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No Gym
Posted: May 10, 2017 9:04 AM
By: wlj
This question is for those who do not have a gym or an indoor space at all: what lead up games or skills lessons do you do with your students outside that they don't consider "boring", especially on a particularly warm day? And are your classes 45 minutes long or longer?
RE: No Gym
Posted: May 10, 2017 2:50 PM
By: KellyAnn326
I usually do warm ups that are skill practice related to the sport I'm teaching. Ex- Football - I will do tossing and catching with a partner then transition to target practice then divide into teams for game play. I also do warm up laps two - three days a week for other units.

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