Welcome to the PE planning blog!

published on 28th August, 2020

Welcome to the brand new PE Planning blog!

PE Planning is a new website full of PE lesson plans for schools. Right from elementary school upwards, this website has everything you need to give your students fun, engaging, and fulfilling PE lessons. Whether you’re organizing field day and you need some tips, or it’s raining and you need indoor PE activities, we have it all on this website. Plus, we have hundreds of curriculum-compatible lesson plans all available to download in minutes.

Who are PE Planning?

PE Planning’s lesson plans are already used by hundreds of schools. That includes pre-schools and pre-K, kindergarten, elementary schools and middle schools.

Our PE lesson plans and resources are used by thousands of PE teachers and coaches who want to deliver better PE lessons for their students. We are always exploring new ways to improve the content and support we provide to schools. We create lesson plans, test them, and get feedback from staff. Then, we modify them to make them even more fun, fulfilling and engaging.

Why choose PE Planning?

Our approach to PE lesson plans and resources is very strict:

  • Our 2 priorities are Maximum Student Learning and Maximum Class Activity
  • Every lesson plan or resource must be created by a seasoned PE specialist
  • Every lesson plan or resource must be engaging, active, and fun

We’re always adding to our resources and lesson plans. All are quick and easy to download, and our team is always here to help you if you need it.

What can you expect from this blog?

In addition to our resources and lesson plans, the PE Planning blog will be full of useful supporting content and information. We want you to get the most out of this website so that your students can get the most out of PE.

If you have any questions, or you have any suggestions for content for our blog, please feel free to send us a message here. You can also find out more about us here.

Start looking through, and downloading, our PE lesson plans here.