PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: P.E. PAW Club

Category: Motivation

Suggested Grade Level: K-5

Materials: Husky die cut, letters and shapes from Ellison, border

Description:

My student teacher created this board for a program he started called P.E. PAW Club. PAW stands for Physical Activity and Wellness. The students take home an activity sheet that gives them 50 choices of activities then can do. They pick 20. When completed they bring the sheet back to school and they get a husky (our school mascot)with their name on it. Each week they complete a sheet they get a stamp on the husky. As you can see the board is quite full! Great way to promote outside of school physical activity!

Additional Information:

This board is in the cafeteria where the kids go everyday. They love looking for their "husky".

P.E. PAW Club Image


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Submitted by Joanie Lepage who teaches at Hillsdale Elementary in Honey Brook, PA. Additional authors for this idea were Anthony Scornaiechi. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 4/1/2011 9:29:05 AM. Viewed 7215 times since 3/31/2011.

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Jodi

Do you have a copy of the activity sheet?
If so, could you e-mail to jodichubb@gmail.com

Jen

Can you email me a copy of the activities you send home? Coachjbolduc@yahoo.com

Kristy

I would also love a copy of the send home sheet
Nash19@live.com.au
Thank you

Becky

Great idea. So many ways one can "customize" it to fit own building. I would be interested in a copy of activity sheet as well if available.

Stacy Marvin

Do you have a copy of the activity sheet that you send home?