports Word Search (Difficult)
Baseball Fun
Action Reaction
Baseball Parks
Science and Physical Education: Brain Power
More Physical Education Activities for Science Class

Language Arts Activities for Physical Education

Name That Sport
Knowledge Tag
Running Loose Questions
Running Loose Projects and Activities
The Soccer Teddy Bear
Tiger Woods Reading Warm-Up
More Language Arts Activities for Physical Education

History Resources for Physical Education

Jackie Robinson Coloring Page
Jackie Robinson Biography & Activities
Fastest Woman in the World: Wilma Rudolph
Modern Olympic Symbols & Traditions
Arthur Ashe
Political Events and Summer Olympic Games
Olympic History: 1936 Summer Games Background
More Popular History Resources for Physical Education

Social Studies & Physical Education Connected

Modified Orienteering
Olympic Games and Politics Research Questions
Jesse Owens: Olympic Champion
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Olympic Athlete
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Jesse Owens, Olympic Athlete
Muhammad Ali, Olympic Athlete
More Physical Education Activities for Social Studies

Mathematics & Physical Education Connected

Addition Robbery
Making Bicycling Easier
Basketball Multiplication
Tennis Teddies
Predictions: Individual and Team
Football Teddy Bears
Baseball Math
More Physical Education Activities for Math Class

Health & Safety Activities for Physical Education

Health & Nutrition Printables Slideshow
Explore Activity: Ways to Exercise
How Much Exercise Do You Get?
Muscle Learning
Prepare for the Ride
Heart Rate and Exercise
Basket Full of Exercise
More Health & Safety Activities for Physical Education

Sports Resources

Winter Olympics 2014: Sochi Preview
Several New Sports Debut at the 2014 Winter Olympics
Sochi: the Host City of the 2014 Winter Olympics
Security a Big Concern in Sochi
Russia's Anti-Gay Bill Ignites International Protests
Winter Olympic Games Reading Comprehension Activity
Volleyball Activities
More Popular Sports Resources

Olympic Games Resources

Events of the Winter Olympic Games
Past Olympic Athletes: Profiles, Biographies, and Activities
Going for the Gold Writing Activity
Top 10 Olympic Controversies
What Are the Modern Olympic Games?
Olympic Leaders
Ancient and Modern Olympic Games in Athens
More Olympic Games – Resources for Teachers

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