PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: Get F.I.T.T. the Right Way

Category: Fitness

Suggested Grade Level: 6-8

Materials: Colored paper, letters, boarder, computer print outs


The board's title is "Every Student, Every Day... Get F.I.T.T. the Right Way." The board was right outside of our weight room and fitness center. The students were able to see the board before going in to the weight room class. The board describes and illustrates the F.I.T.T. Principal. There are also recommendations under each of the principals. Pictures were added to give the student's visual aids.

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Submitted by Dana Boyer in Easton, PA. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 2/20/2011 12:01:13 AM. Viewed 37731 times since 2/13/2011.

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Jennifer Sims

I would like to know what the small print on this bulletin board is it’s a beautiful board.

Jeff Linforth

Any response about the poster and the fine print? Great board.

Mark Manross

I have emailed the creator of the board to find out what the small print says. I will post if I receive a reply. Thanks. Mark Manross, PE Central

Stephanie Bishop

i would like to be able to see the smaller print too!

Kevin Elliott

great bulletin board!! Is there a way that I can get a copy of the small printed pages.

Jill Pollard

Beautiful bulletin board. I'm trying to figure out the small type. Could you send me a copy of the printed parts?


Would you be able to send or attach the graphics for each principle of FITT?

Diana Gyuras

This looks like a great bulletin board! Is there any way that I could get a copy of each of the printed pages?