PHE Home Learning Centre

Daily physical activity is critical to a child’s physical and mental well-being. While physical activity and unstructured play is important, we need to ensure that positive learning experiences and physical education is part of the fun. We need to keep the 'E' in PE!

For this reason, the activities provided have been designed to support children and youth in developing, acquiring, and learning the following important competencies, within their home settings:

  • Move – Students will develop psychomotor skills, tactics, and strategies that facilitate a variety of physical activities across diverse environments. 
  • Think - Students will develop cognitive skills and strategies for a variety of movement contexts that facilitate critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving
  • Feel - Students will develop affective skills and strategies that facilitate healthy and safe relationships with themselves, with others, and with their environment. 
  • Act - Students will practice behavior skills and strategies that facilitate movement competence and confidence.

These activities have been modified to support learners, reflecting the realities of the current educational landscape, and are downloadable for free in print-friendly activity cards. 

Physical Education Activities





Additional Resources


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Teaching Considerations
This is a new dynamic in which we are working. As such, there are additional considerations that need to be taken into account within this adapted teaching and learning environment, along with the regular instructional considerations in a typical education environment. Please ensure to address and factor in the following teaching considerations as appropriate to your students and education programming: