Now that we can, finally, embed other websites into the New Google Sites, the possibilities for the use of Google Sites seems limitless!
I've created a few sites that might be useful to you. These can be used whole class or in small groups with a Chromebook for each group.
Warm Up: https://sites.google.com/view/warmup2 Spin the spinner to determine the activity, then spin to determine the number of reps. Click the link to the activity to show the students what it should look like!
Rock, Paper, Scissors Against the Computer Warm Up - derived from an idea from Kevin Tiller:
https://sites.google.com/view/rock-paper-scissors Students can play Rock, Paper, Scissors against the computer and, based on the result (win, lose or tie) they perform the activity shown for 30 seconds (timer included). You could have one student play against the computer to determine whole class activity, or you can have each student play themselves and do the respective activity. SO fun!! This activity idea comes from Kevin Tiller (@physedreview).
SHAPE Standards and GLOs that can be addressed using the above activities:
Standard 3: "Demonstrates the knowledge and skills to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical activity and fitness."
Grade 3: Recognizes the importance of warm-up & cool-down relative to vigorous physical activity. (S3.E4.3)
Grade 4: Demonstrates warm-up & cooldown relative to the cardio-respiratory fitness assessment. (S3.E4.4)
Grade 5: Identifies the need for warm-up & cool-down relative to various physical activities. (S3.E4.5)