Setting Fitness Goals Teacher Resources
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Creating Fitness Goals
Young scholars create a fitness goal to include one of the following: muscle building, cardiovascular development or healthful diet. They utilize a daily calendar to record progress. They utilize the Internet to research proper ways to...
Consuming Healthy Snacks
Get your class into great shape by introducing them to the benefits of eating healthy snacks and engaing in regular exercise. This set of activities comes with all the worksheets and handouts needed to complete several weeks of nutrition...
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Personal Physical Fitness Plan
Sticking to a physical fitness plan can be tricky. Support young athletes' personal fitness goals with a helpful and strategie lesson plan. They reflect on their daily habits through a pre-assessment and questionnaire, create short and...
Your Motivation and Goal Setting Worksheet
Set your health and fitness goals the write way! With this journaling worksheet, your class will determine health and fitness goals specific to their individual needs, consider why and how they will work to achieve their goals, and...
Happy Feet=Healthy Body
Fourth graders discuss the benefits of regular exercise. In this physical health studies lesson, 4th graders create visual demonstrations to track their progress with physical fitness related goals. Students discuss various types of...
Iron Tiger 10 Day Triathlon
Students increase their fitness levels and determine attainable personal fitness goals. They participate in in a triatholon in which they perform three cardiovascular activities and record total miles traveled.
Take the Challenge
Third graders develop personal fitness and activity goals. They keep daily records on the activities completed and measure their heart rates. At the end of two weeks, 3rd graders reflect on their experiences.
Students run a lap as fast as they can. They discuss the problems of running that fast for longer distances and strategize a plan to pace themselves. They work with timing, distance and observation to practice monitoring their pace.
October: Respect for Self and Others
Young scholars realize their worth and dignity as human beings and account for their strengths as well as display their weaknesses. They display good manners and politeness, showing the respect for others as they would wish for...
Formula for Fitness
Many youngsters don't understand that fitness is a life-long endeavor, and that it really pays off to be healthy. Use a spreadsheet to document progress in a fitness plan to see if there really in a benefit to running and exercise. Adapt...
Gold Medal Attitudes Running Club
The Gold Medal Attitudes Running Club was created to promote healthy living for your elementary school pupils. Use a pedometer and a computer program to keep track of progress. A few other suggestions are available, but it's really up to...
Nutrition in Me!
Third graders explain the basic healthy eating and physical activity concepts. In this healthy lifestyles lesson plan, 3rd graders describe two main components of a healthy lifestyle, demonstrate two different types of physical...
Design and Implement a Personal Fitness Plan
Students reflect on their own personal fitness. They work together to develop fitness plans for each other. They implement and monitor their progress and evaluate their plan.
How Do You Measure Up
Students investigate the concept of heart rate and how it is effected by environmental stresses like exercise. They conduct research readings and evaluate the data to form a hypothesis to initiate class discussion about the information.
Identifying a Message's Purpose
Students examine the character trait of perseverance and identify a message's purpose. They read a biography of Jackie Joyner Kersee, discuss the main message, and develop an action plan with goals and a message.
Nutrition and Fitness
Sixth graders investigate the food guide pyramid. They conduct Internet research, and plan a three day nutritional menu appropriate for teenagers. Students include three meals per day and a snack for each day on their menu, and...
Eleventh graders identify components of physical fitness. They identify 4 advantages of lifting weights. They respect each other while training in the weight room and create their own weight lifting routine.
Students view a video, they summarize the function or job of each body system. They are asked why is it important that athletes in training or a person who wants to tone muscles or stay healthy should comprehend how the systems could...
The Model of Fitness
Students measure their physical abilities. In this lesson on staying active, students record their physical abilities and try to improve upon their own results.