Home School

Health and P.E. for Home School Students

HealthWorks! offers Health and P.E. classes for home schooled students in Kindergarten-8th grades.
Sessions  are aligned to cover new concepts each week with educational classroom content and
physical activities adjusted to appropriately challenge each grade level.

Daily Journal Article: HealthWorks! offers Health and Physical Education for Home School Families!

Who: K-8th grade home-school students

When: Mondays, Twice per month

Time:  10:00 – 11:50 a.m.

Cost: $12 per child per class

For HW! members: $7 per child per class

Register early for the whole semester and get one class FREE!


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What to Expect at Health & P.E. Classes

When students arrive at HealthWorks!, they will check-in with Ms. Kim, the Educator, in the
\front lobby and get a name tag. Parents may pay for the week’s session at the front desk if needed.
The kids will be directed to the Funtastic Floor to play before class gets started!

Shortly after 10:00, Kim will gather the students in Learning Lab 1 for a fun and interactive
lesson on that week’s topic! Students are encouraged to participate and be involved in each class.

After the lesson, students head into the Zoom Room for P.E.! Kids will participate in fun
physical challenges that relate back to the health lesson they just completed.

Parents are welcomed to stay for Health and P.E., however most parents drop their children off and return at 11:45.
Parents will need to sign their child out at the Health Hut on the Funtastic Floor before leaving.
Kids and parents may stay and play on the Funtastic Floor when Health and P.E. is over!

Pre- K

Do you have little ones younger than Kindergarten age? Hip Hoppers is a great program for them!
Hip Hoppers is a story and activity time for the preschoolers with their grown-up that runs concurrently
with the health program.  The Hip Hoppers program does not follow the Home School Syllabus
but covers health and developmental lessons and activities for toddlers and preschool children.
For more information click here.

Continue the Learning at Home

HeatlhWorks! provides parents with materials that support and reinforce the lessons learned in Health and Physical Education.
Suggestions for additional at-home work and activities will be given weekly.

Call (662) 377-5437 to register!