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    Sports and Geometry
    Debbie Miskiel, who teaches at Workman High School in La Puente, California, submitted this lesson in which students learn how geometry concepts play a role in many sports. (Grades 6-12)


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    Ball/Barrel Attack
    Charles Milliren, who teaches at Owen-Withee Elementary School in Owen, Wisconsin, submitted this lesson, which provides a PE game that will build teamwork skills as students get an excellent workout. (Grades 3-8)

    Beat the Clock
    Cheryl Rains, who teaches at Kingswood Elementary School in Sacramento, California, submitted this weeks lesson, which offers a fun idea to help teachers manage transitions such as grouping students, end-of-day cleanup, others. (Grades K-12)

    Frisbee® Horseshoes
    Molly Schock, who teaches at Casa Grande (Arizona) Middle School, submitted this lesson in which students play a fun game of Frisbee Horseshoes. (Grades 3-12)

    Ball Attack
    Charles Milliren, who teaches at Owen-Withee Elementary School in Owen, Wisconsin, submitted this week's lesson in which students play a team game. (Grades 3-8)

    Sports and Hobby Math
    Melissa Thomas, who teaches at Dacula (Georgia) Middle School, submitted this lesson, in which students write about ways in which they use math in a favorite sport or hobby. (Grades 3-12)

    Sheep and Wolves
    Denis McCarthy, who teaches at Sheng Kung Hui Primary School on Macau, submitted this lesson, in which students release energy in a quick game of "Sheep and Wolves." (Grades K-5)

    Spell, Shoot, and Score
    Cynthia Mackel, who teaches at Rosemont Elementary School in Baltimore, Maryland, submitted this week's lesson in which students play a fun game to review their spelling word lists. (Grades K-5)

    Survivor in the Classroom
    Mary E. Noyes, who teaches at Minneota Public School in Minneota, Minnesota, submitted this week's lesson, which presents a series of challenges to students. Could your students survive? (Grades PreK-12)

    Spelling Kickball!
    This easy way to review spelling words in a kickball game format is perfect for those days when students need to get up and MOVE! (Grades K-5)

    Pokemon Are Smart and Healthy
    Students play a dodge-ball type game as they perform a number of mental and physical challenges. (Grades 3-8)

    Apache Ball
    Students play a game of dodge ball in which the object of the game is to eliminate the other team. In this activity, students work on throwing, catching, dodging, and aiming skills as they practice teamwork. (Grades 3-12)


    EXERCISE / MOVEMENT

    Jump Rope Math
    Fun-filled math game that can be used to reinforce math skills across the grades. (Grades PreK-12)

    Menu Madness
    Students learn fast facts about fast food! (Grades 6-12)

    Fitness Lab
    This lab is used to show children the benefits of exercise through active participation. (Grades K-5)

     

    TEAM SPORTS

    Ball/Barrel Attack
    Charles Milliren, who teaches at Owen-Withee Elementary School in Owen, Wisconsin, submitted this lesson, which provides a PE game that will build teamwork skills as students get an excellent workout. (Grades 3-8)

    Beat the Clock
    Cheryl Rains, who teaches at Kingswood Elementary School in Sacramento, California, submitted this weeks lesson, which offers a fun idea to help teachers manage transitions such as grouping students, end-of-day cleanup, others. (Grades K-12)

    Frisbee® Horseshoes
    Molly Schock, who teaches at Casa Grande (Arizona) Middle School, submitted this lesson in which students play a fun game of Frisbee Horseshoes. (Grades 3-12)

    Ball Attack
    Charles Milliren, who teaches at Owen-Withee Elementary School in Owen, Wisconsin, submitted this week's lesson in which students play a team game. (Grades 3-8)

    A Basketball Tournament
    In this unit, designed to introduce students to the concepts and activities related to basketball, students practice dribbling, passing, shooting lay-ups and jump shots, and defensive footwork. (Grades 6-8)

    Play Rope Volleyball -- And Don't Drop the Ball!
    Students will use a jump rope as a net and volley a ball or balloon over the net a specified number of times. (Grades K-5)

    Apache Ball
    Students play a game of dodge ball in which the object of the game is to eliminate the other team. In this activity, students work on throwing, catching, dodging, and aiming skills as they practice teamwork. (Grades 3-12)

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