At my former school we had a PE curriculum night and we usually did games or activities that the students really responded to in class; we encouraged the students to show their parents how to play. We also had the students challenge their parents to take some of the FitnessGram tests with them (they LOVED the PACER). If you're trying for something different than what you usually do in class, maybe try to find something that they can play together at home and teach them at the "Let's Move Night".
Thank you Shannon!
Our PE nights usually include some interactive activities outside the gym. Stethoscopes to listen to your heart, healthy food choices to try, sugar in soda demonstrations.. Then in the gym I have lots of different activities happening. At one area children can teach their parents to juggle. One area we have a game similar to team handball being played. Parent and child join others making a team of four. Teams rotate into the game every few minutes. I have done the same with floor hockey, just setting up a "rink" with folded mats. The climbing rope, stilts, jumping patterns on the floor, our traverse wall is open, long jump rope and single rope....I try to have as many different choices as my gym can accommodate. At each activity I have a poster showing the standard and expected student outcome. Not only is it a fun opportunity for students to show their skills and have their parents join in, but also it advocates for our profession.