Students list the physical activities that they participate in each day. This activity helps students learn the importance of staying active.
Students will write down the physical activities that do to make their bodies move, how often they do each activity, and for how long.
Recommendations for Physical Activity in Adults.
- American Heart Association
- Date Added:
This resource provides ways students can stay active and can be displayed in the classroom or given to the students as a handout for them to post at home.
Students will engage in an interactive project to see if physical activity, sleep habits and/or eating healthy can affect math test scores.
A poster that is used to illustrates each food group as well as examples of food from each group. The poster also illustrates examples of foods to avoid.
This is a Food Journal for students to use to help keep track of daily food intake. This worksheet can be used in conjunction with nutritional lessons to show daily eating patterns.
In this lesson students will learn how to collect and organize data, find the mean, mode and median, and interpret and communicate data using their physical fitness assessment goals.