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PHYSICAL EDUCTION (P.E.) for Preschoolers
Preschool Activity Ideas eBook
: Hundreds of fun
exercises using everyday schol items
Description: Learn hundreds of ways to use children's fitness
equipment and manipulatives. From bean bags to parachutes,
you'll motivate children to move and get fit.
Relaxation Scripts eBook
Description: More than 30 short relaxation scripts to help
children rest or ease into nap time.Use each one with your
choice of music or with our suggested selections.
Healthy Lifestyle Habits Cookbook eBook
Description: A collection of healthy recipes featured in
the KID-FIT program over the past 10 years. Low-fat, low-sodium.
Kid friendly and easy to make.
Available in book format (This item is shipped to U.S. and
or eBook format
Singing Games for Parachute Play
We own the
below yoga kit. It is great. My children enjoy the
cards a lot. I recommend this to anyone that does P.E.
in the school, homeschool P.E., preschool P.E., daycare P.E.,
I made a cootie catcher
but I use it for Physical Education activities instead of a cootie catcher
or fortune teller
made the origami I learned when I was a child but you can follow
the instructions found at: FUNORAMA - Cootie
. On the front, I colored four circles (e.g. blue,
red, green, yellow). In the inside part of the origami, I
numbered each triangle in the center (1-8). I opened it up
and then put activities under each number. (e.g. Run in
place. Touch your toes. Skip across the room. Hop on
one foot. Leap like a frog. Do arm circles. Do
jumping jacks. Jump up and down.) To play the game,
have the child choose a color. Say each letter of that
color (e.g. R-E-D, moving it three times, keeping it open
as you say the letters) Have the child pick a
number. Move it that many times (keeping it open as you
count). Have the child pick another number. Move it
that many times (keeping it open as you count). Open
that number and have the child do the P.E. activity that is
under that number. (You can have each child take turns
moving the origami.)