Physical Education

Ms. Kaleigh Rogers

krogers@colebrookschool.org


April 21st, 2020


Parents, Guardians and Students,


I hope everyone is safe and working hard at home! We all here at Colebrook Consolidated School miss everyone so very much! A few of us were recently discussing what field day would look like if it had to be virtual to you at home. We've come up with an idea that will really be awesome and easy to do at home! Keep checking in to the school PE page and your google classroom pages for more information! #colebrookfieldday2020


P.S. Check out this cool website thanks to Brittney and Alexis Wagner! www.playgroundequipment.com/physical-education-vocabulary-for-kids/

See you soon hopefully!

Miss. Rogers

March 30th, 2020


Parents and Guardians,

The next couple of weeks students will be doing their physical education classes from home. During this time I would like the students to continue to fill out physical fitness logs with any activity they do each day. In order to give ideas on what to do there will be a curriculum map and DEAM calendar along with this letter. Students should go one day at a time.

I will be able to help on Thursdays and Fridays via email until we come back to school. Please keep these logs in a safe place at home so that when we return I can look at them and give your child a grade for the time they have been away from school. Remember students are allowed to fill out their logs only once a week because that is the allotted amount of time they have each week for PE. It is however encouraged to have them take a break every once in a while and get outside, this can be logged as well. :)

Along with this email is the DEAM calendar for March and April, curriculum mapping project along with two fitness logs of seven days each.


Thanks for all your help!

Kaleigh Rogers

krogers@colebrookschool.org


AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT PE WOULD LOOK LIKE EACH PE DAY:

1) Look at the 5 day rotation schedule pick one to work on:

Day 1

Concept of Focus:

I can show balance and coordination while playing at home.

Academic Language for Today:

BALANCE

An even distribution of weight allowing you to stay upright and steady.

2) Do any activity that has to do with balance, this is when students can be creative!

3) Look at the DEAM calendar (Drop Everything and Move) and complete task.

Pick 5 different muscles to stretch. Hold each stretch for 20 seconds.

4) Log everything you did in your PE log.

OR

Have your student go onto their google classroom and complete the tasks during their PE time there! classroom.google.com

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The DEAM calendar, 5 day schedule rotation and more PE logs will be sent to your email or google classroom when it is time. :)



March 13th, 2020


Dear Parents and Guardians,


During the next few weeks students will be doing work at home for physical education. The work that the students do will be various activities to keep them busy and active during the two weeks. There will be a physical education log for all students, I urge all students to try and fill them out and return them. Please don’t stop playing outside and working hard to keep our bodies in shape during our two weeks away from school.

The various activities are attached in this packet and are easy to do activities for the whole family! In this packet includes:

  • The Physical Education fitness log
  • Fitness Uno
  • Yoga and Mindfulness Exercises
  • Pop See Ko Dance

Students are also encouraged (especially with our American Ninja Warrior Unit) to go online and do the following workouts from youtube. They are easy to follow along with:

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAXg3cM0UCw HIIT

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHVR2FnTpdk&t=88s Upper/Lower Body Strength

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvlnJpt9FDU Cardio

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvlnJpt9FDU&list=PLiQyPKgbtKze0CM8oFzWyDfw0xHs9fm Bz Cardio.

On top of all these options, third through sixth grade students are encouraged to design their own obstacle courses and take a picture of them to share when we return back to school. For my kindergarten through second grade students they are encouraged to go onto GoNoodle, watch a few videos and try to make up their own GoNoodle video. (The video does not have to be filmed, it's just for fun).

Thank you for your patience and help during these two weeks!


Sincerely,

Kaleigh Rogers

krogers@colebrookschool.org


GoNoodle Website for K-2 (Create own GoNoodle Video, does not have to be recorded)

GoNoodle.com


At Home Exercise Videos for third through sixth grade (American Ninja Warrior Training)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAXg3cM0UCw HIIT

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHVR2FnTpdk&t=88s Upper/Lower Body Strength

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvlnJpt9FDU Cardio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvlnJpt9FDU&list=PLiQyPKgbtKze0CM8oFzWyDfw0xHs9fmBz Cardio