Elizabeth Green Wellness Page

Fit Body Fit Mind

Together We Can!

As the students learn about fitness in class, it is important for them to understand that it is not enough to just be active in Wellness, but being active is an everyday choice. The links below are provided to help you help your child improve on the physical fitness tests. When you practice these at home with your child, you are reinforcing the importance of being physically active at home. Together we can help your child pass all 4 of the state fitness tests, increase self-confidence, and help promote lifelong healthy habits.

Fitness Information: Click on the buttons below to see videos of the correct form and to hear audio for the state fitness tests.


PACER Tutorial

The PACER Test (Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run) is an alternative assessment to the Mile run. It measures Aerobic Capacity.


Push-Ups Tutorial

This test measures Muscle Strength.


Curl-Ups Tutorial

This test measures Muscle Endurance.

Sit and Reach

Sit and Reach Tutorial

This test measures Muscle Flexibility.

How can I stay active this season?



Your Muscles You have more than 600 muscles in your body! They do everything from pumping blood throughout your body to helping you lifting your heavy backpack. Find out more.

Heart & Circulatory System

Your heart is a hard-working muscle. Find out more in this article for kids.

Lungs & Respiratory System

What's something kids are doing all day, every day? Breathing! Your lungs are large and in charge of breathing, so read all about them in this article.

Nutritional Information

Today more than ever, it is important that students know the difference between healthy and less healthy food and drink choices. Below are some of the items that can help us all with understanding the vast world of nutrition.

Healthy Eating Games


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