THIS WEEK'S V.P.E.

"Dance It Out Time" Friday 

 K-5 

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PAST LESSONS - Favorites 

AVID + Coach G's Navy Scrapbook +

Veteran Day Workout

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Knowledge Is Power P.E. Jeopardy

Drug & Bullying + Dental Game Refresh

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Workout Like a Superhero

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Math Balancers 2nd & 3rd Grade

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Math Balancers 2nd & 3rd Grade

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Math Balancers 4th & 5th Grade

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FUN FACTS

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My Fun Fact Sheet 

Hygiene

 

  1. If you don’t floss, you miss cleaning 35% of your teeth.

  2. Damp hands spread 1000 times more germs than dry hands.

  3. The average human hand houses 150 different kinds of bacteria.

  4. Hand sanitizer is a complement of soap, not a replacement. ALWAYS wash your hands!

 

Peer Pressure, Bullying, Alcohol, and Drugs

 

  1. YOU always have a CHOICE! SAY NO!

  2. Kids and teens with friends who do drugs and drink alcohol are more likely to do the same.

  3. Everyday around 160,000 kids and teens skip school to avoid bullying.

  4. 1 out of every 10 students drop out of school because they are victims of bullying.

  5. Alcohol related accidents are the #1 killer of teens.

 

Nutrition

 

  1. There are 3 types of fats: saturated, unsaturated, and trans fat.

  2. Water contains zero calories.

  3. Eggs have the highest protein rating out of all food.

  4. 1 gram of carbohydrates has 4 calories.

 

 

Body Systems

  1. It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 muscles to frown.

  2. Together, your large and small intestines measure about 25 feet long.

  3. The body has 206 bones.

  4. The heart beats around 3 billion times in an average person’s life.

  5. The reason we yawn is because the body needs more oxygen.

 

Dance

 Break dancing was started in New York City in the 1970’s.

  1. Dancing reduces stress and frustration.

  2. Dancing can burn anywhere from 5 to 10 calories per minute depending on speed and intensity.

  3. Regular dance practice can increase a child’s flexibility, range of motion, physical strength, and stamina.

  4. Anyone can dance!

  5. Dancing can improve balance and coordination.

  6. Group dancing teaches students teamwork.

  7. Dance is a powerful means of expression.

  8. Dancing is a form of exercising.

 

Yoga, Strength Training, and Aerobics

  1. Children should do 60 minutes (1 hour) or more of physical activity a day.

  2. Yoga helps build concentration.

  3. Yoga improves balance and coordination.

  4. Strength training increases strength and decreases risk of injury.

  5. Aerobics relieves depression, burns fat, and can help prevent cancer.