NEW 2015 RESOURCES
Curricular Resources in Physical Education
Here are a number of links to Internet sites which contain information and/or
other links related to Physical Education. For a related topic, check out the
CLN Page on Health &
Please read our
Ask an Expert: Physical Education/Fitness
CLN's "Ask an Expert" page has about 100 links to specialists in the field who can serve as a valuable source of curricular expertise for both students and teachers. Questions/answers on Physical Education may be found in our "All Subjects" section at the top of the page, the "Fitness/Health/Medicine" section, as well as the general "Reference" section.
Fitness Theme Page
This CLN Theme Page has links to information about Fitness. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are also links to instructional materials (game directions, lists of exercises, lessons) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme.
Games Kids Play
A library of playing instructions for more than 50 of the most popular kids (activity) games plus a set of links to over 250 other activity games.
[The] Locker Room: Sports for Kids
- Designed for all kids, not just athletes, The Locker Room offers information
on a dozen popular sports: baseball, basketball, bowling, field hockey, football,
gymnastics, hockey, running, soccer, swimming, tennis, and volleyball. The
contents in each section vary but typically there'll be information on the
sport's history, rules, scoring, fun facts and a glossary. The site also has
a section describing a variety of stretching drills and one on working through
problems with teammates and coaches.
Physical Activity, Recreation, and Active Living in Canada
In this site there are links to Canadian organizations which focus on "active living" as well as links to other sites with the same interest.
Sport and Exercise Psychology
A meta-list of links to various professional organizations in sport psychology, including their journals.
Here are some school sports and an associated WWW page for each:
Amateur Wrestling (Intermat)
Badminton (Anita's Badminton)
Baseball (John Skilton's Baseball Links)
Basketball (AlSports Basketball Links)
Field Hockey (Ultimate Field Hockey Index)
Gymnastics (BC Gymnastics Association)
Lacrosse (Canadian Lacrosse Association)
Rugby (Unofficial Repository)
Running (Dr. Pribut's Running Injuries Page)
Best Cleats for Sports
Soccer (Sensible World of Soccer)
Softball (Softball BC Online)
Track & Field and Cross Country (Track and Field Info Service)
Volleyball (Volleyball Canada)
And, here are a few of the multi-sport sites on the WWW.
World Wide Web of Sports
World Wide Web Virtual Library: Sport
World Wide Web Women's Sports Page
Note: The sites listed above will serve as a source of curricular content in Physical Education. For other resources in this subject area (e.g., lesson plans or theme pages), click the "previous screen" button below. Or, click here
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