Physical Education in Alternative Environments

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It is common for children to focus on one sport at an early age; however, research suggests that this may not be best for healthy childhood development. It is important to develop a wide range of physical skills in multiple environments to enable kids (and adults!) to move with poise, confidence, competence and creativity in different physical environments, including indoor ground, outdoor ground, air, water, snow and ice.

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Why choose Physical Education in Alternative Environments?

It is common for children to focus on one sport at an early age. However, research suggests that this may not be best for healthy childhood development. It is important to develop a wide range of physical skills in multiple environments to enable kids (and adults!) to move with poise, confidence, competence and creativity in different physical environments, including:

  • Indoor ground
  • Outdoor ground
  • Air
  • Water
  • Snow and ice

Download the Physical Education in Alternative Environments resource for tips, tricks and activities to incorporate alternative environments into your physical education class! Check out Dip, Dive and Glide and Ski, Skate and Slide for a further exploration of physical education in both water and snow/ice environments.

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