Find websites and/or some form of data. Create QR codes and place them all over the school. Have students bring in their devices, then along with a partner and a graphic organizer have them go find the qr codes, scan, and record the required data on the organizers. Afterwards, process the information with the students in class. This is a great way to get students moving, and get them finding information, besides lecturing…
Promote individual and partner practice, reinforce proper technique, help students learn and improve for themselves. Around 2-4 minutes per station students record highest number consecutive hits. Students work around the stations 3 different days, hopefully seeing improvement, and upon completion the 3rd day reflect on why they did or did not improve in any of the activities. See attachment.
Physical activity, such an important idea, yet students in our schools aren’t getting enough!
Dr. John Ratey does a TED on how physical activity and exercise can change school.