Why Your Lesson Plans Should Include Non-Traditional Sports

November 30th, 2017

Many schools across the country have relied on the same sporting activities for their PE classes for decades. But, while traditional lesson plans get children moving, they might not be keeping them interested in sports and fitness in the long-run. By incorporating non-traditional sports into your PE classes, students are exposed to a whole new […]

How to Encourage Students to Try Team and Solo Sports

November 16th, 2017

Team and solo sports can be a fantastic supplement to physical education (PE) classes, promoting healthy habits and valuable life skills such as teamwork, discipline, and good sportsmanship. Not only that, but these activities can become beloved hobbies that children continue into adulthood and greatly benefit their later lives. As a physical educator, you may […]

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.

Which Sport Is the Right Choice for My Child’s Personality?

November 19th, 2015

Sports are a great way to teach your children to be a contributing part of a team, challenge themselves, and get active.

Teaching Children Good Sporting Behavior

February 21st, 2014

Sports teach kids many important lessons. One of those lessons is how to play hard and fair, while also being a good sport. Good sporting behavior not only teaches children how to compete without losing their composure, but it also helps them understand the importance of positive social skills. By teaching and reinforcing these values […]