PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: Exercise Daily...Walk With God

Category: Fitness

Suggested Grade Level: All

Materials: Background paper, letters, cut-outs, border and exercise posters


We are a small Catholic school in southern Illinois. This year PE will be focusing on staying active, exercising, fitness, and just simply moving (as opposed to competitive sports). This bulletin board not only reminds the students to exercise daily to stay healthy, but also by "walking with God", they are keeping their minds healthy too. The border features pictures of children doing many different things to stay active (skiing, bicycling, running, swimming, playing ball, walking the dog, etc.) The shoes are of several different types (tennis shoes, sandals, boots, cleats) representing the different lifestyles of people. Finally, the footprints are all different colors. This represents the fact that we are all different. There are two exercise posters on each side of the bulletin board. One says "Why Exercise", another says, "Who & How Much Exercise", another says, "Is Exercise All I Need", and finally, "What Is Exercise".

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Submitted by Angela Menard who teaches at St. John Catholic School in Red Bud, IL. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 8/15/2008 2:36:37 PM. Viewed 14117 times since 8/8/2008.

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Teaching in a Catholic school, I always try to keep God in the picture...this is a perfect lead-in to our school year!


Looks great and what a super message for all of us to learn from.


Great job, Mrs. Menard! The board looks great and I loved your description. The theme makes so much sense!