Health and P.E. Curriculum

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Always be a first-rate version of yourself, 
instead of a second-rate version of somebody else. 

-Judy Garland


7/2017:  IF you're looking for something and don't see it...             

I have been transferring things over to my *N*E*W* website!

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Welcome to my Health & P.E. 
Lesson Plans Webpage!

Thanks for stopping by.  I'm Mrs. S. and I love creating Health and P.E. curriculum - I just really have a knack of knowing and being able to create activities kids will love!  It's a gift I feel very blessed to share.

I have teaching certificates in P.E., Health, and Language Arts, a Master's of Education Degree, my National Board Certification in Health, and over 20 years of experience in the classroom and gym!

I started this website several years ago as a way to impart teaching tips, articles, videos, surveys, strategies, organization, and motivation to other Health and P.E. teachers.  It's turned into a treasure trove of information that I hope will help you impact the children and teens you work with. 


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(Many are FREE!)


Sample Some of My Lessons:

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      Godfather's Dessert Pizza!!
This turned out so good!

Here is the link:


                                     Grandma Jo's Rolls’s%20Rolls.pdf?attredirects=0&d=1

Click here for downloadable recipe! 



I decided "gluten-free" shouldn't have to taste bad, so I put together a bunch of different ingredients from recipes I like and came up with these AMAZING 
"Gluten-Free / Almost Sugar Free" Breakfast Cookies!!!

All the flour in these cookies is gluten-free and if you buy gluten-free oatmeal 
(like Bob's Red Mill Gluten-free Oatmeal) 
these could be completely gluten-free*)

I used 0 calorie Stevia instead of sugar, but I did add coconut, so if you skip the coconut these are sugar-free as well!


*Disclaimer:  My trial recipe was made with Quaker Oatmeal (which doesn't claim they are gluten-free because it could have small traces of wheat...I haven't tried Bob's Oatmeal yet, but he makes a gluten-free Oatmeal, so I'm going to for 100% pure gluten-free next time!)

Depending on if you add optional ingredients
cookies are 300 - 400 calories each.

The recipe lists calories for each item.


When was the last time you 
ate dry brownie mix out of the box???! 

Check out this food label deception:  
They list 2.5 grams of fat, but if you make the brownies it's 15 grams per serving x 16 servings in a whole pan = 240 grams of fat!! 

Also, is a 2-inch piece realistic for you?!!  Get more healthy tips at my website link below.

For my FREE "Food Label Reading Lesson" go to:




Tip of the Month Collection:

September 2015

"Spice up your Teaching"

Hilarious Article 
(and good teacher ideas too!)

Go to:


Click here to 
see all 50 of my other
FREE Tips of the Month
(I have them all the way back to Jan. 2011!)         


Survey of the Month Collection:

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see all 32 of my other
FREE Surveys
(I have them all the way back to Jan. 2011!)