Ted Murray

Although there is widespread agreement on the need for physical education and sports in almost all countries across the world, in reality there are tremendous disparities in how various countries actually implement sports and physical education programmes in schools. I have been fortunate to have lived in a number of countries - in addition to my native USA - and would like to share some of my observations as to how physical education is approached in a number of countries.

Zen Pencils is a website with "cartoon quotes from inspirational folks" launched by Gavin Aung Than, a freelance cartoonist. Rajkishore shares with us a cartoon from Zen Pencils which has adapted Sir Ken Robinson's inspirational quotes into a comic story.

Click on the following:  Sir Ken Robinson - Full Body Education


Humans are animals too! Don't agree? Read this story written by Madhav Chavan and Meera Tendolkar to find out more.

Timmy and her puppy, Pepe talk to each other. Read about their conversation in this story written by Madhav Chavan and Manisha Vengurlekar and illustrated by Santosh Pujari.

Learn about the different parts of your body through this story, written by Pankaj Chaturvedi and illustrated by Ajit Narayan.

Each of us has a wonderful body. But have you ever listened to what it tells you? This story is written by Noni, and illustrated by Angie and Upesh.

While teaching her students about vitamins and minerals, M. Sandacoumary came up with the idea of a game on the topic.

This set of 11 worksheets has been designed to help students with concepts like my self, my family, my body, my emotions, and my house.

A simple worksheet that enables students to connect the names with the parts and the functions of the human digestive system.

This presentation is intended to serve as a model for teachers to develop better lesson plans when dealing with the topic of nutrition and the components of food.


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