>>This activity will be used as both a mental and physical warm-up for physical education class. I plan to use it early in the year to work on the concepts of identity and belonging. In addition, I added the idea of a JOG after an autograph to incorporate my subject, physicaleducation. Jog Your Memories Try to locate someone who fills the following categories and have them sign their autograph.Each time someone signs your sheet you must JOG a "mini-lap" before getting a new signature.You may sign a persons paper only one time, but you may sign many different peoples papers within the time limit. GOOD LUCK!! · Has a birthday in October · Takes karate lessons · Has an older brother or sister · Math is their favorite subject(besides gym of course) · Loves to ski · Has a bicycle they can ride · Plays an instrument · Likes pizza · Plays a sport · Works in the garden sometimes · Has gone on vacation recently · Has a favorite sports team · Favorite color is blue · Ate vegetables or fruit today(last 24 hours) · Exercised outside of school this week · Likes to dance · Is wearing sneakers now · Takes their pet for a walk · Went to a different school before Edgewood · Likes to listen to music · Helped with housework/chores this week · Has a favorite movie · Did some type of exercise with a family member recently · Would rather eat salad then... · Likes to Rollerblade or skate board(with pads of course) Following the activity I will ask: "How many of these categories had to directly do with exercise. Where there any others that could be considered exercise? What did you think of this?
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