Unified Physical Education (P.E.) is a unique opportunity for students of varying ability levels and backgrounds to come together on equal terms through ongoing fitness, sports, leadership and wellness activities. Unified P.E. focuses on the physical, intellectual and social growth of all participants. Engaging in physical activity and sport alongside peers with and without disabilities helps to foster important social relationships.
Special Olympics Unified PE Guide - A unit by unit guide created by Special Olympics for all things Unified P.E.
49ers Prep Unified Fitness Workout - 1 hour long video that was recorded live.
Shape America - K–12 standards based curriculum designed to develop motor skills, knowledge and behaviors, while generating confidence and an active lifestyle.
Wide Open School - Created by over 25 organizations, many of the resources can be completed offline and on smartphones, as well as bilingual and English-language learner resources and ideas for special education.
Flaghouse - Free premade lesson plans and activity guides from our friends at Flaghouse.
P.E. Central - Tips and strategies to successfully teach Physical Education at home.
Free Exercise Program - An extensive spreadsheet of free online exercise classes. At the top of the spreadsheet, select a tab to view only your interest.
Dynamic P.E. ASAP - 400 Free Lesson Plans developed by Dr. Robert Pangrazi.
Playworks - The ultimate guide to playing at home.
Fitbound Videos - Short, inclusive exercise videos that represent individuals with and without disabilities.
Unified PE Webinar - Great insight from some of the Special Olympics top programs
PhysEd TV - New video content every week for elementary, middle school and high school students.
The Physical Educator - Distance learning for Physical Education, great for middle and high school