View Poll Results: Weekly Poll: Do you use a curriculum for physical education?

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    If I did, it would be a silly exercise in fulfilling requirements just to check them off as fulfilled, that make no sense in the first place, outside of the context of public school. But P.E. is only once a week at my son's 4th/5th grade "middle school" so it would be actually quite difficult to do less physical activity, than that.
    Middle-aged mom of 4 kids spanning a 10-year age range, homeschooling since 2009, and a public school mom also, since 2017.

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    Our oldest does karate (2 to 4 times per week) plus races BMX in the spring through fall, as well as t-ball in the summer.

    Our youngest will start soccer soon. We don't follow a curriculum, we just keep them active.
    CJ (Mom)
    Bug: 8 years old
    Doodle: 4 years old

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Weekly Poll: Do you use a curriculum for physical education?