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Old 08-08-2018, 06:05 AM
 
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I am a first time elementary teacher and my first class was yesterday. It went well, I used my voice too much instead of the whistle. I have a general curriculum to follow but on free days for PE, what are some good things for them to have or do? Also, any direction to sites with good game ideas like tag or relay games or whatever games that I could use with k-5. Thanks!


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Id check out the playworks website and see if you can find some activities that might work for you. Best of luck!!
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is that just playworks.com?
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It is OK to use your voice instead of a whistle. I used to use a whistle all of the time, but it really hurts my ears and the students as well. You can give a command to students with your voice just like you can a whistle.
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