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Fun Friday for Family Phys. Ed. class. We started off with Drop the Chicken tag outside in which players had to try and hold the chicken as long as possible before someone else tagged them. Families found out very quickly how fast they can get their heart rates up as soon as 10-15 people are chasing after you, haha. We then finished the warm up with some Snake tag where players had to communicate with their teammates to try and not let the tail of the snake get tagged. We then challenged each person to try some juggling. Juggling is a great test of resiliency and persistence, all while giving each person the opportunity to improve their hand eye coordination. We then finished with Team Handball where players must use communication and a lot of teamwork in order to be successful and scoring against the other team. Everyone left really sweaty today and shared a lot of great laughter as well. Thank you everyone for coming out tonight!

Great day for Family Phys. Ed. We had 4 families play and we started with a warm up game of everyone's favorite classic, Toilet Tag. We then did a family workout that everyone was able to participate and get a good sweat going. As soon as we were done we headed outdoors for a wonderful game outdoors. We played Capture the Flag with Frisbees. Players had to try and get from their side safely to the other team's side without getting tagged. Just a few blurry videos from the game final game. My apologies for the quality of video, ugh, technology sometimes, haha.

Family Phys. Ed. got moving really quick with some Pirate Soccer! Started with a few fun rounds of Cookie Monster tag and then finished with some lead up games to Sideline Soccer. During the soccer game we talked about how important it is for soccer teams to communicate with each other. Some teammates even shared how important it is to pass and move to open space during soccer games as well.

The teams actually ended up tying 9-9 at the end. Congrats to both the red and blue team, and many thanks to all the families for coming out and sharing a lot of smiles and exercise!