Physical Education

Credits (2)

(Maybe more depending on the number of electives she ends up needing. She has more than enough hours in this subject. For example, I may end up splitting yoga and aerobics into flexibility (1 credit), aerobics (1 credit). Then, aquatics (1 credit), bowling (1 credit), cooperative learning (1 credit).)

This Physical Education program is based on the acquisition of knowledge and skills that are the foundation for engaging in physical activity. The mission is to empower the student to sustain regular, lifelong physical activity as a foundation for a healthy, productive and fulfilling life.

Physical wellness and psychomotor skills are developed through a variety of activities.  As a young adult, it is important to acquire and refine skills that will enhance the quality of life through physically active and healthy habits.

This course is an orientation to physical education, physical fitness, and health. It is an introduction to basic skills and movement by participation and instruction in the following activities: swimming, walking, flexibility, dual and individual sports, and physical fitness.



Outdoor walks around the local park’s trail and the block.

Homeschool Gym: cooperative learning through play and games with other homeschoolers.


Bowling (Through the Kids Bowl Free Program.)





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