This book serves as a guide to including students with disabilities in general physical education programs. It offers methods that are neither time consuming nor high cost that can be easily used by educators and schools. It provides multiple examples of adaptations, and is written to span from pre-school through secondary school - it is highly practical, because it covers all age groups and helps determine the appropriate transitions and adaptations needed for each group. Its accessibility; its many examples, diagrams, and forms; and the ease of incorporating its ideas into a standard curriculum make it an appealing resource for educators. This edition includes two new chapters on including students in community recreation programs and considering multicultural issues in physical education.