• K-1

    Course Description:
     

    The Physical Education curriculum incorporates the growth and nurturing of healthy life styles through the development motor, perception, and athletic skills. The physical education curriculum is executed through a 30 minute developmentally appropriate lesson using guided practice, skill application, and healthy living strategies.
     

    Course Objectives:
     

    Promote safety while participating in physical activity.
    Identify reasons for safe and controlled movements.
    Demonstrate safety through proper care of equipment and space available.
    Promote fair play and sportsmanship.
    Recognize that physical education is a component of healthy living.
    Accept the feelings resulting from success and failures in physical activity.
    Participate in appropriate physical fitness exercise and activities.
    Improve strength, endurance, speed, flexibility, and cardio-vascular endurance during
    physical fitness activities.
    List 3 changes to the body during moderate physical activity.
    Perform basic motor, locomotor, and non-locomotor skills.
    Demonstrate fundamentals of basic throwing, catching, striking, kicking, and bouncing.
    Improve spatial awareness during movement.
    Participate in a variety of appropriate activities using locomotor, non-locomotion, and
    manipulation of various objects in a variety of skills.
    Improve stunts, gymnastic, and tumbling skills.
    Participate in lifetime and recreational activities.
    Understand roles as leaders and followers, cooperation and sharing.
    Use proper vocabulary for the concepts of physical skills.
    Describe the differences between team sports and individual sports.
    Participate in lifetime activities.
    Recognize that physical education is a component of healthy living
     

    Assessments:
     

    Class Participation
    Demonstrations
    Group Work
    Performance Tasks
    Plays
    Standardized Tests
    Student Self Evaluation

     

    Materials:
     

    Dynamic PE for Elementary Children, Dauer, et al, Burgess,Parker, Parker, 1979
    What are we doing in gym today? by Fillman & Toner-Parker-1983
    Elementary Teacher Handbook by Kameya-Parker-1985
     

    2 nd Grade

    Course Description:
     

    The Physical Education curriculum incorporates the growth and nurturing of healthy life styles through the development motor, perception, and athletic skills. The physical education curriculum is executed through a 30 minute developmentally appropriate lesson using guided practice, skill application, and healthy living strategies.
     

    Course Objectives:
     

    Demonstrate safe procedures while participating in physical education.
    Demonstrate sportsmanshIp and ways to avoid confict.
    List ways to deal with emergency situations in the classroom.
    Demonstrate proper use of equipment.
    Recognize that physical education is a component of healthy living.
    Actively participate in physical fitness, exercise, and activities.
    List the five areas of physical fitness.
    Demonstrate activities designed to improve and maintain physical fitness.
    Recognize the benefits of warm-up activities.
    Improve motor, locomotor, and non-locomotor skills.
    Travel change speed and directions in response to rhythms and activities.
    Chase, flee, dodge, and catch others in activities.
    Improve eye hand and eye foot coordiantion.
    Participate in activities that are appropriate to enhance abilities in skills, lifetime activities, and recreational activities.
    Perform basic balance and coordination skills in activities.
    Demonstrate a knowledge of body awareness and the body's relationship to space with
    one's own body.
    Identify major body parts.
    Demonstrate proper body mechanics for individual skills related to sports.
    Perform in activities with a partner, small groups, whole class, and individually and
    promote all levels of participation in sports skills, lifetime games, and recreation.
    Except the feelings resulting from challenges, success, and failures in physical activity.
     

    Assessments:
     

    Class Participation
    Demonstrations
    Group Work
    Performance Tasks
    Plays
    Standardized Tests
    Student Self Evaluation

     

    Materials:
     

    Dynamic PE for Elementary Children, Dauer, et al, Burgess,Parker, Parker, 1979
    What are we doing in gym today? by Fillman & Toner-Parker-1983
    Elementary Teacher Handbook by Kameya-Parker-1985
     



    3rd Grade

    Course Description:
     

    The Physical Education curriculum incorporates the growth and nurturing of healthy life styles through the development motor, perception, and athletic skills. The physical education curriculum is executed through a 30 minute developmentally appropriate lesson using guided practice, skill application, and healthy living strategies.
     

    Course Objectives:
     

    Show a positive attitude and a willingness to participate in activities and games.
    Select and maintain equipment so that activities are safe.
    Demonstrate sportsmanship.
    Identify potential risk associated with physical activities.
    Recognize the social aspect of games, sports, and physical activity.
    Appreciate differences and similarities of other students.
    Describe healthful benefits that result from regular participation in physical education.
    Correctly demonstrate activities designed to improve and maintain physical fitness
    components.
    Support, lift, and control body weight in a variety of physical fitness activities.
    Explore general space through movement exploration activities and games.
    Participate in various games, sports, and lifetime activities based on individual capabilities.
    List opportunities in the school and community for regular participation in physical active activities.
    Demonstrate proficiency in fundamental skills related to sports.
    Balance with control, various objects while moving and standing.
    Improved gymnastics skills.
    Performed stunts and agility activities.
    Improved games strategies in various sports.
    Improved eye hand and eye foot coordination.
    Participate in a variety of manipulative activities.
    Display proper etiquette and demonstrate ways to resolve problems.
     

    Assessments:
     

    Class Participation
    Demonstrations
    Group Work
    Performance Tasks
    Plays
    Standardized Tests
    Student Self Evaluation

     

    Materials:
     

    Dynamic PE for Elementary Children, Dauer, et al, Burgess,Parker, Parker, 1979
    What are we doing in gym today? by Fillman & Toner-Parker-1983
    Elementary Teacher Handbook by Kameya-Parker-1985
     

    4thGrade

    Course Description:
     

    The Physical Education curriculum incorporates the growth and nurturing of healthy life styles through the development motor, perception, and athletic skills. The physical education curriculum is executed through a 30 minute developmentally appropriate lesson using guided practice, skill application, and healthy living strategies.
     

    Assessments:
     

    Class Participation
    Demonstrations
    Group Work
    Performance Tasks
    Plays
    Standardized Tests
    Student Self Evaluation

     

    Materials:
     

    Dynamic PE for Elementary Children, Dauer, et al, Burgess,Parker, Parker, 1979
    What are we doing in gym today? by Fillman & Toner-Parker-1983
    Elementary Teacher Handbook by Kameya-Parker-1985
     

    5thGrade

    Course Description:
     

    The Physical Education curriculum incorporates the growth and nurturing of healthy life styles through the development motor, perception, and athletic skills. The physical education curriculum is executed through a 30 minute developmentally appropriate lesson using guided practice, skill application, and healthy living strategies.
     

    Course Objectives:
     

    Develop awareness for the need to play safely and use equipment in a safe manner.
    Develop an awareness that inappropriate actions can resolve in injury to oneself and
    others.
    Show a willingness to participate in various activities with enthusiasm.
    Demonstrate an awareness of good sportsmanship and need for fair play in games and
    activities.
    Develop the basic awareness of the importance of teamwork and working within a team or group effectively.
    Demonstrate an awareness of the importance of game or activity rules in both direct and non-directed activities.
    Jump and land for height and distance using mature motor patterns.
    Improve skills in kicking, striking, throwing, and catching.
    Demonstrate proficiency in locomotor and non-locomotor activities.
    Develop patterns and combinations of movements into repeatable sequences.
    Demonstrate motor skills for lead up sports and activities.
    Demonstrate fundamental skills of individual and team sports.
    Learn rules, basic offensive and defensive skills of games and sports.
    Recognize the benefits of recreational activity as a component of a healthy lifestyle.
    Participate in various team, individual, and lifetime sports.
    Understand factors affecting performance and the participation of sports.
    Participate in different roles as team members, leaders, and followers.
    Increase vocabulary during game strategies and sports.
    List the affects of basic physics as applied to sports.
    Recognize the value of practice for skill improvements.
     

    Assessments:
     

    Class Participation
    Demonstrations
    Group Work
    Performance Tasks
    Plays
    Standardized Tests
    Student Self Evaluation

     

    Materials:
     

    Dynamic PE for Elementary Children, Dauer, et al, Burgess,Parker, Parker, 1979
    What are we doing in gym today? by Fillman & Toner-Parker-1983
    Elementary Teacher Handbook by Kameya-Parker-1985
     

    6th Grade

    Course Description:
     

    The Physical Education curriculum incorporates the growth and nurturing of healthy life styles through the development motor, perception, and athletic skills. The physical education curriculum is executed through a 30 minute developmentally appropriate lesson using guided practice, skill application, and healthy living strategies.
     

    Course Objectives:
     

    Develop awareness for the need to play safely and use sports equipment in a safe
    manner.
    Develop an awareness that inappropriate actions can result in harm to oneself and others.
    Show a willingness to participate in various activities with enthusiasm.
    Demonstrate an understanding of sportsmanship and the need for fair play in games and activities.
    Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of game rules in both directed and non directed activities.
    Demonstrate an understanding of the feelings of others and the importance of being
    supportive of teammates.
    Understand the benefits and methods of achieving cardiovascular fitness.
    Understand the benefits and methods of achieving overall body muscular fitness.
    Recognize the benefits of warm-up exercises prior to and after physical activity.
    Participate in a lifetime sport and cooperative activities.
    Demonstrate motor skills for sports and games.
    Learn rules, and basic strategy of sports and games.
    Recognize the benefits of recreational activities as a component of a healthy lifestyle.
    List two ways to monitor heart rate.
    Describe ways to improve the five areas of physical fitness.
    Describe factors that affect children's physical activity and performance as it relates to
    sports and activities.
    Develop patterns and combinations of movements into repeatable sequences.
    Demonstrate proper mechanics while participating in various activities.
    List specific cues related to various sporting activities.
    Related skills and sports to basic laws of nature.
     

    Assessments:
     

    Class Participation
    Demonstrations
    Group Work
    Performance Tasks
    Plays
    Standardized Tests
    Student Self Evaluation

     

    Materials:
     

    Dynamic PE for Elementary Children, Dauer, et al, Burgess,Parker, Parker, 1979
    What are we doing in gym today? by Fillman & Toner-Parker-1983
    Elementary Teacher Handbook by Kameya-Parker-1985