PE teachers need new tools. Authentic assessments can help.


All quality physical education teaching is driven by assessment. The more you know about your child’s abilities, the easier it will be to decide what to teach!

Standardized vs Authentic

Standardized assessments - If you have conducted standardized assessments,
then you know the data collected can be meaningful. However, these assessments often require specialized training, can be time consuming, and costly.

Assessment drives teaching.  Knowing your students present level of performance helps determine what to teach. Authentic assessment allows data collection on ALL kids.

Authentic assessments – Authentic assessments can be used anywhere, all the time! Authentic assessments are designed to measure a child’s ability during gameplay and throughout a child’s natural environment.

Luckily, authentic assessments of motor skills can be done at any time, and, thanks to Fit and Fun Playscapes, they are easy to set up to begin gathering data. Also, they are very affordable.

That’s why Fit and Fun Playscapes invented the Fun2MOOV!™ Locomotor Skills Assessment System.


PE Teachers Love



To kids, they're fun. To P.E. teachers, they are a new system for highly accurate locomotor assessment.

The Fun2MOOV!™ system can be used anytime, anywhere, and as often as you’d like. Fun2MOOV!™ assessments were developed and tested with the help of physical educators and their students. The assessments include an easy-to-follow teaching guide, a fundamental locomotor skills checklist, and six (6) portable Roll-Out Activities®.




1 - Six locomotor skill Roll-Out Activities®

Six Roll-Out Activities® focusing on an “authentic” assessment of seven (7) locomotor skills (run, jump, hop, skip/gallop, slide, leap). Each is approximately 4.5 wide x 11 feet long.


Fun2MOOV RollOuts

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2 - The Fun2MOOV!™ system Teaching Guide

A step-by-step guide will be emailed to you (PDF) so you can print off as many assessment sheets as you need.


Fun2MOOV Teaching Assessment Guide

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3 - Access to the pros

You'll have access to experts like Timothy D. Davis, Ph.D., CAPE, Director of the Sensory Integration/Motor Sensory (SIMS) Movement Center at SUNY Cortland. 

Email us to set up an appointment or ask a question.

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Alexis Abdo Davis Fun2MOOV Testimonial

How to use the Fun2MOOV!™ Locomotor Skills Assessment system:

• You can match locomotor skills to the unit you are currently teaching.

• Provide ample movement space between stations.

• Prepare the checklist using your class roster.

• Position yourself so that you can easily observe selected stations and record data on the checklist.

• Over time, you will gather data on each of your student's abilities and progress.

• We recommend you assess your student’s ability at least quarterly. However, you can reassess and observe your students as often as you like.

• Keeping data on your students’ ability will inform and enhance your curriculum decisions.


✔️ Easy to use

✔️ Easy to clean up after each session - just use a damp cloth

✔️ Fun2MOOV!™ assessments were developed and tested with the help of physical educators and their students 💪

✔️ Authentic assessment is an evidence-based approach

✔️ Kids love them ❤️