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Announcing the SPARK 25-Day Physical Activity Challenge!

SPARK is teaming up with Let’s Move! Active Schools and the President’s Challenge to host the SPARK 25-Day Physical Activity Challenge this fall. The goal of the SPARK Challenge is to promote daily physical activity -- at least 60 minutes a day, 5... more

For the #LoveofPlay: Chance to win Let's Move! Active Schools prizes

Let’s Move! Active Schools is teaming up with Fuel Up to Play 60 to get kids active and playing this school year. From September 9 – October 17, anyone that completes a Let’s Move! Active Schools assessment (and opts in to the promotion upon signing... more

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  • Mary A. Driemeyer

    RE: include overweight students into physical e...

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    My experience is from an elementary school point of view and this may be very different at other levels. It is imperative for students to participate and try new things in a safe environment. To do this we spend a lot of time with character building...

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    RE: Middle School Classroom Activity Breaks

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    Energizing Brain Breaks is a really good resource. I use them all the time with my middle school health classes. Presented in a small spiral bound laminated book, easy to pick up and implement with little prep. There is also an Energizing Brain...

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    RE:Middle School Classroom Activity Breaks

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    I am introducing Gonoodle to my college methods course. A student asked me why both his Elem. and Secondary methods professors taught on the importance of activity breaks but weren't doing them so I found this amazing resource and we are using it!...

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    RE: Middle School Classroom Activity Breaks

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    I use stretching exercises (eg. 7 directions in which the spine can move); breathing exercises; and then some of the standing exercises that come from track and running preparation, for example: writing the alphabet in large letters with one leg (straight...

  • Jessica M. Shawley

    RE:Middle School Classroom Activity Breaks

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    My middle school has used/still uses: Gopher's Active Healthy Schools Grade 5-6 classroom activity break cards, HOPSports brain breaks, the Energizing Brain Breaks book (purple book), Wii/Just Dance songs, FitDeck cards, Sportime Write-on ball and...

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