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Physical Education K - 6th Grade

Regular physical activity will help to improve your child’s mood, health, focus, and learning ability. Children and adolescents ages 6 through 17 years should do 60 minutes (1 hour) or more of physical activity every day. Below is a list of some indoor ideas to keep your child active and healthy during the break.

Monday 5/18 - Beat the Heat (Don’t forget to wear sunblock)

1. Water gun target practice - setup some empty soda cans or plastic cups. Stand about 10 feet away and try to knock the cans over. 

2. Water gun limbo - have someone spray a water gun and try to go underneath it without getting wet. 

3. Have a water fight with your family. 


Tuesday 5/19 - Outside Play

1. Water Balloon Volleyball - You will need water balloons and towels. Working with a partner, hold the towel in the air. Try to toss the water balloon and catch it again in the towel. When you have mastered tossing and catching, try to play with other people and toss the water balloon back and forth. 

2. Water Balloon Batting Practice - Use a racket or bat and try tossing a water balloon in the air and hitting it. 

3. Enjoy a lunch time picnic outside on a blanket. Enjoy nature and the sunshine. 


Wednesday 5/20 - Heart Healthy

1. Roll the Dice - Create a running track in the driveway, backyard, or sidewalk. Roll two dice and multiply the number by 2. If the product is between 1-9 then run the track; if it is between 10 and 24 then jog the track, if it is between 25 to 36 then walk the track. 

2. Learn how to check your heart rate 

Check your heart rate before exercising and then jump in place for 2 minutes. How much faster is your heart beating?

3. GoNoodle 100 Jumping Jacks -


Thursday 5/21 - Nibley Park Monthly Fitness Challenge Day

1. Choose 5 activities from the May calendar (at the bottom of the page) and complete the challenges throughout the day. 

2. Reduce Your Anxiety GoNoodle -


Friday 5/22 -  Fun Family Friday

1. Living Room Workout -

2. GoNoodle Total Movement -

3. Family a Mile Workout (YouTube)

4. Cheesy Monkey Workout -


Monday 5/25 - Have a Stress-Free Day

1. GoNoodle Grow Gratitude -

2. GoNoodle Shake It Off -

3. GoNoodle Manage Frustration -

4. GoNoodle Live in the Moment -

Tuesday 5/26 - Weekly Fitness Challenge

1. Lunge Challenge -

2. Squat Challenge -

3. Sit-up Challenge -

4. Pushup Challenge -

5. When you’re done, remember to stretch your muscles and practice 


Wednesday 5/27 - Obstacle Courses

1. Create Your Own Water Obstacle Course - Collect items from around the house such as hula hoops, jump ropes, water buckets, balls etc. Create your own obstacle course challenges. Make sure you wear sunblock. 

2. Sprinkler Dodge - Turn on the sprinklers and try to maneuver your way from one side of the yard to the other without getting wet. 

3. Relax and Dry off by laying on a towel in the sun. Use this time to practice breathing and relaxing. 


Thursday 5/28 - Nibley Park Monthly Fitness Challenge Day

1. Choose 5 activities from the May calendar (at the bottom of the page) and complete the challenges throughout the day. 


Friday 5/29 - Become an Athlete

1. Classroom Soccer Coach -

2. GoNoodle Touchdown Dance -

3. Choose any sport skill that you like and practice it for 5 minutes. 

4. Juggle a ball with your feet while listening to your favorite song. 

5. GoNoodle Agility Training -


Monday 6/1 - Things that Go

Enjoy the beautiful spring weather by going for a bike ride, get on your skateboard, scooter, rollerblade, or pogo stick around your neighborhood. Remember to maintain physical distance and to wear a helmet. 


Tuesday 6/2 - Take Flight

1. Paper Airplane Cornhole - Make 3 different paper airplanes. Get a tupperware, bucket, or basket. Stand about 10 feet behind the bucket and throw your paper airplane. Give yourself 1 point for every airplane that hits the bucket and 2 points for every one that goes inside the bucket. 

2. Make Your Plastic Cup Fly - You’ll just need cups, something to make a hole, string and maybe some tape. Cut or punch a hole into the bottom of the cup. Put the cup on the string through the hole and attach the string to posts or tape to a wall outside. Use your water guns or other water squirting toy to get the cup to move to the other end. Unless your gun is super powerful you’ll need to pay attention to the direction of the water (good target practice).

Wednesday 6/3 - Fun with Sidewalk Chalk

Fun Sidewalk Chalk activities. If you don’t have sidewalk chalk, create your own obstacle course with cardboard, paper, sticks, or anything that you can find. Be creative!

1. YouTube -

2. YouTube -

3. Frisbee Tic Tac Toe - Create a Tic Tac Toe board and mark a starting line about three feet away. Try tossing a frisbee or a flat rock from the starting line into the Tic Tac Toe squares. 



May Fitness Challenge

Cheryl Saunders (Coach C), CHES

PE Teacher Nibley Park