4 Ways to Keep Girls Interested in Sports

May 31st, 2016

By the time girls are 14 years old they are dropping out of sports at a rate four times higher than boys.

50 Activation Grant Winners Announced

May 26th, 2016

In celebration of Sportime’s 50th anniversary and in partnership with Let’s Move! Active Schools, Sportime featuring SPARK is proud to announce (50) Activation Grant awards to schools nationwide to help students get active before, during, and after school.

Can a Healthier Lifestyle Promote Good Character in Kids?

May 24th, 2016

The early years make up an important developmental phase in any person’s life. Up to the age of 18, we’re constantly learning new habits, information, and behaviors – while establishing foundations that will shape our experiences as an adult. In short, childhood represents both opportunity and vulnerability when it comes to promoting a healthier lifestyle. […]

Let’s Move! Active Schools Recognizes Partners of the Year

May 20th, 2016

Let’s Move! Active Schools recognizes Athletes for Hope and Sportime featuring SPARK as Partners of the Year.

6 Apps Every Physical Educator Needs

May 19th, 2016

By downloading these free (and a few low-cost) apps, P.E. teachers can incorporate the best tech resources into their everyday classroom activities.

Protecting Children’s Cardiovascular Health

May 17th, 2016

It’s important to examine the reasons behind children’s declining cardiovascular health and combat this trend by teaching healthy habits.

3 Reasons Wearable Tech Belongs in Physical Education Classes

May 12th, 2016

Wearable devices – and the accompanying mobile applications – will change the way P.E. classes happen, and how students can track and assess their own success.

Teaching Kinesthetic Learners in Physical Education

May 10th, 2016

While most people are either visual or auditory learners, the needs of minority kinesthetic learners shouldn’t be neglected.

What Are the Goals of Physical Education?

May 3rd, 2016

Here’s what you should aim for when outlining goals as a physical educator, or organizing a school P.E. department.