RESOURCE GUIDES

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The Active Start guide introduces physical literacy and fundamental movement skills (Kicking, running, throwing, balance, etc.) through structured and unstructured play. Your youngest/lower functioning students will benefit from play-based activities that teach basic skills.

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The FUNdamentals program guide provides a platform for building sport specifics skills in a non-competitive environment. It incorporates learning about sport-specific skills without introducing the dynamics of how the works in a competitive environment. The focus is still on fun and inclusion.

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The Youth Multi-Sport guide breaks down each sport into 9 weeks of lesson plans working from an introduction to each sport to a complete game setting. This guide acts as a great lead-in to our Secondary & Intermediate programs for educators looking to prepare students for competition opportunities.

UNIFIED PHYSICAL EDUCATION

ABOUT UNIFIED PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Unified Physical Education (UPE) is a pilot program currently being run at both the elementary and secondary levels. Unified Physical Education is a credited phys-ed class involving students with and without a disability, that participate together to reach their full potential through athletics, games, leadership and teamwork.

The purpose of this course is not to promote 'tokenism' or to see 'hand holding' but to see each individual reach their potential. This is not meant to further entrench ideas of education segregation between students with Intellectual Disabilities and students without Intellectual Disabilities but rather to dispel the notion that that is necessary.

Unified Physical Education will be a HUGE step forward for your school. UPE will promote not only an inclusive environment around physical activity and sport but a broader inclusive culture that permeates the hallways and classrooms as well.

Please let us know if you are interested in learning more!

LEADERSHIP PROJECT


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HOSTING PACKAGES & GUIDELINES


If your school is interested in hosting an elementary or secondary program, we have hosting guides that will help foster a great event! With the support of Special Olympics Ontario, we welcome you to show off your school and spirit by hosting one of our events. This is a great opportunity for a leadership or phys-ed class, or for a group of students in your school to get involved.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

About any of the above programs, please contact: School Programs Team


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