This qualitative case study examined the process for including students with disabilities in elementary physical education settings. Specifically, effective teaching skills, environmental factors, and differences between an experienced and a novice elementary physical education teacher as they pertain to the process of inclusion were examined. Data analysis yielded the follwing themes: attitude, preperation, trust, teaching effectiveness, and administrative support. Clear differences were evident when comparing the veteran elementary physical education teacher to the novice elementary physical education teacher. The findings from this study highlight the need for further examination of efective teaching practices designed to foster the inlcusion of students with disabilities in general physical education classes.