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Jeffrey Jacobs, 2013 Eastern District PE TOY Worcester Elementary School, Lansdale, PA Patty Kestell, 2013 National Elementary PE TOY Thorson Elementary School, Cedarburg, WI Sarah Lowell, 2013 Southern District PE TOY Cartoogechaye Elementary School, Franklin, NC Susan Sellers, 2013 Northwest District PE TOY Lynnwood Elementary School, Lynwood, WA
The goal of physical education is to develop physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity.
Has learned the skills necessary to participate in a variety of physical activities. Knows the implications and the benefits of involvement in various types of physical activities.
Participates regularly in physical activity. Is physically fit. Values physical activity and its contributions to a healthful lifestyle.
Patty Kestell, 2013 National Elementary PE TOY email@example.com@cedarburg.k12.wi.us Twitter: @pk_lv2teachpe Move Cube HRF Component/Muscles Warm Up Muscle Clue Fitness Quest QR Code Information iPad Apps for PE
Staff MemberSMRoomRMuscleM Custodian Art Room Bicep Art Teacher Music Room Tricep Principal Office Quadricep PE Teacher Classroom Hamstring Secretary IMC Pecs Music Teacher Computer Lab Abdominal Lunch Room Guidance Office Gym Muscle Clue Team _______________________________ Color (Circle) Yellow Purple Green Red Blue Orange An unidentified staff member completed a great workout throughout school and worked out almost all of the muscle groups, but forgot one! Can you figure out who the staff member was, what room they missed and what muscle group they forgot to work out?!?
Curl Up Variations…differentiate activities for your students! Curl ups Medicine Ball Twists Pilates 100’s
Student Assessment Tool Cardiorespiratory Endurance Muscular StrengthMuscular Endurance Flexibility Body Mass Index
Sample Student Assessment Questions 1.The maximum amount of force that a muscle can exert against resistance in a single effort is ________________ _________________. 2. _________________ __________________ is the ability to move the body at a moderate to vigorous pace for an extended period of time and helps the heart and lungs get stronger. 3. ________ is a number that is calculated according to a person's height and weight. Age and gender are also factored into children's and teenager's BMI. 4. Flexibility is the ability to move muscles easily throughout their _______________ of ________________. 5. Running, swimming, jump roping, and bicycling at a moderate to ______________ pace for an extended period of time can help you develop your ________________ endurance. 6. What is one activity that I could do to develop muscular endurance in my arms? ___________________ Legs? _____________________
http://www.qrstuff.com Qrafter/QR Reader/etc See convention handout for iPad App suggestions
Susan Sellers, 2013 Northwest District Elementary PE TOY firstname.lastname@example.org Math: 1.G.A.2 Math: 3.MD.B.3 Math: 5.G.A.2
Using jump ropes to "compose two- dimensional shapes". 1.G.A.2 Compose two-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape.
3.MD.B.3 Create a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories to solve one-and two-step problems. Using bean bags collected during a relay game, create a scale bar graph to represent a data set with several categories
5.G.A.2 Graphing points in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane, and interpret coordinate values of points in the context of the situation. Students collect data that will be used to create a graph in which heart rate is used to determine and compare the intensity level of 5 activities.
Jeff Jacobs, 2013 Eastern District Elementary PE TOY JJacobs@methacton.org Move It! Movement or exercise must be simplistic Movement the average person can perform
Variations: freestyle word wall collectively word wall individually Word Wall in the Worcester Elementary School Gym
The link provided by SHAPE America My website: www.tinyurl.com/JeffJacobsHPE
A Warm-up or Fitness Activity Each giant polyspot has a deck of cards and Queen of Hearts Exercise Chart setup
Song Length The Swimming Song0:36 Jumping Jacks0:12 Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes0:21 Cupid Shuffle0:15 YMCA0:09 Born to Run0:12 The Mack Chicken Dance0:18 These Boots are Made for Walkin’0:11 Jump My Jiggles Out0:10 Walk Like an Egyptian0:12 Kung Fu Fighting0:14 Chicken Fat (short version)0:31
The following activities are based on the Card Game “Spoons”
Practice the Challenge activity first! Use four groups (can use more) of 3-5 students Need at least 4 cards of the same suit for each group playing Specify passing to either the right or left One person from each group goes to the teacher and receives their group’s cards A very short period of time is given to organize the cards On “Pass!” One person from each group runs a card to the group on the right then sprints back to his/her group. Each time a card is passed, a different person must run it. When a group gets four cards of the same suit, they quickly complete the task then quietly sit around their giant polyspot. In the meantime, those groups who notice, immediately stop and perform the task trying not to be the last one finished. When finished the task, each group sits by their cards. The first group seated around their giant polyspot finishes first.
Rhyming Relates to the K-5 Phonics and Word Recognition anchors under Reading: Foundation Skills. Same as “Spoons” but must have three rhyming words. The rhyming word cards will form a picture when side by side.
3 Letter Words Relates to the K-4 Language Vocabulary Acquisition and Use anchors under Language. Objective: Students must create a preset number of 3 letter words. Each group gets a small white board, markers, a “vowel” chart and 4 bean bags with consonants. Using the beans bags and the chart, create 10 three letter words before beginning the challenge activity.