All students will begin Distance Learning with the downloadable Activity Log.
If you are unable to use the electronic downloadable version, copies will be available at Anthony Elementary School for pick-up outside the cafeteria on Tuesay, Wednesday and Thursday only. DO NOT return hard copies to the school after completion. You can take a picture of the completed log and send it back as an email picture attachment or scan the log to your computer and return it via email to me.
Email to return Activity Log electronically: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindergarten and First grade Distance Learning P.E. extra credit challenge: Learn how to tie your shoes without any help ;-)
Be prepared to take the 'Shoe Lace Tying Challenge Test' when you get back to school.
Good Luck and get tying!
How to tie your shoes video
Obstacle Course Assignment: You will need to find different objects just laying around the house (with parent or other adult permission) to use in creating an obstacle course. The course can be either an indoor or an outdoor obstacle course. Create at least 5 obstacles to either jump over, go under, go around, climb over, carry to another spot etc. Please make sure your obstacle course is safe by having your parent/adult double check it for safety.
To get credit for the assignment, simply email me a picture and then write a list of the different obstacles you created. (Example: I used a box for obstacle number one and I used it to crawl throuogh.)
Alternatively, you can send me a short video of you doing the obstacle course.
I am providing a few homemade obstacle course links from Facebook. If they are able to be opened (if they work) then simply click the different links and watch. If they are not usable through the teacher website, simply copy and past the link to a different browser page and watch them there. In addition, there are other ideas on YouTube by simply searching "homemade indoor obstacle course" and see what great ideas are out there. Last thing to know and understand - the obstacle course does not have to be a grand scale project! Keep it simple and fun and again before you build it, make sure you get your parent or other adult permission to use the different items.