Online PE Activities

To help in staying physically active and healthy during our time away from the class room. Please take a look at your grade level Page for engaging at home activities

***Family Fun Fitness For All Grades See Minute to Win-it, Tabata, & Just Dance Links Below!***

12 Week Home WOrkout Plan-Copy and Paste

Family Game Night Fun!

Scroll all they way to the bottom of this page to see directions for:

*Fitness Uno


Standard 2 - Physical & Personal Wellness

3. Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness.

Monitor the intensity of one’s heart rate during physical activity.

Heart Rate:

  1. What is your resting heart rate? Record after resting and deep breathing for 2 minutes. ____________ BPM.

  1. What is your target heart rate zone according to chart #2?_____________BPM.

  1. Divide your target heart numbers by 4 to get a 15 second target heart zone.
    1. For example: If your target heart rate zone was 142 - 181 then 142/4 = 35 and 181/4 = 45. Your 15 second target heart rate zone would be 35 - 45 BPM

    1. 15 second target heart rate ___________________BPM.

Typical Teen Heart Rates for

Light, Moderate, and Vigorous Activity

Chart 1:

Type of Exercise:

  • Light: Working on a computer, sitting in class, playing the guitar, etc...
  • Moderate: Roughly equal to brisk walking or yard work.
  • Vigorous: Jogging, cycling, HIIT work out
  • Anaerobic: Sprinting, maximum effort.

Typical Heart Rate for teens and younger:

  • Slightly above resting heart rate up to about 120 beats per minute (BPM) for most teens.
  • 120 - 140 BPM for most teens
  • 140 - 180 BPM for most teens
  • 180 BPM and above for most teens

Top 7 At-home activity videos on pe universe

Choice-Would you rather?




Kindie - 5th grade Tabata Fitness


Star Wars

Harry Potter


Old Town Road

Tabata Fitness

6th-8th grade Tabata Fitness

HIIT Fitness

HIIT Circuit

Sofa Abs

Captain America

Interval training is simply alternating bursts of intense activity with intervals of lighter activity. For instance, if your exercise is walking—if you’re in good shape, you might incorporate short bursts of jogging into your regular brisk walks. If you’re less fit, you might alternate leisurely walking with periods of faster walking. For example, if you’re walking outdoors, you could walk faster between certain mailboxes, trees or other landmarks.

Consider the benefits:

  • Burn more calories. The more vigorously you exercise, the more calories you’ll burn—even if you increase intensity for just a few minutes at a time.
  • Improve aerobic capacity. As your cardiovascular fitness improves, you’ll be able to exercise longer or with more intensity. Imagine finishing your 60-minute walk in 45 minutes—or the additional calories you’ll burn by keeping up the pace for the full 60 minutes.
  • Keep boredom at bay. Turning up your intensity in short intervals can add variety to your exercise routine.
  • You don’t need special equipment. You can simply modify your current routine.

Home Min to Win Task (Family Fun)


This Blows

Kick off

Don’t blow the kings

Stick the landing

Chocolate chip flip

Flip your lid

Get Forked

Spin Doctor

Office tennis

Sharp Shooter

Pop Top

Shoe fly Shoe

Caddy Stack

Yank Me

Moving on up


Hut, Hut, Hike

Face the Cookie

Keep it up

k-2 Just Dance

3-8 Just Dance

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