Health/Phys. Ed.

Gymnastics Field Trip

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Join Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids at Miami Gymnastics Academy!  They stretch, run and jump on the tumble track, act like animals on the balance beam, lift their bodies on the bars, and learn rhythmic gymnastics. This field trip wins a gold medal!

Little Ol' Lucky Day | WordGirl

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When Becky registers for a mini golf tournament, she learns about honor in this competitive sport.

Eat Healthy Food: Caveman Learns about Hydration | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Caveman has traveled a long way, and a long time to learn more about healthy diets with Dan and friends! In this segment, Caveman learns that drinking water is the best way to stay cool, refreshed and hydrated while playing outside on a warm day.

The White House: Inside Story | Kid's State Dinner

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Learn about the official Kid's State Dinner, an event that brings children with healthy recipes from around the country together at the White House to meet the First Lady and the President of the United States. 

Meet My Muscles- Lower Body

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This 3rd through 5th grade video depicts students following along with their teacher to learn about lower body muscles. Students learn about muscles such as the gluteal and hamstring and how to give them a good stretch and exercise. This lesson engages students using psychomotor and cognitive skills. 

Healthy Eating | Cooking Across Generations

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Jalani Phillips, Jr. (age 10, U.S. Virgin Islands) describes the origins of his Healthy Lunchtime Challenge winning recipe for Hurricane Lentil and Salmon Patties, and his mother talks about their family’s cooking traditions, in this video from WGBH. Jalani explains why he would rather be a chef than president of the United States. After explaining why he and his mother frequently use onions in their dishes, he describes some of the cultural recipes that have inspired him to cook. His mother explains that she learned to cook at a young age and thought it was important for Jalani to learn, too.

Check out the Support Materials below for Teaching Tips and a link to a customizable student handout. This resource is part of the Healthy Eating collection.

Assistive Technology History | Move to Include

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Learn about assistive technology and how the development of science and technology assists those with disabilities in performing such tasks as accessing and navigating their environment and improving communication. The video shows a variety of assistive technologies at the Museum of disABILITY History in Buffalo, New York. Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Career Connections | Equestrian Therapist

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A riding instructor and barn manager discusses her career in equestrian therapy at a nonprofit that caters to people with developmental disabilities. This video tells the story of an exciting career for those who love horses and want to make a difference.

Posting Pictures Online

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Posting a picture on the Internet only takes a second, but a photo is forever on the Internet. It is easy for someone to copy and paste a photo from one website to another. Once a picture is posted, it is virtually impossible to get it back.

Teen Advocates for a Neighborhood Park

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Meet Misra Walker, an 18-year-old who lives in a section of the South Bronx in New York City called Hunts Point. Misra explains some of the conditions her community lives with because of significant industrial activity in the area. She tells how she, along with her teen advocacy group, A.C.T.I.O.N., worked to convince the Manhattan Transit Authority (M.T.A.) to run a seasonal bus shuttle to one of the few green spaces in the community.

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