According to the American Heart Association, Physical Education not only gives children an opportunity to be active but it teaches them the skills they need to be active throughout their lifetime.
The NFL and the American Heart Association have teamed up to create the NFL PLAY 60 Challenge, a program that inspires kids to get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day in school and at home. It also helps schools become places that encourage physically active lifestyles year-round. Get students and staff excited, engaged and active! Register for the NFL PLAY 60 Challenge today and start downloading the resources you need to get your school moving.
Keep Gym in School has teamed with the National Association for Sport and physical education (NASPE) to create a series of football inspired lesson and activities, designed to get kids excited about PE.
These programs are geared for middle school students and are tied to national activity standards. They are available at no charge, and can be downloaded by clicking here.
|Lesson 1 – Training Camp||Download|
|Lesson 2 – Offensive Positions||Download|
|Lesson 3 – Defend Your Position||Download|
|Lesson 4 – Defense||Download|
|Lesson 5 – Let the Games Begin||Download|
|Lesson 6 – Preseason Games||Download|
|Lesson 7 – Regular Season Games||Download|
|KGIS Mini Lessons||Download|
|KGIS Resource Materials||Download|
Resources for Educators
Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans – The Federal Government has issued its first-ever Physical. click here
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Physical Activity Resources. click here
Action for Healthy Kids – Resources to Improve Schools. click here
NASPE – Teacher Tool Kit. click here