Online Physical Education.
Take your physical education instruction VIRTUAL with these helpful online resources.
JOE WICKS. Otherwise known as the Nation's PE Coach or The Body Coach, celebrity fitness expert, Joe Wicks is now leading online PE video sessions for today's youth. His 30 minute sessions are live on Youtube every Monday through Friday at 9:00am, but can be watched at any time. Joe's Youtube channel can be found here.
THE PE GEEK. PE Geek offers helpful online webinars and workshops to assist PE instructors on how to navigate the world of online instruction. The blogs are also offered in podcast form, for easy listening.
SHAPE AMERICA. The SHAPE American blog offers helpful support and tips to actively engaging in physical education from home. Also, specific resources and helpful tips specific to COVID-19 can be found here.
COSMIC KIDS YOGA. Cosmic Kids Youtube channel provides introductory to higher level yoga and mindfulness activities for kids. Videos range from 10 to 20 minutes.
KIDZ BOP. KIDZ BOP's Youtube channel provides provides dance along videos for kids the combine movement and music and a great way to get the wiggles out.
GONOODLE. The GoNoodle website was a vast variety of brief videos that combine movement, music, games, mindfulness, and even academic concepts.
SPARK. Spark provides 3 weeks of materials for elementary, middle school and high school physical education at home.
DYNAMIC PE ASAP. Dynamic PE ASAP provides instructors with free lesson plans with both in-home and backyard activities that will get kids moving.
MOVE TO LEARN. Move to Learn offers free videos to help pre-k through 6th grade students get out some energy and stay focused.
PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT. Playground equipment provides physical education vocabulary for kids and families to stay healthy and active together at home.
Let's Move: Staying Active for Kids. Find ways to stay active whether inside or outside ... no excuses! Tons of resources for staying active as well as nutrition tips, recipes, and motivational talks!
National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID). The National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID) is a national organization that plays a major role in shaping the direction of adapted physical education (APE) and adapted physical activity (APA). The NCPEID website identifies the Adapted Physical Education National Standards (APENS) and provides information on how to become a nationally Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE).
Special Olympics Mississippi. Special Olympics Mississippi provides year-round sports training and competition to over 7000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. To promote social inclusion, Special Olympics Mississippi also provides UNIFIED Sports. UNIFIED Sports provide individuals with and without intellectual disabilities the opportunity to train and compete on the same team. Get involved today . . . coach, compete, or volunteer!