SOL Based Active Lessons

Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade
3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade
Language Arts
Language Arts
Math
Math
Science
Science
Social Studies
Social Studies

Active Lesson Resources

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Active Lesson StrategiesAll of Fit4Kids' active lesson plans are based on major strategies that are most effective for active learning. Use our strategy guide for planning your own active lessons.
Active Lesson VideosCheck out our strategies in action! Greater Richmond Fit4Kids Wellness Integration Specialists show how to lead active classroom lessons for any grade level and subject.
Movement Recording SheetMany of the lessons required the use of a Recording Sheet. When teaching a Scoot, Retrieval, Musical Chairs, or Freeze Dance, you may want to consider using the Movement Recording sheets below.
Brain BoostersBrain boosters are a great strategy for classroom teachers to incorporate movement into the school day as well as providing benefits such as, improved focus, positive behavior, increased motivation, and higher academic performance.
Exercise SignsPost these exercise signs in your room so kids and easily see which movement to do. There is space at the top for you to paper clip an answer choice or laminate them and write on them with dry erase markers.
Exercise CardsUse these exercise cards to add movement to your lessons. Print them out with the exercise on the front and the Fit4Kids logo on the back. Then simply cut along the dotted lines and use for a burst of movement in your class.