Do you have a plan for Physical Education in your homeschool yet?
If you do, come check this post out because you might get more fun ideas!
And if you don’t, then you also come read this information because I am about to blow your mind.
I present to you a fun and easy-to-follow Physical Education Plan for Kids!
Workouts to Get Kids Moving
Out of your list of subjects in your homeschool, one that is most neglected is Physical Education.
After all, kids are pretty active naturally, right?
If this important subject is not part of your homeschool schedule, then you are sending your kids a signal that it is not an important subject to include.
But in reality, it is probably on of the most important homeschool subjects you must make sure to include in your homeschool schedule for many reasons.
One important reason is that the habits and routines they create when they are young will set them up for success for the rest of their lives.
If children get used to physical activity as part of their daily lives, then they will most likely continue this great habit into their adult lives.
Another reason is that it gets them into a healthy mindset and as they exercise, they learn other important things, such as team work, being attentive to instructions, competitiveness against self (to better oneself), etc.
High School to Kindergarten Homeschool Activities
Go beyond learning fun and get into moving fun in your homeschool!
Let’s clear the air and tell you up-front right now that you NEED to add Health and Physical Education to your homeschool curriculum.
But no, you do not have to break the bank to do so.
Unlike eating healthy (that can cost a lot), this Physical Education Plan for Kid is quite affordable.
Whether you will start homeschooling now or you are a seasoned homeschool mom, you might be wanting or needing a push into getting more active yourself and this is the perfect opportunity to do so!
You will be able to use our 12-Month Weekly physical Education Plan for Kids with children of any grade level.
The lesson ideas come with numerous variations, according to duration desired, children’s age, ability level and more.
Physical Education Plan for Kids
There are some Physical Education programs out there, but they pose some very valid problems:
- They cost an arm and a leg
- They require many expensive or specialized equipment
- Or you just downright feel like it’s a waste when there is so much you could do for the same results and at a fraction of the cost.
Our physical Education Plan for Kids is great!
Let me tell you why.
It has 22 pages total in PDF downloadable form.
You will save the file to your computer to use school year after school year, hence saving you time and money on something that you already know you have AND works!
Physical education lessons use minimal amount of inexpensive materials that you most likely already have at home, such as a ball, cones, jump rope for ease of preparation.
- Lists of workouts with explanations for easier understanding and less time wasted figuring it out
- Workouts for every week for 12 months
- Flexibility to cater it to your children’s needs and schedule
- Can be used independently by older children (just print their own schedule for the month so they can keep track)
- Optional: Print a copy of each month’s schedule for every child to keep track other own workouts
- Whole body, upper body and lower body schedules
- A different list of exercises for every month of the year with few repetitions in the entire year.
Included is a certificate of completion!
If you have state requirements or paperwork to turn in, then you will definitely appreciate this.
All you have to do is print one copy for each child and write their name, sign and done!
So, whether you need to add it to your Kindergarten homeschool curriculum, elementary, middle school or high school, this can be adjusted to any grade and any level.
NOTE: Right now, it is on sale for half the price. So basically, you are paying $1 per month of lessons (unheard of!) and 99 cents for all of the instructions and the certificate of completion!
Grab it NOW before the price goes up!
12-Month Weekly Physical Education Plan for Kids
22 pages total in PDF downloadable form
Save file to your computer to use year after year
Certificate of completion included (print one for each child)
Lessons use minimal amount of inexpensive materials that you most likely already have at home, such as a ball, cones, jump rope for ease of preparation.
Lesson ideas for variations according to duration desired, ability level and more
Lists of workouts with explanations for easier understanding and less time wasted figuring it out
Workouts for every week for 12 months
Can be used independently by older children
Whole body, upper body and lower body schedules
A different list of exercises for every month of the year with few repetitions in the entire year.