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Coach B's Health and Fitness Classes
Coach B's Health and Fitness Classes
What's Happening in PE?!
What's Happening in PE?!
What's Happening in PE?!
This blog provides a summary of learning for each unit covered in Health and Fitness.
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Week of June 15th
This is essentially the last week of the school year. Hooray for us!!! PE Grades were submitted today. Everyone received the same grade from Tri 2 or better. Enjoy your summer.
16 Jun 2020
Friday the 5th of June
Well today I am headed in to pick up all of my belongings and check out for the year. I will miss all of IVE and have enjoyed my time that I have spent over the last six years. I am sad that I am leaving without seeing everyone. Rem...
5 Jun 2020
Hope you had a great Memorial Day
We are getting to the end of May. Time is starting to move a little faster now that we are almost in phase 2 of this Covid crisis. I'd like to think all of you are still staying active and trying to get out of the house as much as possibl...
26 May 2020
Wet outside so upload some videos like dance, yoga, workouts
You do not have to do any recording of your physical activities. We just ask that you do some type of movement atleast 20 min a day, atleast 3x a week or more. Enjoy, stay active. Coach B
21 May 2020
Week of 5/11/2020
After we had a staff meeting today, it appears that even though PE is now considered essential learning, not enrichment, we will not be doing anything different than we are now. The monthly calendar has daily activities or you can come up with your o...
12 May 2020
I wanted to post that I have chosen to transfer schools and will be teaching PE at Grand Ridge next year. I will truly miss IVE. Six wonderful years filled with great friendships and memories. I am saddened that I will not get...
8 May 2020
May The Fourth Be With You!!!
The forecast had rain projected and today turned out to be beautiful. Glad they got it wrong. So I Got out in the yard and weeded a little bit. Definitely not one of my favorite activities. Then I walked the dogs. I am about to start my b...
4 May 2020
Today and tomorrow the weather will b OK to get outside, but come the weekend and next week--RAIN
So get outside now b4 the rain. For inside activities, do some dance videos, kids total fitness and some cardio. Can you believe its May tomorrow? Miss you all, Stay Active!!!
30 Apr 2020
This is the Last week of April. Stay active even in the rain. Jump ropes and hula hoops are fun. Go online and find some dance videos. Kid Yoga. etc... Be creative, Be active
27 Apr 2020
Email me anytime with questions
Feel free to email me anytime if you have questions or want more ideas for activities. Don't forget the monthly calendar link at the top of this page. After our PE district meeting on Tuesday, it has been determined that our PE classes are cons...
22 Apr 2020
All the Elementary PE Teachers are meeting this morning.
We hope to formulate a plan that works for all grades. The bottom line is that we want all students to stay active. Officially we will probably have to record something so look for an activity log of some sort.
21 Apr 2020
Spring break has come to an end
Tomorrow we roll out the official remote learning. Still not sure what that will look like for PE. As soon as I get more info, I will pass on to you. So all we can do now is to continue to be active. Get outside for a walk. Ke...
19 Apr 2020
School is officially going to remote learning for the rest of the year
April 20th all teachers will be conducting classes remotely. What that will look like for PE is still yet to be determined. We as a district PE staff will come up with a plan. So... until further notice, enjoy your spring break and ...
8 Apr 2020
April has arrived!!!
So Governor Inslee extended the time we are out of school until April 30. You should be receiving communications from your classroom teachers. For PE, in Principal Pickard's weekly letter, there was a link for 3 weeks of workouts for PE. ...
3 Apr 2020
It's Friday, yet now that we are home quarantined,the days blend together
I am using bands to do some basic exercises to keep my basic strength level up. You can purchase on Amazon. There are a variety of colors that have different levels of resistance. At school we used green bands, thinner than the red o...
27 Mar 2020
Week of March 23
Governor Inslee decreed a "shelter in Place plan" yesterday. I hear that walks outside are "ok" but not gatherings of any sort. I am writing this to remind you that there are many opportunities to still be active in yo...
24 Mar 2020
So My last post was saying Dancing classrooms are cancelled. Now...
We know that school will be closed for a week until the district can figure out if we have the capability to do remote learning. Essentially the question is: Will we provide lessons to students to continue the school year from home? ...
19 Mar 2020
Dancing Classroom cancelled for 2 weeks
Due to the Districts updated policies regarding the corona virus. Dancing classrooms for all 5th grade classes are cancelled through the next two weeks. We will continue Football for this week and then move on to a golf unit.
10 Mar 2020
Power point for review of the five Components of Fitness
Students are able to go online and review the power point.
9 Mar 2020
Mid-Winter Break is over and we are back in classes. The 5th graders are doing half dance class, half football unit. It is a new experince for me to see the students so nervous about interacting with each other in the dance class. Soooo g...
25 Feb 2020
1 week before Mid- Winter Break
We will finish up the last couple of days of the basketball unit and move to the football Unit. Just like any sports unit, we will start with the basics. Day 1: will be throwing and catching the football. Day 2: will be runniing routes fo...
10 Feb 2020
Soccer is over. We will now move to a Basketball Unit. Week of Jan. 21st-25th.
It is the Tuesday back from the MLK 3 Day -Weekend. Last week we had 2 days of school, both of which were late starts. Next week we have a teacher in-service day. The schedule has been definitely lacking in consistentcy. Now i...
21 Jan 2020
It's A New Decade. Welcome to 2020!!!
I hope everyone had a pleasant, restful, enjoyable winter break. I enjoyed binge watching some TV shows, caught a few movies, got to read a fantasy book, ate a ton of food and played some games. We are starting back up the soccer unit. We...
7 Jan 2020
Last week before Break
As I stated before, we have moved from Hockey to Soccer. We will continue with soccer after we get back from the break. Most classes will be finished with Days 1 (dribbling/ball control) and Day 2 (passing and shooting) and will sta...
16 Dec 2019
Soccer Unit: December 9th to the winter break and into the first two weeks of January.
Thanksgiving is over and we just wrapped up our unit on Hockey. Hope you all enjoyed some time off. I know i did!!! We built our basic skills by starting with individual dribbling skills. Next, we worked on passing and shooting skills. Th...
4 Dec 2019
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