• P.E. Resources

    Here are a variety of resources to check out while being at home.

    heart.org/kidsheartchallenge in English and Spanish

    *Kids Heart Challenge 25 Ways to Get Moving at Home: https://www2.heart.org/sie/DocServer/KHC_25_Ways_to_Get_Moving_at_Home.pdf, https://www2.heart.org/site/DocServer/KHC_Heart_Healthy_Bingo_at_Home.pdf, Coloring Pages - https://www2heart.org/site/DocServer/Coloring_Bookv3.pdf/1419176201?docID=5420&verID=2, and Heart FACTS: https://www2.heart.org/site/SPaeServer?pagename=KHC_resources_heart_facts

    *Worksheets - Heart Healthy BINGO, Fruit & Vegtable Funnies, Healthy Heart Predictions, Wacky Word Gmes, Make a Heart Hero Bookmark, Jump Roping Skills, Anatomy of the heart, 25 Ways to keep moving at home - Please share exercises by going to #kidsheartchallenge and/or #movemore there is also a page where you can get cooking recipes, ideas by creating family meals together

    Share your ideas by emailing your Coaches at grahame@pearlandisd.org or jaramillok@pearlandisd.org your workouts, cooking with family, pictures are welcome!

    Check out www.safecyclist.org for Bike, Walking, and Laws concerning walking safely, and biking safely, how to size a helmet, how to fix a flat etc.

    *PBS Kids Indoor Activitities to Release Engergy: https://www.pbs.org/parentsthrive/8-indoor-activities-to-relesae-kids-energy

    *Beach Body Kids Workouts: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6880106

    *Shape America April Mind and Body Calendar: https//www.shapeamerica.org/uploads/pdfs./2020/April-2020-Elementary-Calendar: English.pdf

    *Cosmic Kids Yoga: https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

    *PE with Joe: https://www.youtube.com/playist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvQafyve889qVcPxYEjdSTl

    *Kids Health: https://kidshealth.org/en/kids/center/htbw-main-page.html?WT.ac=knav-htw:main-page

    *BrainPop Jr.: https://jr.brainpop.com/healthy/


    Below links you can just click and go to the website

    Go Red For Women
    Information about Women and Heart Attacks.

    How to Start a Walking Program
    This website will introduce you into a walking program and get you started a healthier lifestyle.
    What is a Stroke
    Website is to help understand what is a stroke, how to prevent a stroke, what does it do to the heart, etc.
    A Kids Website
    Ideas for kids and parents to change to a better healthier lifestyle.
    How the Heart Beats
    This website talks about how the heart beats and you can save a life by CPR.
    Nutrition, Portion Sizes
    This website is to teach about nutrition, portion sizes, what our plate is to look like, etc. Worksheets can be printed off and calculations of food intake, exercise log, and certificates can be printed to award students for a good job done.
    Check your Heart out
    See how you heart rates in this website to a survey that will help you establish a better way to living a longer and healthier life.
    Nutrition Center
    Check out this website to see what the Nutrition Center can offer you and your family as a way to eating healthier.

    The Fitnessgram/Activitygram will give you information on the do's and don'ts about the test items, pictures of each test and how it is given, what are the areas being tested and what muscles are being if it is strength and endurance or flexibility for example, give the standards for all boys and girls by ages, worksheets to print and work on as a family, give modifications for test items, and list several Get Fit Exercise to incorporate into an exercise routine.


    TEKS for P.E.

    Texas Essentials Knowledge of Skills for Physical Education
    TEKS are the the requirements for Physical Education for each grade level that requires physical development skills, social development skills, health skills, and cognitive. The TEKS include flexibility of the body, muscular endurance, muscular strength, and challenges to complement our academic areas. For example, Kinders are learning about personal space and how to have self control, 1st Graders are learning how to apply safety practices with physical activities, 2nd Graders are to be able to jump on an individual basis, all 3rd Graders are learning how to use strategies in a game situation along rules and etiquette, and 4th Graders can identify the components of health-related fitness. These are only a few exmaples more can be found by going into this website.