Getting students engaged and interested in physical activity is a huge part of teaching Physical Education. In addition to learning new skills and being introduced to sports and different ways to move your body, students need to see how fun being healthy and fit can be! So, Halloween is a great time of year to introduce some fun lessons and excite students about getting active.
You will find almost 50 bulletin boards and over 50 Halloween-themed lesson ideas in this guide, plus a dance video on how to teach the Thriller dance. We highly encourage you to share any ideas, modifications or adaptations you would like to add. Post pictures of your own bulletin boards in the comments and ask any questions about activities so that you and your peers can gain the most from this resource.
This is a Spooktacular Resource that your students and you will enjoy!
*There are no certificates for this course. It is a resource and an opportunity to communicate and share with your peers about the materials provided within the discussion platform.
PE Central (pecentral.org) is the most widely used Web site for health and physical education teachers, parents, and students in the country. Resources on the site include over 2000 physical education and health lesson ideas and Best Practices, Professional Development online courses and on-site workshops, a growing media center including 100+ videos, and a series of programs designed to motivate children to improve their fitness levels (Log It), activity skills (The PE Central Challenge) and their health and nutrition knowledge.