Discover resources for teaching physical education at home.
Homeschool Physical Education Curriculum
Adapted from The Virginia Homeschool Manual. Compiled by Vicki Bentley, Susan Brooks, Janice Campbell, and Rachel Ramey.
Most of the subject-specific resources can be ordered from the major curriculum suppliers listed under “Homeschool Material Sources,” but publisher websites are indicated where appropriate. Publisher websites often offer additional product information, articles, links to other sites, and free e-newsletters.
In 1 Timothy 4:8 we are told that, “Physical training is good, but training for godliness is much better, promising benefits in this life and in the life to come.” This program includes resources to get your children stronger physically and spiritually.
Family Time Fitness
Our complete Pre-K through High School PE program
Homeschool P.E. (for the P.E. challenged mom)
This is a set of simple lesson plans that walk homeschooling families through physical education. Intended for elementary-age children, it included plans to get the family up and exercising together.
Start them on this path with Living Healthy: Nutrition, Exercise, and Making Wise Choices. This fun and flexible course uses the Charlotte Mason style to gently introduce topics that will inform their choices and impact their health for the rest of their lives.
This easy-to-use book is a great way to provide students with up-to-date information on the principles of exercise while simultaneously improving their reading comprehension skills.
You want to teach your child physical education, but don’t have a gymnasium or expensive sports equipment? No problem!