PE for Parents
New School Physical Education Program Checklist: How is Your School Doing?
Use this resource to see if your child's PE program is on the right track.Letter to Parents — New School Year
Great letter to start the new year.The Educated Sports Parent
This site provides information on important youth sports issues for parents, coaches and administrators. Some of the issues included are readiness for participation, specialization, overuse injuries, female athlete triad, creating a mastery environment, and being a parent-coach. It also provides links to some coaching education programs.Concerned Adults and Students for Physical Education Reform (CASPER)
CASPER (Concerned Adults and Students for Physical Education Reform) is a non profit advocacy organization for students, parents, teachers and others interested in eliminating inappropriate practices from physical education. CASPER demands that teachers stop using the kinds of practices that can seriously harm students' self-esteem, such as: using "captains" to pick teams, exercise as punishment, fitness testing in the "spotlight", and elimination games. These practices should be eliminated because they work against what CASPER considers to be the main purpose of physical education: guiding students in the process of becoming physically active for the rest of their lives.Summer Camps.com
Click on Search for a Camp and then you can choose from a number of different types of camps that your son/daughter may have an interest in.Family Friendly Fun and Life Resources
This site is a dynamic resource for information that enhances the quality and enjoyment of family life.Home Schooling Resources
Look no further for home schooling ideas, materials, curriculums and resources.