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Make curriculum planning for your next class—or even the entire year—easy using ideas discovered in these blogs! Teachers like you share ideas that work for them when organizing their PE curriculum and how to align lessons with national standards.

Dynamic PE ASAP: Kid Tested. Kid Approved!

DynamicPEASAP.com's simple lesson plan builder allows you to customize lessons by dragging activities into your lesson plan. If you are looking for new ideas, time-tested ideas, or a...

Using Learning Targets for Effective PE and Student Success

Educational trends emphasize the importance of conducting lessons with specific learning targets. Many school districts require that daily learning targets are posted. Additionally, there is a wide held expectation that any student can tell an...

Gopher Sport and San Diego State University Announce New Partnership with SPARK Curriculum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MARCH 5th, 2019 Owatonna, Minn.— Gopher Sport and San Diego State University (SDSU) are excited to announce a new exclusive partnership with SPARK, the world’s most...

Physical Education Curriculum Mapping: 3 Easy Steps to a Year Long Plan

Physical Education curriculum mapping is a process in which teachers can align overall program outcomes, teaching and learning activities, and assessment strategies to ensure and support meaningful learning experiences for all students...

Explore 100 Free PE Assessments with DynamicPEASAP.com!

DynamicPEASAP.com is designed as a time-saving, adaptable way for teachers to create their own lesson plans. No lesson plan is complete without an efficient, useful standards-based, grade level outcome driven assessment. This video will provide an overview of the assessments provided in the curriculum.
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Dynamic PE ASAP: A Free Lesson Plan Building Tool

I am so excited to share that the Dynamic Physical Education Curriculum is now available online for FREE at dynamicpeasap.com. Since the 1960’s,...

How to Create a Yearly PE Lesson Plan

Having a plan for the school year is essential. It all starts with identifying the essential learning targets you want students to know and be able to do. The SHAPE America National Physical Education Standards and your state standards are your guides. Once you know what students should know and be able to do, you can begin to design how you will assess this and plan when this will happen.
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Yoga: Strike a Pose in P.E.

What is a “Downward Dog”, “Child’s Pose”, or “Mountain Pose”? The answer by many would be yoga poses, which is correct. But, what is yoga? Some would simply define the term "yoga” as stretching. Others...
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Curriculum Organization Tips for Physical Education

Purposeful planning, organizing, and reflection are key components to quality teaching. I’m always asking myself: How can I be more mindful in enhancing the learning experience for my students? The answers to this question...

Revitalizing Pedagogy and Content for Today’s Generation

Teaching year after year creates a sense of confidence and maturity among children. In addition, finding activities that are successful is something all teachers want in their curriculum. Experience is the key factor for many...

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