I keep forgetting to talk about Adventure to Fitness. Thanks to one of my bloggy friends, Reagan, over at Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits, I am now THE NUMBER ONE FAN of Adventure to Fitness. I might have
So . . . if you don't know what this is, here it is. Go check it out!
Log on, go to the Teacher Guide and then create your account. Once you've created your account, you're in! And even though my school is way behind technologically, we do have our computer (yes, singular) hooked up to the TV (yes, TV) in our room. Each week, there is a new 30 minute adventure for the kids to do. It rained on Wednesday this week so we went on a Medieval Madness adventure. I had to pause it after 15 minutes and then we resumed at last recess. The kids went crazy for it. They just do whatever Mr. Mark tells them to do. No equipment necessary. They have archived episodes, as well. The teacher can participate or not - it's up to you. I participated with them for the first 15 minutes but at last recess, I chose to
ALSO, James Taylor (still the executive director and not the singer) emailed me to personally thank me for getting the word out. Who does that? I thought that was so above and beyond. Oh, and did I mention that this is a FREE program and it is funded for the next five years? I have a different outlook on inside recess now. Phew. I can do this. And maybe I'm hoping it will rain this week so that I can
Let me know what you think!!! I'm off to blog stalk! :)