The banners include the following skills:  1. Catch, 2. Dribble (hands), 3. Dribble (feet), 4. Kick, 5. Punt, 6. Strike, 7. Volley, 8. Toss (underhand), and 9. Throw (overhand).

Manipulative Skill Display Banners: 9 Large Vertical PE Banners

The banners include the following skills: 1. Catch, 2. Dribble (hands), 3. Dribble (feet), 4. Kick, 5. Punt, 6. Strike, 7. Volley, 8. Toss (underhand), and 9. Throw (overhand).

7 Products in one bundled package!- 4 colors per Banner!!  This "bundled package"  includes the following PE upper grade level intended banners (4t...

PE Banners (Posters) - Upper Grade; Bundled Edition

4 Physical Education Catch & Throw Stations w/lesson, diagram & station posters. Stations made easy!$

4 Physical Education Catch & Throw Stations w/lesson, diagram & station posters

4 Physical Education Catch & Throw Stations w/lesson, diagram & station posters. Stations made easy!$

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” Kids Sportsmanship Checklist, I Play By The Rules Of The Game, I Try To Avoid Arguments By Clarifying Rules, I Always Play Fair….

THROWING, TOSSING AND CATCHING SKILL CUES- PE DISPLAY BOARD - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Throwing, Tossing and Catching Skill Cues- PE Display Board

THROWING, TOSSING AND CATCHING SKILL CUES- PE DISPLAY BOARD - TeachersPayTeachers.com

One of the standards in physical education is to promote lifelong fitness, and physical fitness outside of school. Would provide a great way for students to log activity minutes outside of school. Then being able to compare the days. Seeing which days have more or less active minutes, and then using cognitive skills to evaluate why that is. I found this on Pinterest.

One of the standards in physical education is to promote lifelong fitness, and physical fitness outside of school. Would provide a great way for students to log activity minutes outside of school.

Love To Teach | Fine and Gross Motor Skills Checklist | Teacher, Student, and Parent Resources

This checklist is organized by fine and gross motor skills. It begins with simple tasks and progressing to more complex skills. For children age.

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