Physical Education

Log It

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Teachers can register classes and students to this online pedometer to help motivate kids to stay physically active. Allows students to record steps and miles, compete, and participate in a virtual hike across the USA.

Kids Quiz

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A daily online quiz that challenges students on topics concerning physical education, nutrition, health, fitness, and sports. Teachers can register classes and students for free.

Getting Healthy

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Health and physical fitness resources separated into three categories: For the Classroom, For the Gym, and School Programs. The resources were created by the American Heart Association to educate students about living a healthy life to avoid heart disease and stroke. Includes an educator tab and links for kids and parents.

Healthy Steps for Healthy Lives

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Easy to use classroom lessons to encourage students to Think, Eat, and Move Healthy. Also includes links for parents and kids. Created by Nestlé and the National Education Association Health Information Network.

GetSweaty.com

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A new workout video each day for students called the Daily Sweat. Offers a teacher tool to keep track of student use in and out of the classroom. Also includes resources for kids and parents.

Exploratorium: Sports Science

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Learn about a variety of sports from the scientific perspective with this interactive website. Includes hockey, baseball, cycling, and skateboarding. For all grade levels.

Be Smart. Be Well.

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Videos and resources on multiple health topics including Childhood Obesity, Dating Abuse, and Teen Driving among many others. Videos include real life stories and information from experts.

LearntobeHealthy.org

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Health Science education tools for kids. A collection of multimedia web-based activities with lesson plans. Topics include adolescence, nutrition, physical activity, dental health, the five senses, tobacco and inhalants. Also includes a link for Teens.

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