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    **** If you have Mrs. Principe for Health, Please see Mrs. Principe's Health lessons  on "Programs" on Home page.   Then click on Health and Phys Ed. and then click on 

    Mrs. Principe's name under Programs on the left, next  click on Remote Health lessons under her name.****

     

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    FIELD DAY 2020 AND AROUND THE WORLD LESSON

    FOR P.E. & HEALTH  WEEK 12 - WEEK OF JUNE 8TH - 12TH

    Hi Boys and Girls! Welcome to Around the World in PE & Health!  This week, as you know we will complete our Field Day Games!  You can go for GOLD by completing 8-10 events!  4-7 events completed earns you a SILVER medal, and if you complete 1-3 activities, you've reached the BRONZE medal.  Have fun!! You'll find the links below for the video and score card.  I've also included a few great OLYMPIC moments for you to enjoy! Let the games begin!

    CLICK BELOW THE THE FIELD DAY 2020 VIDEO

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AeDcW40f-k

    CLICK BELOW FOR THE FIELD DAY SCORE CARD

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oRYr_NlTbg9XDfn0LmA-c1n-YSZxk3jbUVvu5kVuc7E/edit

    MOST BEAUTIFUL MOMENT OF THE RIO 2016 OLYMPICS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCVlRFWOjgE

    IF BABIES COMPETED IN THE OLYMPICS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x04jgjQ_hLI

     

    Remote Lessons for Mrs. Binkley's PE and Health Classes - Week 11

    WEEK OF MAY JUNE 1st - 5th

    Hello Everyone!  Here are some great activities for Week 11 for at-home PE and Health.  I hope you are all doing well and I miss you!  Stay safe, stay distant, and have fun!! Get outside and play whenever you can!! Enjoy the sunshine!!

    Mrs. Binkley

    PE LESSONS (please scroll down for Health)

    FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS EVEN ADULTS!!

     

     Hi boys and girls! Here we are at week 11 of remote PE!  For this week, you have 3 activities to choose from.

    Choice 1 is a fun cardio workout called JUMPING JAX GYM KIDS WORKOUT

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhCM0C6GnrY 

     

    Choice 2 is a log of any exercise you complete. Either on paper or in a journal, write the skills involved. For example, if you ride your bike, some skills would include balance, muscle strength, and Cardiovasuclar fitness (great for heart and lungs.)

    Choice 3 are THREE great online skills instruction videos: click on the links.

    BASIC LOCOMOTION MOVEMENTS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCg-MkVkxyU

    THROWING AND CATCHING PART 1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYS9o-__MwI

    THROWING AND CATCHING PART 2

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3kvqbiohC8

     

    Mrs. Binkley's Remote Health Lessons Week 11

    WEEK OF JUNE 1st - 5th

     

     

     

    1st Grade

    • Click on the link  BrainPop Jr. (user is signal  password is signal)
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words illegal drugs.
    • Watch the video.
    • Write or draw a list of 3 healthy drinks for children that do not contain alcohol.

     

    2nd Grade

    •  BrainPop Jr. (user is signal  password is signal)
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words  illegal drugs.
    • Watch the video.
    • Think about it question: Why do you think alcohol is not for children?
    • On a paper, write why adults should not drink alcohol and then immediately drive a car.

     

    3rd Grade

    •  BrainPop Jr. (user is signal  password is signal)
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page, the word alcohol.
    • Watch the video.
    • On paper:
    • Write why is it dangerous for someone to drive if they drank alcohol.

     

    4th Grade

    • Click HERE for the  link for KidsHealth.org article.
    •  Read the article.  Click on  short additional video in article.  Watch it.
    • Write answers on paper:
    • 1. How can second hand smoke affect someone with asthma?
    • 2. How can you avoid 2nd hand smoke?

     

     

    • 5th Grade
    • Click HERE for the link for KidsHealth.org Video "Smoking Stinks".
    • Read the article, and click on the additional short video in the article.  Watch it.
    • Write answers to these questions on paper.
    • 1. What is 2nd hand smoke and how can you avoid it?
    • 2. What is 3rd hand smoke?
    • 3. How does smoking affect performance in athletics, dance or other physical activities?

     

    Remote Lessons for Mrs. Binkley's PE and Health Classes - Week 10

    WEEK OF MAY 26th - 29th

    Hello Everyone!  Here are some great activities for Week 10 for at-home PE and Health.  I hope you are all doing well and I miss you!  Stay safe, stay distant, and have fun!! Get outside and play whenever you can!! Enjoy the sunshine!!

    Mrs. Binkley

    PE LESSONS (please scroll down for Health)

    FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS EVEN ADULTS!!

     Hi boys and girls! Here we are at week 10 of remote PE!  For this week, you have 2 activities to choose from.  

     

    Choice 1 is a log of any exercise you complete. Either on paper or in a journal, write the skills involved. For example, if you ride your bike, some skills would include balance, muscle strength, and Cardiovasuclar fitness (great for heart and lungs.)

    Choice 2 are THREE great online skills instruction videos: click on the links.

    BASIC LOCOMOTION MOVEMENTS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCg-MkVkxyU

    THROWING AND CATCHING PART 1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYS9o-__MwI

    THROWING AND CATCHING PART 2

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3kvqbiohC8

     

    Mrs. Binkley's Remote Health Lessons Week 10

    WEEK OF MAY 26TH - 29TH

     

    The topic for this week is tobacco, which is a serious one for children.  Nictone, the drug found in tobacco is highly addictive and not good for children and even adults. Many children are affected by second hand smoke, which is unhealthy.

    FIRST GRADE

    Click on the link for BrainPop Jr.  The user name is signal and password is signal.

    type the word SMOKING at the top right corner and click search.

    Watch the video on Smoking.

    Complete any of the activities on the page.  Try the Quiz!!

    Create a picture showing how second hand smoke is bad for children.

    SECOND GRADE

    Click on the link for BrainPop Jr.  The user name is signal and password is signal.

    type the word SMOKING at the top right corner and click search.

    Watch the video on Smoking.

    Complete any of the activities on the page.  Try the Quiz!!

    Create a picture showing how second hand smoke is bad for children.

    THIRD GRADE

    Click on the link for BrainPop Jr.  The user name is signal and password is signal.

    type the word SMOKING at the top right corner and click search.

    Watch the video on Smoking.

    Complete any of the activities on the page.  Try the Quiz!!

    Create a picture showing how second hand smoke is bad for children.

    FOURTH GRADE

    Click on the link for   BrainPOP The user name is signal and password is signal.

    type the word SMOKING at the top right corner and click search.

    Watch the video on Smoking.

    Complete any of the activities on the page.  

    Take the HARD QUIZ.

    FIFTH GRADE

    Click on the link for   BrainPOP The user name is signal and password is signal.

    type the word SMOKING at the top right corner and click search.

    Watch the video on Smoking.

    Complete any of the activities on the page.  

    Take the HARD QUIZ

     

    Remote Lessons for Mrs. Binkley's PE and Health Classes - Week 9

    WEEK OF MAY 18th - 22nd

    Hello Everyone!  Here are some great activities for Week 9 for at-home PE and Health.  I hope you are all doing well and I miss you!  Stay safe, stay distant, and have fun!! Get outside and play whenever you can!! Enjoy the sunshine!!

    Mrs. Binkley

    PE LESSONS (please scroll down for Health)

    FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS EVEN ADULTS!!

     Hi boys and girls! Here we are at week 9 of remote PE!  For this week, you have 3 activities for you to choose from.  

    Choice 1 is an awesome way to workout and have fun called PAPER FITNESS.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9XIGs_lu4g

    Choice 2 is a log of any exercise you do. Either on paper or in a journal, write the skills involved. For example, if you ride your bike, some skills would include balance, muscle strength, and Cardiovasuclar fitness (great for heart and lungs.)

    Choice 3 are two great online skills instruction videos: click on the links.

    AGILITY, BALANCE, AND COORDINATION

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6riLtetu-I

    THROWING AND CATCHING

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYS9o-__MwI

     

    Mrs. Binkley's Remote Health Lessons

    ALL GRADES: GYM HEALTH!!!

    This week my classes are having PE for Health!!! Exercise is one of the best ways to keep your body and mind healthy!!! Choose any of the above PE activities or create your own!! Enjoy!!!

     

     

    Remote Lessons for PE and Health Week 8

    WEEK OF MAY 11TH - 15TH

    **SCROLL DOWN FOR HEALTH LESSONS**

     

    PE LESSONS

    FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS EVEN ADULTS!!

     Hi boys and girls! Here we are at week 8 of remote PE!  For this week, you have 3 activities for you to choose from.  

    Choice 1 is a log of any exercise you do. Either on paper or in a journal, write the skills involved. For example, if you ride your bike, some skills would include balance, muscle strength, and Cardiovasuclar fitness (great for heart and lungs.)

    Choice 2 is an awesome way to workout and have fun called PAPER FITNESS.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9XIGs_lu4g

    Choice 3 is JUMP ROPE SKILLS.  If you don't have a jump rope, any rope will work. There are two skill sheets.  The first is a great warm-up and great way to learn if you need to work on your skills.  The second skills sheet is more advanced.  

    Enjoy and Have Fun!! I miss you all!!

    Mrs. Binkley

     

    Jump Rope Skill Sheet

    JUMP ROPE SKILLS 2

    Jump Rope 2

     

    HEALTH LESSONS

     

     

    This is a rather serious topic on smoking this week for grades 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. Grades 4th and 5th will be concentrating on what is addiction.  Tobacco is a plant that contains nicotine, a drug that is very quickly addictive.  Children need to know how to say no if ever asked to smoke cigarettes, cigars, pipes or chew tobacco.  They all contain nicotine in the tobacco. Please talk to your parents or the adult(s) you live with about this serious topic.

     

    1st GRADE

    Click here for a view of a page from our health book.

    Click on BrainPop Jr.  

    Type in the search rectangle  at the top right of the page the word smoking.

    Watch the video.

    On a piece of paper with crayons or colored pencils draw a poster that is entitled DON'T SMOKE! 

     

     

     2nd GRADE

    Click here for a view of a page from our health book.

    Click on  BrainPop Jr..  user - signal -  password - signal

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.

    Watch the video.

    Click on the square below or next to the video screen that says "Easy Quiz"and take it as a review with Moby. 

     

      

    3rd GRADE

    Click here for a view of a page from your health book.  Read the page.

    Click on BrainPop Jr.  user - signal password - signal

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.

    Watch the video.

    Click on the square that says "Hard Quiz" and take it as a review with Moby. 

     

     

    4th GRADE

    Click here for a view of a page from your health book.  Read the page.

    Click on BrainPOP . user - signal password - signal

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word addiction.

    Watch the video.

    Write on a piece of paper the words addiction, abuse and overdose and write the definition of each.  If you need to, go back and review the video again to help with the definitions.

     

     

     

    5th GRADE 

    Click here for a view of a page from your health book.  Read the page.

    Click on BrainPOP.  user - signal password - signal

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word addiction.

    Watch the video.

    Click on the square  for the quiz.  Take the quiz as a review.  Rewatch video if you get any answers wrong to correct answers with Moby.  

     

     

     
     
     

     

     

     

    Remote Lessons For PE and Health Week 7 

    WEEK OF MAY 4TH  - 7TH

    Hello Everyone! I hope your are all doing well.  For PE this week, you will find 3 activities for you to choose from.  (Disregard the dates.)  

    Choice 1 is a log of any exercise you do and either on paper or in a journal, write the skills involved. For example, if you ride your bike, some skills would include balance, muscle strength, and Cardiovasuclar fitness (great for heart and lungs.)

    Choice 2 is an obstacle course activity.  Plan the course on paper using the ideas in the "inspiration lists". 

    Choice 3 is UNO Home Fitness.  See instructions below.

    ***SCROLL DOWN FOR HEALTH PLANS***

    Enjoy and Have Fun!!!

    Mrs. Binkley

      

     

     

    Obstacle Course

     

     

      

    Uno Home Fitness

     Health Lessons -Week 7  -  May 4 - 8 - 2020

      "A drug is any substance, except food, that changes the way the mind or body works." Some of you may have had to take a medicine because you had a cold and had a fever, sore throat, or cough with it.  As you know, medicines are good drugs but only if taken the right way and given by a trusted adult.  Some drugs like caffeine can be found in a lot of products. Not good for a child's body. Asthma is a non-contagious (you can't catch it from someone) illness that may require and inhaler that has medicine to open up the airways when it is used. 

     

    1st Grade

     BrainPop Jr. (user is signal  password is signal)

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words colds and flu.  

    Think about if you have ever had a cold?

    Watch the video Colds and Flu.

    Click square below the video screen entitled "Draw About lt."

    Draw on the page how you can protect yourself from a cold or flu, OR draw how you can prevent your germs from spreading to another person if you have a cold. Ex. use a tissue, sneeze in your elbow or something you thought about.

     

    2nd Grade

     BrainPop Jr. (user is signal  password is signal)

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words colds and flu.

    Think about it, have you ever had a cold or the flu?

    Watch the video Colds and Flu.

    Click on the little picture below the video screen that says Print Notebook.

    Read the 3 questions and answer them on paper. Number your answers 1, 2, 3. Save the paper.

     

    3rd Grade

     BrainPop Jr. (user is signal  password is signal)

    Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word Asthma.

    Watch the video Asthma.

    Click on the square that says "Hard Quiz".

    Do a review of the view with Moby in the Hard Quiz.  This will just be a review.

    Write  on a piece of paper one way you could help a friend on the playground if they seeemed to be having an asthma attach.

    Save the paper.

     

    4th Grade

     

     Click here for an article on Caffeine from Kidshealth.org

    Read the article, or click on microphone and it may read it to you.

    Note that is lists amounts of caffeine per serving size in many products.

    Check which is the highest and which is the lowest.  Keep in mind, they can add up for the day and have effects especially on children.  Caffeine is not for children.

    On a piece of paper, write  a list of the effects of caffeine on the human body and why it is especially bad for children.  Save the paper.

     

    5th Grade

    Click  here for the article from Kidshealth.org on the effects of caffeine.

    Read the article, or you can click on the microphone and it may read it to you.

    Be sure you look at the different amounts of caffeine in the products listed.

    Write on paper the following words and write the definition for each.

    caffeine

    decaffeinated

    stimulant

    Write on the same paper what physically happens to people who are used to drinking or eating products with caffeine often and then don't have any for a while?

    Save the work and paper. 

     

     

    Remote Lessons For PE and Health

    Week 6 - April 27th - May 1st 

    7 Great At-Home Activities for P.E. Click the link below

     

    https://www.gophersport.com/blog/top-7-at-home-activity-videos-on-pe-universe/

     

    ***FOR HEALTH PLANS, SCROLL DOWN.***

    ALL GRADE LEVELS CAN USE THE ABOVE ACTIVITIES. THEY ARE ADAPTABLE FOR ALL AGES EVEN ADULTS!!

    Hello everyone!  Hope you are are all doing well!  The activities in the videos above are some more fun ways to have fun while exercising.  It looks like a rainy week and most of these are great for indoors.  If you are doing other things to keep moving, you may use that for your PE.  For example, If you go for a long bike ride with your family, that can be your exercise choice.  If you are taking dance lessons or karate on line, that can be your PE as well.  If you liked activities from the previous weeks, you can repeat those too. You can find those below. You can keep a log of what you've done if you would like. Enjoy and keep moving! 

    Mrs. Binkley

    • Hey! There's a monkey on my head!!
    • HEALTH LESSONS
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    • WEEK 6 -  April 27-May 1, 2020   

      Drug Education

       

       

      As you know, a drug is any substance, except food, that can change the way the mind or body works.  

      This week, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades will learn about medicines, and Caffeine will be the topic for 4th and 5th grade.

       

      1st Grade

      Click on  BrainPop Jr. (password is signal signal)

      Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word MEDICINES.

      Watch the video on medicines.

      click on square below the video screen "draw a medicine". 

      Draw one of your choice.

      Think about when you had to take a medicine when you were sick.  Who gave it to you?  Was it a liquid, cream, or pill?

       

      2nd Grade

      Click on  BrainPop Jr.  (password is signal signal)

      Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word MEDICINES.

      Watch the video on Medicines.

      Click in the square below video screen "Easy Quiz"

      Take the quiz for fun. Moby will tell you if you got the right answer.

      Think about a time when you had to take a medicine.  Who was the trusted adult you gave it to you.

       

      3rd Grade

      Click on  BrainPop Jr. (password is signal signal)

      Type in the search rectangle at the top upper right of the page the word MEDICINES.

      Watch the video on medicines.

      Take the Hard Quiz for fun.  Moby will let you know how you did.  Complete any of the activities on the page.

       

      4th Grade

      Click on  BrainPop Jr. (password is signal signal)

      Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word CAFFEINE.

      Watch the video about the drug CAFFEINE.

      With a parent's or adult's permission, look around your kitchen or pantry for products that contain caffeine.  Some products have it listed in the ingredients.  How many products can you find? Make a list of what has caffeine in it.

       

      5th Grade

      Click on BrainPOP (password is signal signal)

      Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word CAFFEINE.

      Watch the video about the drug CAFFEINE.

      Click under the video screen the square for QUIZ.  Take the quiz and Moby will review your answers.  This is only a review quiz so it won't count for a grade.  Review any questions you answered incorrect.

      Make a list of products that contain caffeine.  Keep this list in your journal or log.

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    • Week 5 - April 20 - 25
    • Remote Learning Lessons for PE & Health
    • Physical Education (scroll down for Health)
    • ALL GRADE LEVELS CAN USE THE BELOW PLANS. THEY ARE ADAPTABLE TO ALL AGES EVEN ADULTS!!
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    • Spell name workout
    • Scav Hunt
    • Animal
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    • For Younger Grades or anybody that needs extra practice
    • Please practice how to tie your shoes.
    • In order to be safe while we are active, our shoe laces must be tied. If you are having trouble learning, please use the video link below.
    • How to tie your shoes
    • untied shoes magician tied shoes
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    • Health
      • WEEK 5    April 20-25-2020

        Boys and Girls we are starting our new unit on Drug Education in Health Class.  As most of you know, "A drug is any substance, except food, that changes the way the mind or body works." We will be looking into good drugs such as medicines, but still being careful only to take medicine from a trusted adult, doctor or nurse.  Topics such as  peer pressure, caffeine, alcohol and illegal drugs will be included in some grade level lessons.  We hope you will feel free to discuss these topics with your parents or trusted members of your family as well.

         BrainPop Jr.

        BrainPOP

        1st Grade

        • Click on  BrainPop Jr. at top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.
        • Search for "Going to the Doctor" for the video
        • Watch the video.
        • Discuss with a family member why one time you had to go to your doctor. (Pediatrician)
        • Write or talk about why a doctor may have to write you a note (prescription) for medicine.

         

        2nd Grade

        • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated. BrainPop Jr.
        • Type in search rectangle "Going to the Doctor"
        • Click on and watch video.
        • Write  on paper or discuss with a trusted family member one time your remember going to the doctor and why you went.
        • Click on square below finished video for "Easy Quiz".
        • Take the review easy quiz.  Review the video until you are able to get all qustions correct.

         

        3rd Grade

        • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated. BrainPop Jr.
        • Type in the search rectangle the word Medicines.
        • Click on the Medicines video.
        • Watch the Video
        • Think about when you may have had to take a medicine.  What was your illness?
        • Click on square below the video screen for "Hard Quiz".
        • Take the review hard quiz.  Review the video if you need to correct an answer.

         

        4th Grade

        • Click on BrainPOP at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.BrainPOP
        • Type in the search rectangle the words "peer pressure".
        • After watching the video, Click on "Worksheet".
        • Answer the questions on the worksheet "Identify It".  Write answers on paper and keep.
        • Discuss with a trusted member of your family.

         

        5th Grade

        • Click on Brainpop at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.BrainPOP
        • Type in search rectangle the words "peer pressure".
        • Watch the Video. Look under video screen for quiz square.
        • Click on Review Quiz and take quiz.  Look at video again until you get all questions correct.
        • Write on paper one time you experienced peer pressure, negative or positive and how you handled it. 
        • Discuss with a trusted family member. 
         
         
         
         
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    • Week 4 - April 13th
    • Remote Learning Lessons for PE & Health
    • PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
    • ALL GRADE LEVELS CAN USE THE BELOW PLANS. THEY ARE ADAPTABLE TO ALL AGES EVEN ADULTS!!
    • Welcome Back Everyone! I hope you were able to get outside for fresh air and exercise over your Spring Break! As long as you are moving, keep doing what you are doing!! I've also added some activities to help you out if you need ideas!  Remember to keep safe and always check with your parents before doing any activities or before changing the family room into a gym!!! Enjoy, and I miss you all! Before you know it, we'll all be back together again!!
    • You may have to adapt some of the gymnastics activities as you may not have mats.  Large, open carpeted spaces work well.  Some of the games could be played outside with your family members.
    • https://www.gophersport.com/blog/gymnastics-games/
    •  Below, you can choose from many different P.E. skills that you may be interested in from basketball, soccer, balance, etc.  Pick one (or more!) that interests you!
    •  https://www.gophersport.com/blog/activehome-skill-development-activities/
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    • HEALTH
    • **For now, just keep a journal or folder for any health papers you may have.
    • BrainPOP  
    • 1st Grade
    • Please watch the Youtube video.  Click HERE  to watch "Steven Learns about healthy eating from Maggie"
    • By the way Steven mentions CRISPS that is another word for chips.
    • After the video, draw 3 heathy food choices that Maggie brought to Steven.
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    • 2nd Grade
    • Please watch the Youtube video.  Click HERE  to watch "Steven Learns about healthy eating from Maggie"
    • By the way Steven mentions CRISPS that is another word for chips.
    • After the video, draw 3 heathy food choices that Maggie brought to Steven.
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    •  3rd Grade   
    • Go to BrainPOP  (see top of page before week 1) Click on it  and sign iin.  NOT BRAINPOP JR. this time. Sign in with signal and signal again for password.
    • Search and type in the upper right hand corner slot  the word TASTE.
    • Click on it and watch the video.
    • After watching the video click on the square to the right of the video labeled WORKSHEET.  Write the answers on the screen or on paper and save on paper.   
    • Next write or draw on a paper your favorite "salty" food, favorite "sweet" food etc.  Do all that are on the worksheet.  You might get hungry doing this!!!!
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    •  4th Grade
    • Click on BrainPOP  as on top of this page. Sign in per instruction.
    • Seach and type in top right hand corner rectangle the word TASTE.
    • Watch the video.
    • After the video. design and draw 2 different pizzas with 3 different healthy toppings on each one.  Draw and save the paper.  Don't eat them!!!!!! Yummy!
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    • 5th Grade
    • Click on BrainPOP  as on top of the  page and sign in.
    • Search upper right triangle - type in words FOOD SAFETY. 
    • Watch the video.
    • Before you have your next lunch or dinner (your choice) notice and write down on a piece of paper  the following 3 things.
    • 1. How food was packaged  before preparation to cook or eat.
    • 2. How food was prepared or cooked safely.
    • 3. What was done with any leftovers.  Be sure to include the food that was eaten on your paper.
    • Enjoy your lunch or dinner!!!!!
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    • Week 3 - March 29th Remote Lessons for PE & Health  
    •   PE Lessons & Activities
    • Choose any of the links below and complete the workout of your choice!
    •  Just Dance
    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-9Sm6_yE98&list=PL_ebO2e2plEFkgE-p313uMwC7ru6InFDi
    •  Cardioworkout
    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5if4cjO5nxo&feature=youtu.be
    •  Yoga
    • https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga
    •  Beach body workouts
    • https://vimeo.com/showcase/6880106
    • Here are a few more creative ways to have fun and get exercise while your stuck at home! and most importantly, GET OUTSIDE AND PLAY!!!! 
    • 1. Balloon Paddle Ball
    • What is it about balloons that make all kids go crazy over them?  If they see a balloon it’s like a moth to a flame.  They can’t resist playing with it.  Hence, I’ll be willing to bet your kiddos will be so excited to play this homemade game.  Just take some popsicle sticks and glue them onto the back of some paper plates and you’ve got paddles.  Then, blow up a balloon and now you’ve got your ball.  This indoor game is perfect for playing inside because the balloon is so soft and light that if it touches anything in your home it won’t break it.  Sounds perfect to me!
    • 2. Streamer Hallway Maze
    • We know the scene from the spy movie where the the spy is moving through a maze of lasers.  How fun would this be to create in your own home for your little ones to play in?  Buy some crepe paper from the dollar store and stream them up in a hallway with tape.  You can make them go really high, really low, or anywhere in between.  You can also make it as difficult or as easy as you’d like depending on the ages of your kids.
    •  3. Paper Plate Tic-Tac-Toe
    • For this game you don’t need any special supplies.  You can use supplies you already have in your home.  Take 10 paper plates (you can even use regular paper if you don’t keep paper plates in your home) and write X’s on 5 of them and O’s on the other 5.  Then take some tape (painters tape, duct tape, washi tape; any of those will work) and tape down a square with 9 smaller squares inside.  Now you have a giant Tic-Tac-Toe game for your little ones to play with.
    •   4. Paper Plate Ring Toss
    • Who knew that paper plates had so many uses? Cut out some holes in your paper plates, then tape a cardboard roll from paper towels or cling wrap and tape it down onto an uncut paper plate.  Now you’ve got your rings and your stand to throw the rings on.  I’m sure the kids will love this one.
    •  5. Tape Maze
    • Mazes are great for kids to do because it not only keeps their attention for a while, but it’s also great for their mind to work through. To make your own maze, take some more of that tape and create a simple, large rectangle on the floor with one small opening. Then, make lines that connect through out the maze. Depending on the ages of your kids you can keep it simple or make it more involved. Your children can navigate the maze themselves, or use cars and trucks to move through the maze. Let them use their imagination.
    • 6. Indoor Hopscotch
    • This indoor game is similar to the tape maze.  You can create a hopscotch game on your floors with tape as well.  Lay out some squares and then make the numbers with the tape.  You can use any small ball you already have in your home to throw inside the squares.  It’ll be a fun activity for them that they can play by themselves, with siblings, or friends.
    •  7. Water Bottle Bowling
    • Bowling is something all kids love to do and this version is perfect to play inside.  Set up some empty water bottles at the end of your hallway, then let your kids use one of their balls as the bowling ball.  It’s safe to play and won’t hurt or break anything in your home since the ball and bottles are so light.
    • 8. Pool Noodle Basketball
    • Have a few extra pool noodles laying around?  Take one and connect the ends together so that the noodle forms a circle.  Tape the ends together and then tape it onto the wall or the back of a door.  If you want the hoop to be a little smaller you can cut the size of the pool noodle down.  Let your kids shoot some hoops either with a bouncy ball, a real basketball, or if you don’t want to worry about the ball hurting anyone or anything, give them a balloon to shoot some hoops with.
    • 9. Bean Bag Toss
    • Time to get out that handy dandy tape again.  Set up a bean bag toss game in your living room with some tape and some bean bags.  If you don’t have the traditional bean bags, you can even use fruit snack bags, or any snack bag really.  There are a few ways to set this game up indoors.  You can either use the tape to draw two squares at the opposite ends of the room that the kids can aim for.  Or you can create different shapes on the floor such as a circle, a square, a triangle, etc., and tell your children which shape to aim for.
    • 10. Balloon Volleyball
    • If you haven’t already caught on, balloons are the perfect toy for indoor games.  They are harmless and so fun for your little one.  To set up a volleyball court, take two dining chairs and set them across from each other.  Then tape a string up between the two to make a net.  Let your kids get on either side of the net and spike the balloon back and forth to each other.  It’s up to them if they want to keep score or not.
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    •  Health Lessons   
    •  
    • 1st Grade    
    • Click on BrainPop Jr.
    • Search "Nutrition"  - Click on and watch Food Groups Video.
    • Draw picture of a favorite food from each group on paper.
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    • 2nd Grade   
    • Click on BrainPop Jr.
    • Search "Nutrition"  - Click on and watch Food Groups Video.
    • Take the  review easy quiz.  Go back and review video and correct any answers.
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    • 3rd Grade    
    • Click on BrainPop Jr.
    • Search "Nutrition"  - Click on and watch Food Groups Video.
    • Take review hard quiz.  Go back and review video and correct any answers.
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    • 4th Grade     
    • Click on BrainPOP 
    • Search "Nutrition" - Click on and watch the video on Nutrition
    • Click on quiz and answer questions online. Revisit video if any wrong and correct. 
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    • 5th Grade     
    • Click on BrainPOP 
    • Search "Nutrition" Click on and watch the video on Nutrition
    • Answer questions online. Review video if any incorrect answers and correct them online. 
    • Click on the Challenge Square and complete the challenge online.
    •             Remote lessons for PE & Health Week 1 & 2
    • PE Lessons
    • Choose 5 specific exercises ei: jumping jacks, sit-ups, push ups. Complete each exercise 25 times.  Keep track of your progress in a journal for each day.
    • Log onto gonoodle.com  Choose two videos to watch and add the videos/activities you completeto the log.  A plain piece of paper is fine. You could do this everyday!
    • Play Treasure Hunt with your family members.  Use any small objects you can find.
    • Health Lessons
    • Write down all the foods you eat in one day.  Don't forget to include drinks and snacks.  Break down the foods you have eaten into the separate food groups.  Create a healthy meal that contains at least one food from each food group.
    • You can use use a plain piece of paper and be creative! Use the colors of the MyPlate model or draw pictures of the foods.
    • Log onto Brainpopjr.com  Choose any health lesson (nutrition, body systems, safety, etc).  Watch the movie, and complete the quiz on-line.
    PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH 
    SIGNAL HILL SCHOOL
    MRS. LEANNE BINKLEY
    BALLS
     
    BS in Science -Physical Education & Health
    Wesley College 1990
    MA in Education - Computer Technology
    Georgian Court University 2000
     Instructor in Voorhees School District since 1991
     
    You may contact me @ binkley@voorhees.k12.nj.us
    or 767-6749 ext. 1166