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Odd Todd & Even Steven

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Solve the multiplication problems on the screen to improve your mental math skills before determining if the product is odd or even. Then Odd Todd or Even Steven will give you exercises to try along with the kids in the video.

Tai Ji Dance | Beauty of Jasmine

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In this performance, students demonstrate Tai Ji, a popular cultural exercise program from China. People gather in parks or other designated areas in their community and practice Tai Ji together. This resource is part of the Beauty of Jasmine collection.

Go Outside and Play: Sculpture Garden | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Playing outside makes kids happy and healthy! In this segment of KIDS Clubhouse Adventures, kids learn about art by visiting the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Garden, Des Moines, Iowa. Kids define and analyze the meaning of different sculptures as they stroll through the garden.

3 Easy Dance Moves | Full-Time Kid

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You don't need a rocket, track or garden to do the Moonwalk, Running Man and Cabbage Patch dance moves. You just need socks, energy and a little guidance from Mya, the Full-Time Kid!

DIY: How to Walk a Tightrope

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In this presentation, Big Apple Circus performer Sara Schwarz shows students interested in the art of tightrope walking how to get started. She discusses daily routines, balance-optimizing exercises, the physics involved in successfully walking the tightrope, and the dedication required to master this art.

Go Outside and Play: Skate Park | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Playing outside makes kids happy and healthy! In this segment of KIDS Clubhouse Adventures, kids learn about skateboarding. The kids in this segment talk about the equipment needed to skateboard safely, the steps to becoming a skilled skateboarder and the different types of moves that can be done on a skateboard at each skill level.

Ice Warriors: Sled Hockey 101

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Learn from players on the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team about the sport of sled hockey in this video from “Ice Warriors,” and then use the support materials to learn about the engineering design process. People with different types of disabilities can play sled hockey, including amputees and people born with spina bifida. The game is similar to regulation or NHL ice hockey—called “stand-up hockey” by the sled hockey players—but players sit on sleds with metal skate blades attached and use their arms to move the sleds. Their sticks, one in each hand, have a shooting curve on one end and small picks on the other. Players use the picks to propel themselves around the ice. The rules are the same as ice hockey: move the puck, get in good scoring position, and play good defense. This resource is part of the Adaptive Technologies Collection.

Ice Warriors: How They View Us

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Connect with U.S. National Sled Hockey Team players, who distinguish between how society views athletes with disabilities and the reality they experience, in this video from “Ice Warriors.” According to the players, people in society often regard people with disabilities as fragile and weak, and imagine adaptive sports like sled hockey to be slow, with no physical contact. But after people watch the sled hockey team play a game, they realize how athletic people with disabilities can be. This resource is part of the Adaptive Technologies Collection.

Ice Warriors: The Road to Gold

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Experience the journey that players on the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team took when preparing for and then playing in the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia, in this media gallery from “Ice Warriors.” Rico Roman, a forward on the team, was injured in active duty military service. After having his leg amputated and discovering sled hockey, he joined the team and discovered the camaraderie he had been missing since leaving the Army. Other players on the team describe their goals and approaches as they prepare to play for the gold medal and their feelings after their victory over the Russian team.

Animal Fitness

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Engage your Kindergarten through 5th grade students this activity that combines motor and listening skills. Using commonly known animals such as a fox, dog and an inchworm, students enjoy learning about the movements of various animals. The teacher demonstrates how to move and be like that animal using various exercises and students follow along. Students are able to showcase their psychomotor skills in this lesson.

This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

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In this Kindergarten through 2nd grade video, students listen carefully as their teacher reads the story “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything” by Linda Williams. Students listen for key verbs such as clomp and wiggle throughout the story and as they hear them, they will perform a specific physical movement such as stomping their feet or wiggling their fingers. This is great for focusing on psychomotor and cognitive skills.

Baseball Field Trip

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Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids take you out to the ball game!  At Marlins' Park, they meet the team mascot, run on the field, pitch in the bullpen, bat in the batting cages, and hang out in the President’s Suite.  It’s a home run field trip!

Hello, Body! | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn about the functions of our bones and muscles and their importance in helping us move.

The Couch Potato Blues | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn that food and physical activity affect how we feel. Healthy choices help us to feel good and to perform at our best!

Fireflies Musical Yoga for Kids

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Fireflies Musical Yoga for Kids is a 12-part series, consisting of three-minute instructional videos presented by Kira Willey, nationally acclaimed kindie artist and musical yogini. It provides educators with a wonderful tool to help children connect their bodies and minds to music and positivity.  Each segment is tied to positive character strengths to aid teachers in promoting positive behaviors. Kira encourages children with movement and music through her interactive yoga lessons. Her unique approach marries original music with yoga, fostering a deep connection and understanding of the importance of incorporating fitness and focus throughout the day. 

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