Socially-distanced learning and remote delivery of content have become the norm this school year, bringing new challenges to teachers and students. One of these challenges is being able to safely and effectively have students engage in physical activity. This page seeks to provide some guidance on how to deliver BEPA 2.0 activities in a socially-distanced classroom and online through virtual classroom platforms.
BEPA 2.0 Activity Table
Explore which BEPA 2.0 activities are easily adaptable for use in a socially-distanced classroom setting or for use in remote learning environments.
The two documents below provide step-by-step guidance for delivering BEPA 2.0 activities through a virtual classroom platform based on the experience and feedback of teachers who have been delivering BEPA 2.0 remotely. A brief one-pager and a long, detailed version are available.
Some schools never fully transitioned to a remote environment, or perhaps they are beginning the transition back to classroom-based instruction. When delivering activities in person, it is important to keep in mind proper social distancing recommendations. See our Modified Recess One-Pager for general step-by-step guidance on the delivery of in-person BEPA 2.0 activities.
The activities below have been modified to be used as warm-up activities or recess games at in-person recesses.