These days, school can be very difficult for children especially with the high standards and expectations they are required to stand up to. The concept of integrated curriculum has been around since the 19th century and it is once again being focused on for educational change.1 While many school districts are putting Physical Education (PE) on the chopping block there may be a better solution. Besides the benefits of the physical exercise and promotion of fitness that PE classes strive for, there is also another aspect that can be focused on. Integration of core curriculum classes such as Math, Science, English, and Social Studies allows students to continue to master the concepts while participating in their PE class. This requires both the participation of the PE teacher as well as the core curriculum teacher. With both teachers teaming up together, the benefits are endless.