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Continuing on the success of the Explore FMS Part I workshop, you will find more ideas here for participants to utilize fundamental movement skills in small settings.
There are many opportunities within the home, school and community to improve the nutrition environment.
There is no health without mental health! Positive interactions, adapting to change, coping with adversity and finding balance in all aspects of life are critical elements of maintaining mental health.
Do you need fresh new ideas for teaching dance? Are you struggling to maximize student participation during your dance unit? Come and join Ever Active Schools in this interactive session!
During this session, we will look at practical tools and strategies for developing quality assessment and instruction in Physical Education.
Lead-Up Games are low organized activities that focus or mimic various sport skills without actually playing the sport in its entirety. Lead-Up activities give students the opportunity to utilize these various sport skills in small settings.
Looking for support for your elementary physical education classes? Ready to participate in activities to take back to your staff?
Do you want to incorporate daily physical activities that involve curricular outcomes? Are you looking for more physical activity opportunities for your students that foster cooperation and social skills? If so, then this is the workshop for you!
Come join Ever Active Schools and learn activity ideas that are inclusive, active and fun for all students. Activities explored will be from all dimensions in Physical Education and will highlight the Ever Active Schools resource: Recipe Card Lesson Plans
Do you want to incorporate daily physical activities that involve curricular outcomes? Are you looking for more physical activity opportunities for your students that foster cooperation? If so, then this is the workshop for you!
Download this resource, compiled by the Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) Alberta Community Recreation and Sport Working Group. See what is the latest!
Ever Active Schools had the great opportunity to work along side grade four to six educators from across the North West Territories.