Mr. Williston & Ms. McFarlane (Phys. Ed.) Notes

Mr. Williston

Notes

Posted: January 19, 2022

Please watch the two videos on snowshoes.  We will be snowshoeing on our new trail system when we are back to in-person learning.

Choose a favourite activity such as dance, yoga, or indoor tennis to help stay active while indoors. 

Be creative, build a fort or an obstacle course using cushions, blankets, pillows, etc. 

We miss you all and hope to see you soon!

Posted: January 18, 2022

Warm up with a dance and then play indoor tennis. 

 

Posted: January 17, 2022

For today's lesson you will do the "Fitness Shuffle"

Have fun and stay safe! 

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Posted: December 15, 2021

All Lost and Found items will be on display in the gym Thursday Dec. 16th. If your child is missing anything, please let their homeroom or PE teacher know so they can pick it up. All items not collected by Friday Dec. 17th will be donated as we do not have space to store them.

Any items with names on them will be given to students.

King Street PE Teachers

Posted: December 15, 2021

Hello Everyone, 

We have been working on our balance unit in phys. ed.  Here are a couple of videos that will help you use your static balances OR you can practice the scales you learned in class on your own. Please take some time to get outside and play!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M934oILO9Y  this yoga video incorporates many of our static balances and is suitable for all ages but may appeal to our older grades.

Cosmic kids yoga is nice for younger children: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DImiAdyAQ4g

 

Posted: November 24, 2021

Friday Nov. 26th is Jersey Day at King Street and for all ASDN Schools. Hope to see you in your favorite jersey or sports theme shirt.

Posted: November 8, 2021

Take advantage of the beautiful weather in our forecast and get outside for at least 30mins. each day. Going for a walk, a jog, kicking a ball in the backyard, riding your bike, skateboard or scooter are a few activities you can do. Being outside is very important for both our physical and mental well being. 

Check out the document below for more ideas to keep you active during the week. 

November 11th is a day to reflect on the sacrifices our veterans have made to protect our freedom. If you can, attend a Remebrance Day ceremony, or spend some quiet time reflecting. 

We miss you all! Stay active, healthy and safe!

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If the weather is nice, please do your best to get outside for 30mins of acitivity.  Grades 3-5, you can practice the basic soccer kicks we reviewed in class (instep and lace kicks) and K-2 can practice kicking with your instep. Remember: SAY NO TO THE TOE :)

We are attaching some activities that tie nicely into our curriculum. There are active links for you to click on (super hero characters and hyper text links in the skills and strategies).

Most of all, have fun, stay active and stay positive!

 

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Posted: November 1, 2021

Please see the attached file for your home learning game.

Stay active for a minimum of 30 minutes. Go for a walk or jog with a parent or responsible adult. Remember to walk/jog on the left side of the road or sidewalk, and obey all pedestrian traffic rules. Stay safe!

If you can get outside, practice kicking skills taught in class: the basic kick, and the lace kick (grades 3-5).

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Posted: October 12, 2021

This week we have included a few different activities for you to try. The goal for each day is for a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity. Remember that these minutes can be spread out throughout the day or done all at once.  Also feel free to change the order of any activity and if there is something you really like, do it as many times as you want and as always, we love it when you come up with your own activity.  

Tuesday – Indoor/outdoor Bowling 

Make your own bowling game using old plastic bottles (6 or 10 works well). If you play outside, add a little water to each bottle to help keep them standing. Make a starting line using sidewalk chalk or masking tape, grab a ball and have some fun. Challenge someone in your family and yourself by adding more bottles or moving the starting like back.  

Variation for outside:  try kicking a ball at the pins

Wednesday - Go for a walk or jog with your family and try to find all the following items in any order: 

1.       A bicycle  

2.       Someone walking 

3.       A birdfeeder 

4.       A house with Halloween decorations   

5.       A basketball or hockey net 

6.       An odd numbered house 

7.       A swing set  

8.       A dog or cat 

9.       A STOP sign 

10.   A piece of sports equipment (i.e. soccer ball, hockey stick, etc.)

Thursday – Make your own obstacle course.   

This can be done inside or outside (I made my children do this OUTSIDE). Use items that you can run around, go over/under. Time yourself and challenge someone in your family to beat your time.

Posted: October 6, 2021

Change of Date

The school Cross Country Meet will take place on Thursday Oct. 14th at 1pm.

Rain date: Tuesday Oct. 19th (1pm)

This meet is only for members of the King Street Cross Country Team.

Posted: June 8, 2020

Please check out the link below for our last week of Home Learning.

Posted: June 5, 2020

Here are the Day 10 events and the week 2 scorecard. 

Posted: June 4, 2020

Check out todays events and don't forget to record your results.

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Posted: June 3, 2020

Check out todays events using the link below.

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