Daily Assignments

  • Keep it moving in May

    Posted by Vicki Ryan on 5/29/2020

    Hello fellow Vikings,  

    I hope you are all doing well.  I was so excited to join the 3rd grade Zoom class. It was so good to see you.

    I am including some workout videos for all of you to try.  I have been using videos to exercise at home and it is very fun.  Try some of the videos that I posted under my Resources.  Each day try a different video. Let me know which workout you like the best.

    Stay healthy and well,

    Mrs. Ryan

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  • Weekly Viking Workout

    Posted by Vicki Ryan on 5/19/2020


    • PUSH UPS
    • SIT UPS
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  • Workout

    Posted by Vicki Ryan on 5/19/2020

    Warm up

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  • Weekly Viking Workout

    Posted by Vicki Ryan on 5/11/2020

    This week the weather is suppose to be unpredictable so we will be exercising inside and outside.  Let's focuse on stretching, strengthing, and balance.

    Stretching  Start with the neck slow easy stretchs rolling side to side and hands on back of the head. * Always remember to breath when stretching.  Stretch the shoulders, arms, chest, back, legs, ankles, and end with the feet.  *Hang over from the waist, relax your body forward with your weight on your heels and slowly roll up one vertebre at a time. 

    Sit Ups Challange yourself to do at least 1 more then last time.

    Push Ups Bent knee or straight leg push ups as many as you can.

    *Breath through the exercises, this will help you keep moving longer.

    Balance is very important.  Without good balance you can fall easier and get injured.  Practice will help with your balance. Try these exercises to help with balance.  Remember, practice will also help.

    Stand on one leg, then the other

    Stand on one leg and lean forward with you opposite leg extended behind you.  Change legs.

    Stand on one leg and lean backward with your opposite leg extended behind you.  Change legs.

    See if you can hop on one leg without falling down.  Repeat on the opposite leg.

    Ideas for practicing your balance. If you have a pogo stick at home, this is wonderful for practicing balance.  Jumping rope using one leg and the other.  Walking on stilts. Walking on a line.  Have Fun!  Happy Balancing.

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  • Keep Moving

    Posted by Vicki Ryan on 5/4/2020

    Happy Monday Everyone,

    I hope everyone is feeling well and happy.  I was so excited to see everyone at the car parade last Friday.   I was the one playing the music and dancing!  This weeks lesson is about movement and dancing.  

    Equipment needed:  Music

    All of my classes have participated in dance aerobics during our workout class on rainy days.  Remember we talked about getting our heart rates up by moving briskly around using our arms and legs. 

    1.  Check out the workout videos that I posted on my Announcements. This was a site shared by the American Heart Association.  Pick one and try it by yourself or with your family.

    2. Monday - Thursday of this week, try a different exercise video every day.  Think about which videos you like better, and why do you like certain routines.  Which videos got your heart rate beating faster?

     *Remember, getting your heart pumping is making it stronger.

    3.  Friday - Make up your own workout routine to a song. Be creative and have fun.  Teach your family your workout dance/routine.

    4.  Stretch your body from head to toes, and then lay down and relax for a few minutes.  Remember, if you add music to the stretch/relaxation, choose something slow and soothing to get the most benifits.

    Miss all of you and if you need anything just let me know.

    Mrs. Ryan

    Physical Education

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    Posted by Vicki Ryan on 4/20/2020


    This weeks workout is focused on cardio exercise.  Cardio exercise is good for stregthening your heart.  It can also helpnreleive stress and make you feel better.

    1.  Warm-up with some stretching and slow movement

    2.  If you can, put on some music with a good beat for jumping.  If you don't have music, make your own beat.

    3.  You do not need a jump rope for this lesson.  Just pretend you have a jump rope and perform thes skills.  

    1.Basic Jump Single Bounce

    2.Basic Jump Double Bounce

    3.Skier (feet together and jump side to side)

    4.Straddle Jump (feet go out together like a jumping jack) 

    5.Sissors (feet go forward and back), 

    6.Jogger (try to go as fast as you can)

    7.How Low Can You Go!  (jump low to the ground)

    8.Can Can (Lift your leg and kick, repeat on the other side)

    9.Make up a routine using some or all of the moves you just practiced.

    10.Teach someone your routine.

    Remember to have fun and keep exercising.  It will help you feel better.

    Mrs. Ryan


    Firecracker jump rope routine

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