Physical Education: Jump Rope
Learn the health benefits of exercise! This site provides facts, a video clip, and power point programs about healthy living through exercise. Students can learn how to create their own jump rope routines through diagrams. Included is an eThemes resources on Health: Physical Education.
Join in and learn new jump rope stunts, rhymes, and games. Find out about healthy snacks.
Jump Into A Healthy Life
This site gives healthy heart facts, information on the heart and circulatory system. Students can take a Heart Quiz and a Jump Quiz.
Why Exercise Is Cool
This link provides information on exercise making a heart happy.
What If I Don't Like Sports?
This site provides text and audio information for exercise for kids who do not like organized sports.
Jump Rope for Your Health
This link provides an article with facts about jumping rope for health gains. NOTE: This site contains ads.
How To Jump Rope for Health and Fitness
This ezine article provides facts about the benefits of jumping rope. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Jump Rope Activity Card
This site provides facts about jump rope and safety tips.
This site provides a brief video, PowerPoint programs, and fact sheets from the Youth Physical Activity Guidelines Toolkit.
Help Your Family Get Active
Here is information for families on how to become active. A downloadable activity sheet keeps family exercise varied.
Create A Jump Rope Routine
This link provides a worksheet for students to create a personal jump rope routine.
Jump Rope Skills
Learn the moves with this site from the American Heart Association. Students can view diagrams and instructions using single rope jumping, partner jump skills, and long rope jumping skills.
This site provides information about jump rope basics and links to additional jumping sites.
USA Jump Rope
This site provides video clips of team and individual jump ropers.
eThemes Resource: Health: Physical Education
These sites provide an overview of different health topics geared toward students. Sites are for teachers who are interested in promoting physical activity. Games, videos, and lesson plans can be found on these sites. Included is an eThemes resource on obesity.