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Physical Education Lacrosse

It’s fun, it’s easy to teach and to learn, and it’s a great addition to your school’s physical education offerings.

Physical Education Lacrosse, also known as soft-stick lacrosse, is a co-ed version of lacrosse that utilizes modified equipment and rules, and is designed for youth to achieve quick success executing the basics skills of lacrosse (cradling, scooping, passing, catching, and shooting). The rules and modified equipment also require no additional protective equipment to learn and enjoy.

“Your students will thank you for bringing lacrosse into your PE classroom.”

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Free Curriculum

Teacher-friendly, easy-to-use co-ed curriculum designed for use with soft-lacrosse equipment in a safe, non-contact version the game. The curriculum provides age specific units plans, lesson plans, drills, games, educational handouts, cross-curricular activities and more. Aligns with national standards and was developed in partnership with the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE).

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How to Apply

Schools wishing to apply for a PE Grant, which includes plastic sticks and soft balls, must submit a Proposal Form in order to be eligible. Please follow the link below to learn more about the grant process and to submit an Interest Form that will keep you notified about evolving grant cycles and deadlines. PE Grants are reserved for physical education classes only.

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