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If you are a Physical Education Teacher search these sites for great information!

A physical education teacher is more than our parent's gym teacher. While many schools now have separate health and physical education teachers their roles are very much related. We need to be teaching children about good health habits as well as fitness, and athleticism. We need to provide information on health specific to our schools curriculum demands. There are many helpful sites but here are some of our favorites:

Start Walking Now
Nourish Interactive
Exercise Daily
Heart Power On-line
Kidnetic
Smart Mouth
Future of Children
Child Health Library
Kids Health
Screen Awareness
Healthopedia

Anyone interested in educating themselves or others about physical education don't only need information on health and nutrition but we also want to know about fitness. Here are some of our favorite fitness related sites. You should check these out and bookmark your favorites.

The President's Challenge
Fitness Partner
National Association for Physical Fitness
Project Fit America
Maternal and Child Health Library at Georgetown University
Athletic Skill Development
How to Stretch

To teach fitness and work on your fitness, teachers, coaches, parents, and grand parents want access to information about measuring fitness. Here are a few links that will provide valuable information on assessing fitness.

The Cooper Institue for Aerobic Research
The President's Challenge
Physical Best

There are many people who have various challenges associated with physical education related activities. If you are a teacher, or family member of someone with such challenges these sites may be of value to you.

American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation
Adapted Physical Education National Standards
Camp Abilities
Disabled Online
Disabled Sports USA
Move International
Project Inspire
Therapeutic Recreation


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