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Wednesday, July 25 • 8:30am - 9:20am
Pete Charrette's "Large Group Activities that ENGAGE"

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Let Pete Charrette (Cap’n Pete’s Power PE) show you some extremely fun, fast moving and energy boosting fitness-based and manipulative skill activities that are ideal for large group elementary school classes that help students “start their engines” and “develop their skills”.

The activities are standards-based and align with SHAPE America’s current grade level outcomes. The session will include a mix of high energy music, fitness-based activity, manipulative skill movement and participant discussion.

The presentation will help provide new and experienced teachers with some practical, “cutting edge” movement activities that their students will really enjoy. The activities are non-conventional and fun, giving students new ways to enjoy movement which can serve as a catalyst to lead lifelong, healthy and active lifestyles.

The main goal of the presentation is for participants to come away understanding the value of providing their students with non-conventional, fun fitness-based and manipulative skill activities as a method of “engaging” them in their own personal fitness and motor-skill development.


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Pete Charrette

Resource Designer, Capn Petes Power PE
Pete Charrette (Cap’n Pete’s Power PE) is a 30 year veteran physical education teacher from just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. A Nationally Board Certified teacher since 2005, Pete has also served as a NBPTS Trainer and a Scorer for the NBPTS and the EdTPA. In 2009, Pete was selected... Read More →




Wednesday July 25, 2018 8:30am - 9:20am
Gym B

Attendees (50)