Resources by Subject → Health and Physical Education

Share My Lesson

Find the right resources & lessons by education level.
When you get into a classroom where the teacher didn’t leave a lesson plan, then you may pull out one of the lesson plans from this website!

Share My Lesson

OPHEA

This website has the most unto date unit and lesson plans to meet the needs of today’s students using the most recent update of the PHE curriculum. Your school board should have an access code.

OPHEA

Teaching games for Understanding

This method is used to teach the skills required in multiple sports disciplines through fun games rather than formal sport.

Teaching Games for Understanding

The Ontario Curriculum: Elementary

Here you’ll find curriculum documents spanning Kindergarten to Grade 8. The achievement charts provide guidelines for assessing students’ work.

The Ontario Curriculum: Elementary

Kids Health

This site offers free health resources for teachers grades K-12, as well as for parents and children. There are detailed lesson ideas, information, activities and printables. It is U.S. based site but the information provided directly relates to Ontario curriculum.

Kids Health

Teach Nutrition

Created by registered dietitians for Ontario teachers, this website offers nutrition education to help children learn about healthy eating. Grade level appropriate information and activities.

Teach Nutrition

Primary Physical Education Games

Kindergarten to Grade 2 Physical Education Lesson Plans for various skills such as dribbling, throwing, catching, and more.

Primary Physical Education Games

Inspire Financial Learning

Inspire Financial Learning (IFL) equips teachers, students, parents and guardians with unbiased, independent and effective tools and strategies to help them navigate the complex world of finances and also supports them in making responsible financial choices. Many lessons to choose from sorted by grade, subject, and resource. The IFL program is supported by the Ontario Teachers’ Federation.

Inspire Financial Learning

No Gym, No Field, No Problem!

Don’t have access to your gym or field for class today? Here are a few great activity ideas for the days where the gym and field at your school are being used by other classes.

No Gym, No Field, No Problem!

Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide – First Nations, Inuit and Métis 2007

This food guide is tailored to reflect traditions and food choices of First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and is a complement to the 2007 Canada’s Food Guide. It recognizes the importance of traditional and store-bought foods for First Nations, Inuit and Métis today.

Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide – First Nations, Inuit and Métis 2007