Physical Education in schools concerns the involvement of children in fitness activities, sports, Health and Drug Education, gymnastics and some aspects of dance. All are designed to encourage a healthier, more enjoyable lifestyle.

Please note : A number of resources were once listed on this page due to the Physical Education Resources page being archived. All Resource pages have now been de-archived so these have been moved permanently to the Physical Education Resources page. To access these, please use the P.E. Resources button in the menu above.

This page looks at the State & Territory information - including curriculum; sections covering fitness activities, minor games, aerobics; sources of assistance; lesson plans; and Australian Physical Education groups.


    The ACT education system is linked to this body for Physical Education and health. As one statement indicates - ‘Our vision is Quality health and physical education for every student in NSW & ACT’.
  • Board of Senior Secondary Studies
    A list of the courses in Health, Outdoor & Physical Education offered in Years 11 and 12. Each can be downloaded in MS Word format and range from Human Movement to Sports Studies. Each runs till 2023.
  • Health and Physical Education - The Australian Curriculum
    The Australian Curriculum forms the basis of the curriculum in ACT schools from Foundation to Year 10. This link will provide a basis for what is involved with this.
  • Health and Wellbeing - Education
    ‘The following resources provide further information on current initiatives implemented at ACT schools including : PE Pulse, Healthy Schools Network ACT, It’s Your Move and Kids at Play Active Play’.
  • Physical Activities Policy - Education ACT
    ‘This policy establishes a standard for conducting any Physical Activity that maximises the learning outcomes for all students, whilst minimising risk and ensuring appropriate duty of care arrangements’. You can also access a range of related documents and policies from the listing on the right.
  • Physical Activity Foundation
    ‘All Kids, More Active, More Often. Programs, resources, health information’. Move It Challenge, Active Kids and more.
  • School Sport ACT
    ‘SSACT actively promotes school sport for all ACT students through the support of regional, state and national representative opportunities and pathways. ’.

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    ‘The NSW body which is part of a national professional association representing people who work in the areas of Health Education, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport, Dance, Community Fitness or Movement Sciences’. They provide resources, professional learning and awards plus much more.
  • PDHPE - Personal Development, Health and Physical Education K - 10
    Syllabus, Foundation Statements, Parents Guide, other resources, Modules, case studies, programming advice.
  • PDHPE [Personal Development, Health and Physical Education] Stage 6 [Years 11 and 12]
    ‘Here are the Stage 6 syllabuses and course descriptions. Each syllabus provides examination and assessment materials, and other support materials’. The Content Endorsed Course for Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation Studies [Stage 6] which enables students to further develop their understanding of and competence in a range of sport and recreational pursuits is found using this link.
  • Physical activity - Healthy lifestyle programs for primary schools
    ‘Schools can do lots of things to promote and encourage physical activity amongst their students. This can be through Physical Education, Sport, lunchtime physical activity and other learning areas. This section provides teachers and out of school hours teachers with access to teaching resources, government guidelines and programs relating to physical activity’.
  • Physical Activity and Sports Studies 7–10 [NESA]
    ‘Students engage in a wide range of physical activities in order to develop key understandings about how and why we move and how to enhance quality and enjoyment of movement. The course includes Life Skills outcomes and content for students with disability’. Sample Units of Work and other resources can be found when you Sign in to access information here.
  • Physical Education
    ‘Physical Education is not about playing games or sport, nor is it about simply building fitness or accumulating a minimum amount of physical activity time spent in lessons – the focus should be on purposeful learning’. There are a range of learning areas in the PDHPE sector including Drug education, Life Ready and Child protection and respectful relationships education in addition to the sporting and activity sectors.
  • School Sport
    ‘The School Sport Unit [SSU] provides carefully planned, adaptable and enjoyable physical activity experiences for all students in NSW public schools. Covers Representative Sport, the Premier’s Sporting Challenge, School Programs, Sport Policy And Guidelines, Professional Learning’ and more. NSW Department of Education. In addition to these, you can also access the following as part of this site :
  • Code of Conduct
    This ‘underpins core values of the NSW Department of Education in which every student is known, valued and cared for’.
  • Disability and Participation
    ‘Find information on opportunities for students with disabilities and find information and register for participation based programs that provide further opportunities for students to participate in sport and physical activity’.
  • Sample whole school physical activity timetables
    These ‘provide examples of how the minimum requirements of planned physical activity can be demonstrated’.
  • School Sport Unit : NSW Combined High Schools Sports Association
    ‘NSW Combined High Schools Sports Association provides opportunities for secondary students to participate in competitive sport at the state level and above. Applications and Forms, Handbook, State-wide competitions, Contacts, Apparel, State results’.
  • School Sport Unit : NSW Primary Schools Sports Association
    ‘NSW Primary Schools Sports Association [NSWPSSA] provides opportunities for primary students to participate in competitive sport at the state level and above. Applications and Forms, Handbook, State-wide competitions, Contacts, Apparel, State results’.
  • Sport and Physical Activity Policy
    ‘Sets out the requirements related to mandatory weekly participation in sport and physical activity for schools and their students. This includes identifying local procedures that support the planning and delivery of high-quality, safe sport and physical activity programs’.
  • Sport Safety Guidelines
    ‘The Sport Safety Guidelines are in place to assist schools in developing appropriate risk assessments for sport and physical activity. It also includes Specific sport and physical activity guidelines’.
  • Teaching and Learning - Resource Library
    ‘Filter our growing list of resources [about 50 available] by Learning area and Stage’.

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  • ACHPER Queensland
    Provides support including Professional Development, Events, Resources and more.
  • Drug Education and Intervention
    Introduction, Drug intervention measures, Online Resources.
  • Health and Physical Education Senior Subjects [QCAA]
    ‘There are 2 types of senior subjects in the area of Health and Physical Education - General and Applied Syllabuses. Links on the page cover these as well as Learning Area News’. Specific to this major area are a Physical Education General Senior Syllabus [2019, Version 1.2] and a Sport & Recreation Applied Senior Syllabus [2019, v1.0].
  • HPE Sourcebook Modules
    ‘Sourcebook modules provide teachers with a range of learning and teaching ideas. Teachers are encouraged to modify modules to meet the specific needs and interests of particular groups of students and individual students, their own needs and the learning environment’. While from the previous curriculum, they should still prove capable of adaptation to link to the current curriculum.
  • P-10 Health and Physical Education [QCAA]
    Overview [with further information here - Learning Area Overview], Australian Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, Assessment.
  • P-10 Health and Physical Education Assessment Resources
    A range of resources [which can be filtered to specific levels] to assist teachers.
  • Physical Activity and Health
    ‘A suite of resources gathered and developed to assist parents/carers and students to implement a home-based health and physical activity program that supports their wellbeing and continues their educational development whilst unable to attend formal wellbeing and Health and Physical Education classes at school’.
  • Physical Activity in State Schools
    ‘The department recognises the importance of physical activity in the health and wellbeing of children and young people. Engaging in regular physical activity of at least moderate intensity is part of a healthy and active lifestyle’.
    ‘Aiming to provide member schools with opportunities to equip young women to meet and enjoy life’s challenges. To achieve this aim, the Association seeks to provide quality sporting opportunities and social interaction within a school environment, which balances performance, participation, tradition and innovation’.
  • Queensland School Sport
    ‘Queensland Representative School Sport provides, fosters and develops sporting programs within state schools and colleges and the non-state schools affiliated with Queensland Representative School Sport’.
  • Senior Syllabus Resource Search [QCAA]
    Filter using the options available in the top section of the page, selecting Health & Physical Education from the Learning Area filter.

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  • ACHPER South Australia
    Provides support including Professional Learning, Active Programs, Resources and more.
  • Game On
    ‘The South Australian Government has invested in Game On : Getting South Australia moving, a forward-looking framework that outlines a collaborative approach to ensure physical activity and play can fit seamlessly into the daily lives of South Australians’.
  • Health and Physical Education [The Australian Curriculum]
    ‘The Australian Curriculum : Health and Physical Education [F–10], as implemented by South Australia, aims to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to enable students to access, evaluate and synthesise information to take positive action to protect, enhance and advocate for their own and others’ health, wellbeing, safety and physical activity participation across their lifespan’.
  • Healthy eating resources for early childhood educators [SA Health]
    ‘The following resources can help you support and promote healthy eating [and physical activity] for children in various early childhood care settings and for a range of issues’.
  • Movement and Physical Activity
    Catholic Education South Australia. Overview of this in Catholic Schools. Separate sections look at different year groupings. Currently showing resources for use during the Covid impact.
  • Physical Education [Years 11-12]
    ‘Students explore the participation in and performance of human physical activities. It is an experiential subject in which students explore their physical capacities and investigate the factors that influence and improve participation and performance outcomes, which lead to greater movement confidence and competence. Physical activities can include sports, theme-based games, fitness and recreational activities’. Key documents, Learning and Assessment Plans, Individual Performance Indicators, more.
    Renewed Stage 2 Physical Education was taught for the first time in 2020.
  • School Sport SA
    ‘School Sport SA is responsible for administering primary and secondary school sports programs throughout the state. Affiliation is open to every government and non-government school’.
  • High Schools with Special Interest or Specialist Programs - Sports
    ‘This list shows some of the secondary schools who have specialist interests or offer special programs. The school or program you are interested in might not be listed, so please contact the individual secondary school to find out what they offer. If the school has an asterisk [*] at the end of the school name, it means the school is approved by the department to select students for entry via an audition, test or interview the year before starting at the school’. A wide range of sports are included in the options available.

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  • ACHPER Tasmania
    ‘Through effective engagement with teachers and communities, ACHPER Tasmania works to promote the value of health and physical education in schools’. Events, Resources, more.
  • Get Moving Tasmania
    ‘On this website you will find a range of physical activity information that can help you and your community get moving’. Includes Premier’s Physical Activity Council and resources.
  • Health and Physical Education : Structure - The Tasmanian Catholic Curriculum
    ‘Learning area, Structure, Strands, sub-strands and threads. The Australian Curriculum : Health and Physical Education is organised into two content strands : personal, social and community health and movement and physical activity. Each strand contains content descriptions which are organised under three sub-strands’.
  • Health and Physical Education Learning Area Overview
    Years 11 and 12. Details all currently available TASC subjects and VET courses. Subjects and Courses are presented in three parts - You have … , Subject/Course, May Lead to … . There are also Learning Area Courses listed lower on this page. You can Filter these to select specific courses using the options on the left.
  • Move Well, Eat Well
    ‘Tasmanian government initiative that supports the healthy development of children and young people by promoting physical activity and healthy eating as a normal positive part of every day’.
  • SATIS - Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent Schools
    ‘SATIS promotes physical, emotional and social well-being by fostering and administering a quality sporting program providing competition between schools in an environment which encourages participation, diversity, integrity and sportsmanship’.
  • State Sport and Recreation Organisations
    ‘This page lists web links to state sport and recreation organisations in Tasmania. It includes links to all local sport and recreation organisations from cricket to taekwondo, as well as a range of other relevant organisations’.
  • Tasmanian Curriculum K-10 - Health and Physical Education
    ‘Currently Tasmanian Government primary and secondary schools use the Australian Curriculum for Health and Physical Education’. Covers : Year Levels, Strands, General Capabilities, Cross Curriculum Priorities and Additional Information. Resources may be accessed via this Curriculum Connections link.

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  • ACHPER Western Australia
    ‘ACHPER WA aims to increase the health, education and uptake of physical activity in Western Australians of all ages, especially in school-aged children and young people’.
  • Health and Physical Education [K-10]
    Access multiple documents for this curriculum [including the curriculum itself], Syllabus descriptions for each stage, Overview, Ways of Teaching and much more. Use the Filter options on the left to help access specific aspects.
  • Health and Physical Education [Years 11 and 12]
    Includes Health Studies, Physical Education Studies and Outdoor Education. These are courses for the Western Australian Certificate of Education [Years 11 and 12].
  • Health and Physical Education Year 11 Resources
    Select the appropriate link from the filter options on the right. You can also find Health and Physical Education Year 12 Resources on this page by following the same process.
  • K-10 Outline - Support Materials
    ‘New curriculum support materials for Pre-primary to Year 10 are now available, to assist teachers to implement the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline. These materials can be accessed using the Year level or Learning area buttons below’.
  • Key ABLEWA Resources
    ‘Curriculum, Support resources, ABLE Assessment Tool, Online Course’.
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing - Domain Guide
    ‘This guide supports early childhood education and care services and schools to gain a deeper understanding of the AEDC physical health and wellbeing domain’. A copy of the Physical Health and Wellbeing Domain is found here.
  • SSWA – School Sport WA
    ‘School Sport WA [SSWA] is an association of school teachers whose principal purpose is to promote, organise and coordinate sporting competitions for school students at a local, regional, interstate and international level. School Sport WA caters for all students and encourages maximal participation in a range of quality sporting programs’.

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  • Aerobic Exercise
    Multiple topics from Aerobic Exercise Facts to What equipment is involved.
  • Aerobic for Kids : 15 Exercises And 10 Benefits
    ‘Aerobics is a form of exercise that combines strength training and stretching along with rhythmic movement. In this post, we tell you about the benefits of aerobics for kids and give you some easy exercises that you could try with your children’.
  • Aerobic Exercise : What you need to know What it is; How often; How hard; progression; balanced fitness program; Precautions.
  • Aerobic Fitness Lesson Plan []
    ‘Teach your students about aerobic fitness with this lesson plan. Students will start off watching a video defining aerobic fitness and giving examples and benefits, then learn how to develop aerobic endurance with a text lesson. Questions, activities and a quiz help learning stick’. You need to subscribe to access this.
  • Little Sports Videos
    An extensive range of videos of differing lengths [with a few other sources also represented] using aerobic or cardio activities. Worth checking to see if there is anything you feel would be of value. Another collection can be found at Aerobics for Kids
  • Top 7 Aerobics Exercises for Kids
    ‘Aerobics are one of the finest and the most interesting ways of introducing exercise to children. Have a look at the Top 7 Aerobics Exercises for Kids in this video’. [1.3min.]


    “Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation ”. A world of resources and advice for Physical Education, Health, Dance, etc.. State branches, where these exist, have been included in each state or territory listing above.
  • ACPE
    ‘ACPE has paved the way for countless individuals to achieve success in the sports, dance, health, business and physical education sectors’.
  • Australian Sports Commission - AIS
    ‘Australia’s strategic high performance sport agency’ with national and state based centres. You should also check the related Physical Literacy - Resources section of SportAus, which has a range of material that can be used in schools. There is also a section with Information and Resources for Schools and Teachers. Select this from the links under Browse by Role on the home page.
  • Australian Sports Foundation
    ‘We assist hundreds of organisations every year to raise funds for Australian sport through our Sport Incentive Program and we provide small grants to community and grassroots sporting organisations to grow participation in sport’.
  • Clearinghouse for Sport
    ‘Collaborate + Share + Learn + Innovate’. Find assistance from both the Knowledge Base and the Resources.
  • Healthy and Active Children [healthdirect]
    Multiple options providing information about improving health and physical activity for children, e.g. Benefits of physical activity for children and Safe exercise for children. ‘Free Australian health advice you can count on’.
  • Inclusive Practices - Sport Australia
    ‘Inclusive activity cards designed to assist the delivery of sports-based activities that cater for all levels of ability’. One aspect of the Sport Australia resources.
  • Munch & Move
    ‘Munch & Move offers training and resources to educators working in NSW early childhood education and care services. The training aims to assist educators to implement a fun, play-based approach to supporting healthy eating and physical activity habits in young children. The Munch & Move program fits within the new National Quality Framework and the Early Years Learning Framework’.
  • Parents’ Voice - Physical Activity
    The site opens at this section. It is part of an online movement of parents who are interested in improving the food and activity environments of Australian children. Very clearly set out and should be helpful.
  • Physical Activity and Exercise Guidelines for all Australians
    Australian Government Department of Health. ‘Australia’s physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines outline how much physical activity you should do, the importance of reducing the time you spend sitting or lying down and how much sleep children and young people should get. Needs vary depending on your age. About the Guidelines. Physical activity guidelines by age. Order the relevant Guidelines.’
  • School Sport Australia - “Education through school sport”
    This is the national body. State bodies have been included above where these exist. Calendar of Events, Sports, International Tours, School Sport Offices, News and more.
  • Sport Integrity Australia - Education
    ‘We provide education resources about sport integrity for all levels of athletes, their parents, teachers, coaches and support personnel. We are always creating new content to help you, so keep an eye out for new resources as we create them’. ASADA became part of Sport Integrity Australia on 1 July 2020.


  • 12 Fun Physical Education Games
    ‘Watch as students learn fun games that can be adapted at any level ! Check out more awesome videos on my page. Adapted Physical Education Activities and Games for individuals with and without disabilities’.
  • Elementary PE Games
    ‘This site is designed specifically for anyone wanting to keep large groups of kids active. With all of our games, our mission is to keep the most amount of kids moving for the most amount of time possible. To this end, we do our very best to outline games with the smallest amount of equipment possible’. Multiple sections including New Games.
  • Fun Gym Games for Kids !
    ‘Looking for some fun gym games for kids ? Look no further. Whether you are looking for games for your physical education class or just some games to play in an empty gym, these games are sure to lead to hours of physical exercise and fun’. A second set of games can be found at 18 Fun PE Games Needing No Equipment.
  • PE Games on the App Store
    Apple. ‘Games for Physical Educators. Access 150+ Games and Activities to take your classes to the next level. View the playing area, equipment and instructions for each game. Create a simple lesson plan for your upcoming session and easily view these on the go. Find a game that you like and want to remember it ? Simple press the star button to add it to your current lesson’. 8 categories of games.
  • P.E. - Warm-up Ideas
    Select ‘Newest First, Highest rated first, Most popular first or go Random’. Access other learning areas from the top menu. A second page is found at PE Games Teaching Ideas.
  • PhysEdGames
    ‘The PE games you will find on this site are used by professional physical education teachers as part of successful programs in school gyms. Browse the categories at the top to enjoy quick and easy video descriptions to learn a new game for your class ! Or visit our YouTube to find the most popular games’.
  • Sports Activities & Games for Kids - UNICEF Kid Power
    ‘UNICEF Kid Power is all about kids being active, and a big part of being active can include kids’ sports games and activities. Whether it’s a parent, coach, teammate or a kid, take a look at our list of kids’ sports resources below’.
  • Standards-based PE Games -
    ‘By far the most popular resource on, our standards-based games database will provide you with great content for your physical education program’. Eight groupings are listed
  • The PE Shed - PE Games
    ‘The PE Game Ideas section provides you with Physical Education resources which will help you to plan PE Warm Up Games, PE Tag Games, PE Thinking Games, and PE Coordination Games. Within each section you will find a whole range of different games which will excite and challenge your students’.
  • Traditional Aboriginal Games & Activities - Creative Spirits
    ‘Traditional Aboriginal games have many benefits and enjoy growing interest. Here’s a collection and brief description of many traditional games’.
  • Youth Group Games
    Includes ‘New, Icebreakers, Relaxed, Active, Feature Collections, No Prep, Team Building and More’. You could also check their Top Ten Game Lists or their Games Categories listing.
  • Yulunga, Traditional Indigenous Games
    ‘Suitable for children and adults of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, Yulunga can be used in schools around Australia as an educational resource and as a guide to inclusive, structured sport within communities’. Filter your selection using the Bands of Learning and the Game Category options. Download the full resource here.


  • 13 Fun and Engaging Outdoor Games for Kids of All Ages
    ‘We’ve put together a guide of outdoor games for kids by age group so you can skip to your child’s age or check out other ideas for games your child might enjoy with an older sibling’.
  • 19 Best Playground Games & Activities For Kids
    ‘The best playground games and activities provide organised play to get and maintain kids’ interest. We have provided a variety of games and activities to use for school recess, camps and neighbourhood playgrounds. Have fun !’.
  • 30 Classic Outdoor Games for Kids
    ‘From perennial favourites Hide and Seek, Telephone and Capture the Flag to the less common Blind Man’s Bluff, Spud and Crack the Whip, this list has something for everyone’.
  • 35 Fun Outdoor Games for Kids of All Ages
    ‘If you need some fun outdoor games for kids, look no further. Below you will find an extensive list that can be played in a variety of weather types. In this category, you’ll find a nice variety of games for mixed-age groups … Some old games and some new games’.
  • 1960s Playground Games [Schoolhouse Museum]
    ‘Dianne Robertson and Robyn Minard attended North Ryde Public School in the 1950s and 1960s. In this oral history they recount their memories of playground games’.
  • Easy Outdoor Games and Activities for Kids
    ‘The following list highlights classic, fun games that don’t require a lot of components or setup’.
  • Increasing Physical Activity in Schools …
    “Through The Use Of Playground Games”. Common sense article which includes a number of games/activities.
  • Kid’s Games
    Detailed description of children’s games that were commonly played in school playgrounds. It covers skipping, ball strength, circle games, more. Still available but not updated for some time. More than 200 games listed.
  • List of traditional children’s games
    ‘Most children’s games include at least two of the following six features in different proportion : physical skill, strategy, chance, repetition of patterns, creativity, and vertigo. This is a list of games that used to be played by children, some of which are still being played today’. Listed alphabetically. Wikipedia.
  • Playground Games Teaching Ideas [Twinkl]
    ‘This is a useful list of ideas for playground and outdoor games, involving little or no resourcing. From ‘Jumping Beans’ to ‘Noughts and Crosses’, these child-friendly games are designed to bolster a wide range of physical and mental skills. All can be done in the school playground for everyone to get stuck in and involved. It is the perfect accompaniment to home teaching sessions, allowing you to get your children out and about during breaks’.
  • Street Play
    One aspect is urban games. As the authors say - ‘While it’s impossible to document and categorise every game any kid ever played in the street, we’ve tried to hit the major ones here’. Select The Games [Streetplay] from the menus at the top or on the left. You should also check their Site Links to see other games sites.
  • The 50 Best School Playground Games For Kids
    ‘Playground games and sports are a popular option in schools as they help build a sense of togetherness and unity that is all too often overlooked. That’s why we thought we would give you a head start by selecting and sharing some of our favourite games with you. All the games we’ve listed can be adapted to suit the children you’re working with and all of them help encourage unity, team play and healthy competition’.

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  • Active for Life [VicHealth]
    ‘Active for Life is an evidence-based resource to help better understand the challenges around children’s physical activity and inspire better practice to integrate more movement in children’s daily lives’. Several downloads are available including the Active for Life Resource, the Active for Life – At school resource and also useful links to further information.
  • Best Fitness Apps for Keeping Kids Active
    ‘We have gone ahead and cultivated a list of the best activity apps for kids, which include various methods of activity, including fitness, exercise, rel="nofollow" workouts, yoga, dancing and running’.
  • Easy Fitness Activities for Kids
    ‘These easy fitness activities for kids make exercise so much fun that your children won’t notice they’re working out. On the following pages, you’ll read about innovative and easy fitness activities that your kids will love’.
  • Exercise for Physical Disabilities
    ‘We’ve created a range of free resources to help people living with disability, as well as their carers, families and friends, to learn how to exercise safely. Download our Exercise and Disabilities eBook, and/or our Physical Activity Guidelines. Check out our blogs and hear inspirational stories from those living with different disabilities’.
  • Fit for Fifty
    How to get fit using the 5BX fitness program.
  • Fitness Activities for Physical Education
    ‘Bulletin Board Ideas; Fitness Testing; Best Practices; Fitness Lesson Ideas [in Grade levels]; Related information’.
  • Fitness Circuit Course - Action for Healthy Kids
    ‘Fitness circuit courses are a fun and interactive way for kids to be physically active. Fitness courses consist of setting up several stations with different activities for students to rotate through in short periods of time [usually one or two minutes]. Courses are best in open spaces such as the gym or playground, but if space is limited, other areas such as hallways and classrooms can also be creatively used’.
  • Get Movin’ : 15 Fun Fitness Activities for Kids
    ‘Getting kids to “work out” can be challenging. But there’s no need to stick to run-of-the-mill, boring exercises like jumping jacks, push-ups and sprints. We put together a list of some fun and creative fitness activities for kids that will get them moving in no time at all’.
  • PE Circuit Training
    ‘Circuit training in PE class allows all kids to work and achieve success at their own levels. The versatility of the layout lends itself to customisable activities. You can easily change the circuit on a regular basis to keep the kids interested and active. Circuit training works both indoors and outdoors, depending on the type of facilities available’. Other activities can be linked to from the menu on the left.
  • The Walking Classroom®
    ‘The mission of The Walking Classroom is to help strengthen the physical, mental and academic health of children. The program teaches children to establish and maintain healthy lifestyle habits, while also building their health literacy and core content knowledge. Students walk, listen and learn’.
  • Top 10 Free Physical Education Apps
    ‘We gathered the best free Physical Education apps for teachers to take your teaching to the next level. Check out our recommendations below and comment at the bottom if there are any we may have missed. Challenge yourself to learn new technology and incorporate these apps into your teaching’.


For other educational journals, see the Education Journals page.

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  • 7 Games to Make Running Fun for Kids [ACTIVEkids]
    ‘These seven ideas for workouts disguised as games not only train young bodies, but score high on the fun factor as well’.
  • 11 Fun Running Games for Kids
    ‘Running games are a fun way to fit physical activity into your day without feeling like you’re doing a workout. Here are 11 to try. Running games for kids - and kids at heart - are designed to help boost physical fitness levels as well as self-esteem’.
  • 15 Fun Running Games For Kids
    ‘Why not encourage children to run and be physically active ? MomJunction helps you make running fun and exciting with these 15 best running games for kids’.
  • 45 Fun Relay Races for Kids
    Relay Race Ideas and Activities. ‘Here you will find an assortment of relay race activities and ideas to use for any event. These relay activities are sure to keep kids of all ages having fun and even getting some physical exercise along the way. Relay races are a great way to teach kids how to be part of a team as well as learning social skills’.
  • A PE Lesson Plan Incorporating Running Games For Children
    ‘The following lesson and handouts provide an exciting way to channel your students’ energy and help them set personal goals in fitness’. From the past [2010] but still usable and applicable.
  • Fun PE Running Games for teachers and parents to do with their kids
    ‘Just because running is fundamental doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Instead of heading out to the track to run laps, why not spice up the routine ? Here are twelve fun running games for kids of all ages to try out during your next PE class or play at home with the family’.
  • Healthy Kids : 5 Easy Running Games …
    For large groups of kids. ‘To stay fit and healthy, here are my top 5 easy to play running games for large groups. You only need a large space and some very simple supplies, if any, for these easy running games’.
  • Just Run - Session Activities
    ‘The drill packages have been developed to best prepare young legs and bodies for running. They are fun to do and improve agility, balance, coordination, strength and conditioning and are the perfect complement to JUST RUNNING for school age children’.
  • Running Games for Kids to Encourage Exercise
    ‘Planning organised games that involve running is a great way to get kids to exercise while still having fun. Whether you’re looking for running games for a sports practice, physical education class, a birthday party or just to play in the backyard, here are some games that are always a big hit with kids’.
  • Top 7 Running Games for Kids
    ‘Most kids like to run naturally, but having them run around a track just for the sake of exercise takes away the fun. Therefore coming up with organised games that will let them run around is a great way to get your kids do some exercise. Here are some outdoor running games for kids you can try’.

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