Class Resources

Please note I did not come up with the original ideas for all of the resources below. I just followed a similiar theme to free ones found online or at conferences and made them better suited for my classes. If you would like an editable copy please email or send me a message on twitter!


A PDF in a layout similar to the popular Netflix. Instead of TV Shows, clicking the pictures to take you to a selected Youtube workout.

Great support to keep students active during Online Learning!

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Cross-Training Terminology (Station Cards)

A PDF containing 5 different cross-training workouts that explore different exercise types. To help students learn terms familiar with cross-training like AMRAP, EMOM, Interval, Sets/Reps, and regular timed fitness exercises.

Great to promote agency and support students who are hesitant to seek help!



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Volleyball Skill Cards

A pdf containing 5 important skills to learn as a middle school volleyball player. Focuses on 3 key points for each skill and a QR code that links to a YouTube video with more detail to extend students knowledge.

Provides an additional challenge and guidance to those students who can consistently achieve the basics.


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Throwing and Catching Progression - Individual

A pdf that guides students through throwing and catching activities that they can perform individually. It allows for reflection and for students to modify difficulty by using different objects.

I created this resource when my school returned to on campus PE lessons, while enforcing social distancing practices.


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S.M.A.R.T Goal Setting

A Google Slides presentation that leads students through goal setting. They will learn the S.M.A.R.T acronym, breakdown a goal and turn a simple goal into a S.M.A.R.T goal. They will finish with creating their own goal for their fitness unit.

I created this resource to lead my MYP students through goal setting at the beginning of their "Cross-training" unit.


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ATL Skill Level Descriptors
A PDF document that shares information on the 4 different ATL proficiency levels. A poster for Novice, Learner, Practitioner, and Expert provides students with guiding questions and defines how to recognize you are at that specific ATL skill level.

I created this resource for my MYP students to reflect on their development and become more self-regulated learners.


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