An excellent article that turns common core subjects, such as math, into doable physical activities. If you don't have tons of them already, this resource should spark some ideas about how to use P.E. or movement to your advantage in the classroom.
More evidence that gives details about the positive correlation between math and movement. Although the suggested activities are for a younger audience, they are flexible enough to be adjusted to an older audience. Simply replace the addition and subtraction activities with multiplication and division.
I had problems before seeing this video of children playing a math game titled, I Have Problems. It's proved to be a very helpful resource for educators who need to see P.E./math integration put into practice.