Due to the fact that Austrian competitors at the Summer Olympic Games in London in 2012 could not win one single medal there started an intense discussion about school sports. This was the reason why the BSO started a petition for an introduction of a daily noun at kindergartens, primary schools and all other types of school (cf. www.turnstunde.at). The current paper is about arguments respectively opportunities for the implementation of daily movement times at schools.Currently, reality at schools is very far away from a daily noun. Due to cutbacks, specific definings of schools and eliminations of (blocked) nouns Physical Education seems to be not very important in many Austrian schools. Furthermore, the quality in school sports often suffers from being taught by inexperienced teachers with restricted competencies. The demand for more nouns is not only a modern phenomenon. Already in the 19th century there were efforts to expand Physical Education. There are many reasons at different levels for more nouns: Physical activity among other things has positive effects on pupils? health, learning ability or social skills. Of course, the implementation of a daily noun is a huge challenge for personal, financial and spatial resources of schools. Because of the diverse allocation of resources to different schools, there are many strategies to realize an implementation: Beside the daily noun in its pure form, there is the opportunity to link up nouns with ideas of a school on the move to gain more Physical activity in schools. In the context of various projects, for example at primary school Waltendorf in Graz, there are some schools, which already realized daily nouns. This quantitative increase of school sports is very popular for both the children and the teachers.