Meeting State PE and Health Standards and Policies with BEPA 2.0!

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BEPA 2.0 Overview

BEPA 2.0 is a classroom-based physical activity program aligned to Health and Physical Education standards.  BEPA 2.0 can be used in and outside of the classroom and before, during, or after school to increase children’s physical activity time at school.

Classroom teachers can use BEPA 2.0 to help them meet requirements associated with Oregon's new law regarding physical education minute-per-week minimums.  Oregon Physical Education ORS 329.496

BEPA 2.0 is an evidence-based, behaviorally focused program that aligns to state standards, laws and policies. When teachers deliver a BEPA 2.0 activity or game to their students, they can be confident they are meeting state standards!

Health Education Standards
Physical Education Standards                          

BEPA Videos

Activity Instructions-- Please note that this activity is NOT included in the current BEPA 2.0 card set

BEPA 2.0 is...

Core physical education (PE) and health education (HE) concepts are integrated into developmentally appropriate physical activities that promote PE and HE literacy and align to standards. In Oregon, BEPA 2.0 can be used to obtain up to 45 minutes per week of PE time in schools with a PE Specialist, and can be more broadly implemented in schools that lack any PE Specialist support.

BEPA 2.0 is for use in before, during, or after school settings; indoors and outdoors. Most activities are designed for the challenging classroom environment.

BEPA 2.0 provides all the materials necessary to get children active at school while helping teachers meet state PE and HE standards, laws and policies.

BEPA 2.0 is NOT an “exercise program” designed to build strength, endurance, or physical skills. Although these things may occur as a result of using the kit, the primary goals of the kit are to increase children’s physical activity levels and help teachers meet HE and PE standards through classroom-based active games.