Physical Education Curriculum and Lesson Plans

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A Bit of Perspective On The Tandalay Curriculum

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Tandalay Fundraising — It doesn’t take money to make money

Money’s tight — times are tough for schools, clubs, churches, organizations and anyone looking for extra funds.  Beyond that many schools/organizations don’t have resources to raise the money that they so desperately need — we at Tandalay know.   We work closely with schools and organizations, seeing first hand the effect of budget cuts and lack [...]
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Quality vs. Quantity – The Balance of Physical Education

In physical education, it seems as though our schools are emphasizing quantity pe over quality pe. Does quality of instruction really matter in physical education? ABSOLUTELY!!!  We’re seeing more and more attention focused on the benefits of physical education and the importance of getting out and playing each and every day.  But it is important [...]
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What are Wocky Sox?

The wacky new way to experience PE!! Going “old school” has never been more colorful! We are launching a fun new activity program called Wocky-Sox. It’s based on exciting games that feature the use of SOCKS to play games – but not just any old socks – WOCKY SOX!! At Tandalay one of the most [...]
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Physical Education Workshops and Curriculum Integration

Yesterday we spoke with Mr. Joe Johnson, Principal from Monterey Hills Elementary in South Pasadena, California about the response from staff and teachers to the two workshops that Tandalay conducted for the South Pasadena School District and how the implementation of the Tandalay Curriculum was going.  Monterey Hills has no Physical Education Instructor, so each [...]
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