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Physical Education

Singles or Doubles Anyone?

Stay active this winter with our 30-Love Tennis Kit! APH’s 30-Love Tennis Kit allows for indoor, competitive, family fun. Playing...

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Ski the Winter Blues Away

Photo from Move United Sport Winter Sports Camps Updated January 4th, 2021. When someone mentions the fun times they had...

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Fit at Home

Are you looking for a fun new way to stay active? Maybe you’re stuck in a rut, doing the same...

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Perkins & APH Partner on New Phys Ed. E-Book in Spanish for Latin America

Lavelle Fund for the Blind Grant Establishes New Collaboration between American Printing House for the Blind and the Perkins School...

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Five Thousand Miles. One Month. Four Million Children Who Are Visually Impaired.

Photo Credit: Northwest Association for Blind Athletes, Camp Spark Program Vinicious (Vinny) tosses a ball and listens for it to...

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Sock Sort Relay

Skills to work on for this lesson: Gross Motor Fine Motor O&M Math (comparing size, length, and numbers) PE Get...

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Summer Sports Camps

Photo Credit: Northwest Association for Blind Athletes, Camp Spark Program Fresh air as you paddle across the lake. Adrenaline as...

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Playing Tennis in the Dark

Looking for a way to stay active, during the cold winter months? Try tennis! Tennis is non-impact, provides great cardio,...

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The Importance of Sports Camps for Youth who are Blind or Visually Impaired

When someone first told Marla Runyan about the lack of sports opportunities for children with visual impairments, she didn’t believe...

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Winter Camps Help Kids Stay Active Year-Round

Staying active year-round can be difficult, especially in the winter months when the weather is inclement and traditional means of...

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NEW PRODUCT: Health Education for Students With Visual Impairments

APH is excited to release Health Education for Students With Visual Impairments: A Guidebook for Teachers. The book draws on...

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APH Physical Education: Leading a Healthy Life

Our physical education website provides families, educators, and people who are blind or visually impaired with information about specialized APH...

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Angela’s Story: Running

by Angela Theriault I am deaf and have Usher syndrome and am currently the director of the Deafblind Service Center...

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Kevin’s Story: Speed Skating

A deafblind speed skater skates as fast as he can to his dream. by Kevin Frost Like every little boy...

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Maricar’s Story: Running

by Maricar Marquez My first triathlon was the Seacrest-TOBAY Triathlon in Oyster Bay, New York. It consisted of three events:...

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