This is a general description of P.E. classes offered by EMH Sports.
Regular repeating sports classes that meet on a regular day and time as part of a year-long series. Sports vary each month.
Participants will practice dribbling, passing, receiving, finishing, and shooting drills. There will also be plenty of fun exercises to enhance motor coordination. Proper footwork, positional play, crosses, distribution, and a number of other techniques will be covered. Games will be played during each class.
This international sport has been modified for the EMH Sports program. The game is played with two teams. The team with the ball passes to other team members until one is able to throw it into the goal of the other team. There will be different size balls for age-appropriate groups and skills will focus on throwing, catching, and making goals. The rules and regulations will be discussed before each class session.
Students will participate in fun contests such as steal the flag, punt, pass, and kick. Introduction to football fundamentals along with position-specific responsibilities will be emphasized. PE football is co-ed and is a non-contact class, so no football equipment is needed. Flag football games will be played daily to reinforce the lessons taught. The lesson plan is adjusted for age-appropriate groups!
Kickball is a very simple sport and is popular with our students. A large rubber ball is used for making contact with the runner either by tagging or throwing below the waist. The two teams will run the bases at the beginning of the class to choose which team will kick first.
Nerf Dodgeball is one of our most popular classes. This is a great cardio sport because of the jumping and dodging. The game also improves hand and eye coordination and quickness. The balls used in this sport are made of a spongy and light plastic material and pose no problem when coming into contact with the students. These lighter-weight balls move slower through the air and are easier to dodge.
We add several different sizes of balls and variations on the rules to keep it interesting and fun. The rules and regulations of the games will be discussed before each class.
Participants will practice dribbling, passing/receiving, and finishing/shooting drills. There will also be plenty of fun exercises to enhance motor coordination. Proper footwork, positional play, crosses, distribution, and a number of other techniques will be covered. Games will be played during each class.
This PE class includes fundamental instruction such as position play, drills, and techniques. Special emphasis will be placed on bunting, hitting, base running, and fielding. Helmets are provided, but your child may bring their own. Games will be played at each session.
Track and Field
In the track class participants will learn proper form, conditioning drills/games, and running techniques. At each class session, 30 minutes will be spent on track work and 30 minutes on field events. Participants will not run over 100 meters and will work on their individual speed and endurance. Baton handoff and relay racing will be introduced. Field events will include the shot put and standing long jump. A PE track/meet will be held during the last class for students to participate in.