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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD)

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K to 12
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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance promotes and supports creative and healthy lifestyles through high quality programs in health, physical education,...more
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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance promotes and supports creative and healthy lifestyles through high quality programs in health, physical education, recreation, dance and sport, provides members with professional development opportunities that increases knowledge, improves skills, and encourages sound professional practices.

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Bookmark and share this site with your school's physical education teacher and coaches. Share a link on your class website as information for parents. Share this site with older students as part of any health unit, ask them to create a home health plan based on guidelines provided on the site.

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KidsHealth For Kids - Nemours Foundation

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K to 8
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This website is extremely informative and provides students with details about everyday illnesses and injuries, emotional support, puberty, nutrition, and more! There is such a wealth...more
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This website is extremely informative and provides students with details about everyday illnesses and injuries, emotional support, puberty, nutrition, and more! There is such a wealth of information available at this website, teachers can find numerous subjects, activities and information. Several kid-approved recipes are also provided. Be sure to check out the movies - they provide general science information and simple explanations of the many systems of the body (and are quite entertaining). FLASH is required for some of the activities.

tag(s): human body (92)

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Use an interactive whiteboard and make the unique activities at this website a class experience. Then include the link on your teacher web page for students to share at home.

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NIBBLE ( Nutrition Information Bulletin Board & Learning Experience) - University of Masachusetts

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4 to 8
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Use this straightforward site to learn about basic nutirition and to assess you own diet. Students can assess their snacking style or take interactive quizzes on different food groups...more
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Use this straightforward site to learn about basic nutirition and to assess you own diet. Students can assess their snacking style or take interactive quizzes on different food groups and nutrition pitfalls.

tag(s): nutrition (132)

In the Classroom

Uset this site as reinforcement of nutrition information you learn in class, or assign students a scavanger hunt to explore and learn for health, science, FCS, or PE class.

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Non-Traditional Gymnastics - John Williams

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1 to 12
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Though this site has been archived, all of the links to lesson plans, etc. are working. Learn the terminology, background, and teaching how-to's for informal or "non-traditional" gymnastcs...more
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Though this site has been archived, all of the links to lesson plans, etc. are working. Learn the terminology, background, and teaching how-to's for informal or "non-traditional" gymnastcs from this site. You will find numerous activity and lesson ideas, complete descriptions of the skills (including cues, problem areas, tips, spotting, and variations), and even video of some skills to share with your students (Requires Quicktime). Lesson ideas come from educators who submit them, so the list keeps growing.

tag(s): sports (77)

In the Classroom

Give a link to the skills portion of the site on your teacher web page so students and parents can practice at home after you have given the instruction in class. Discourage couch-potatoes! This site would also be useful fot students who cannot participate in gym to learn background information while they sit out.
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America's Running Routes - U.S. Track and Field

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4 to 12
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Get them moving! Create walk/run paths for your students to use both in school PE classes and at home using this interactive site from United States Track and Field. Follow ...more
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Get them moving! Create walk/run paths for your students to use both in school PE classes and at home using this interactive site from United States Track and Field. Follow simple instructions to use a clickable map as you designate the route. The site calculates the mileage, lets you print out the map with the route marked, or even add it to an online database of walk/run routes all over the U.S. Then place links to your recommended routes on your teacher or school web site. Get students and parents involved in fitness with their families. You can also look up routes in your area already registered by other fitness enthusiasts. Maybe even create an all-school walk/run event!

tag(s): fitness (48)

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Iditarod Home Page - Iditarod

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4 to 12
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The home page for the annual Iditarod sled dog race offers all manner of information on the race, the dogs, and the mushers. There's also information on the Junior Iditarod, ...more
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The home page for the annual Iditarod sled dog race offers all manner of information on the race, the dogs, and the mushers. There's also information on the Junior Iditarod, and extensive information for teachers and students. This site is useful even during "non-race" seasons.

tag(s): alaska (21), iditarod (4)

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Five A Day Nutrition - National Cancer Institute

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4 to 12
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The National Cancer Institute now offers this venerable site as an encouragement to make fruits and vegetables a central part of the American diet. Though not designed specifically...more
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The National Cancer Institute now offers this venerable site as an encouragement to make fruits and vegetables a central part of the American diet. Though not designed specifically for students, the site includes complete resources - recipes, promotional ideas, local contact information, etc. - and could be useful for health and nutrition classes.

tag(s): nutrition (132)

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Science and the Olympics - WhyFiles

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4 to 10
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This site was developed for the 1996 Atlanta games, and updated in 2013. It offers some timeless information about the science behind the sports that is useful during any Olympic ...more
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This site was developed for the 1996 Atlanta games, and updated in 2013. It offers some timeless information about the science behind the sports that is useful during any Olympic year! The WhyFiles presentation shows the hundreds of scientific connections to modern sports. There are eight main categories (for example, Ancient Olympics, Computers In Sports, and Sports Doctors: Athletic Ethics). Although this site isn't highly interactive, there are some explicitly detailed photographs and extensive information on all topics highlighted.

tag(s): olympics (41), sports (77)

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Why not do an eight day unit based on this website. Highlight a new category each day on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Or divide your students into small groups and assign each group one of the eight topics to explore. This site would tie into social studies, health, physical education, technology, and other subject areas.

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