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Middle School Physical Education Homework

Frisbee Homework and Quiz is before Friday, October 6th

 

Aquatics Handout and Homework Aquatics Handout 

Aquatics Rubric Aquatics Rubric 

Aquatics Project Aquatics Project

 

Basketball Handout Basketball Study Guide

Basketball Homework Basketball Homework

Basketball Rubric Basketball Rubric

 

Badminton Handout Badminton Study Guide

Badminton Homework  Badminton Homework

Badminton Rubric Badminton Rubric

 

Fitness Handout Fitness Handout

Fitness Homework Fitness Homework

Fitness Rubric Fitness Rubric 

 5 Components of Fitness Test/Homework

 

Football Handouts Football Handout I Football Handout II

Football Rubric Football Rubric

Football Homework Football Handout

 

Frisbee Handout Ultimate Frisbee Handout 

Frisbee Homework Frisbee homework

Frisbee Rubric Ultimate Frisbee Rubric 

 

 

Pickleball Handout Pickleball Handout

Pickleball Homework/Quiz Pickleball Homework/Quiz

 

Team Handball Homework Team Handball Homework

Team Handball Handout Team Handball Study Sheet

 

Volleyball Handout Volleyball Study Sheet

Volleyball Homework Volleyball Homework

 

Yoga Handout and Homework 11/12 Yoga Homework 

Yoga Pose Handout Yoga Poses 

Yoga Rubric Yoga Rubric

Table, Cat, Cow, Sun Bird, Locust, Corpse, Bridge, Mountain, Warrior I, Warrior II 


There is some evidence that assigning homework or extra credit for physical education (PE) class increases physical activity levels for schoolchildren (Duncan 2011, Smith MA, Claxton DB. Using active homework in physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance. 2003;74(5):28-32.
Link to original source (journal subscription may be required for access)Smith 2003, Gabbei R, Hamrick D. Using physical activity homework to meet the national standards. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance. 2001;72(4):21-6.
Link to original source (journal subscription may be required for access)Gabbei 2001) and college students (Claxton 2009). Assigning PE homework as part of a multi-component obesity prevention intervention can also improve children’s fitness (Meyer 2014) and weight status (Fairclough 2013) and increase physical activity levels (Lubans D, Cohen K, Potnikoff R, Callister R, Morgan P. The SCORES physical activity intervention for children attending schools in low-income communities: A cluster RCT. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2014;18(1):e121.
Link to original source (journal subscription may be required for access)Lubans 2014). However, additional evidence is needed to confirm effects.

Homework that is relevant, motivating, and supported by parents; builds on class lessons; and holds students accountable for its accomplishment has been shown to increase children’s activity levels (Gabbei R, Hamrick D. Using physical activity homework to meet the national standards. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance. 2001;72(4):21-6.
Link to original source (journal subscription may be required for access)Gabbei 2001). Such assignments can also encourage healthy physical activity habits outside of school (Pettman 2010). Providing teachers with guidance regarding how to assign age-appropriate physical activity homework may increase the number of teachers assigning PE homework (Thom 2012). 

Assigning homework or extra credit activities is generally considered to be a low or no-cost approach to increasing students’ physical activity that can be implemented by existing PE, Health, or classroom teachers (CDC MMWR-Baranowski 1997, Mithcell M, Barton GV, Stanne K. The role of homework in helping students meet physical education goals. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance. 2000;71(5):30-4.
Link to original source (journal subscription may be required for access)Mitchell 2000). 

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