I will be posting various exercises and videos that students can watch and challenge themselves to perform at home. Thank you all and stay safe!
This week the 3rd-5th graders participated in an activity called Mission Impossible. Students are to work together as a team to try and get everyone across the gym using different types of equipment. This activity teaches many great skills which is why I like introducing it; teamwork, creativity, patience, and balance.
Students have been working on catching and throwing skills. Below you will see kindergarten students working together to practice these skills. Keep your eyes on the ball!
Students battling for the ball during our hockey unit, looking to score! Students pursue the ball during a hockey game!
LAST CHANCE TO JOIN THE HEART HEROES! Our Kids Heart Challenge program is almost done, but don’t worry, there’s still time left to register! If you’d like to accept a health challenge and raise donations, the final day to do so is Friday, February 14 (donations are due that day at school). You can register…
The Heart Heroes are on their way to Miller Elementary! Next week students will be kicking off our annual Kids Heart Challenge program (formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart). Your student will get a chance to meet Alexa, the featured heart hero for this year, along with the awesome new Hero crew who are here…
We are beginning our floor hockey unit today on 1/13. Students are experimenting with stick handling, and working on moving with full control of the ball.
We have started our football unit at Miller! Students will learn different skills involved in the game including how to carry the ball, receiving handoffs, running routes, as well as throwing and catching. The end of the unit will commence with a modified flag football game!
Students are beginning the soccer unit for the 2019-20 school year! New skills and games are on the horizon for the Mustangs! Below students are working on dribbling the soccer ball through traffic! Soccer Unit “I can” statements. These statements are read aloud by students and discussed as a whole before units are began. The…