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1 Parachute and Bowling Activities By Gary Palmer & Bryan Beverage

2 Cooperative Skills for the Parachute WV CSO’s PE.3.1.1throw an object in an underhand and overhand method. PE.3.1.2catch a moving object. PE.3.1.3dribble a ball with hands from a stationary position PE.3.1.5demonstrate directional movements of clockwise and counterclockwise PE.3.1.7perform rhythmic sequences using equipment. PE.3.1.8continuously strike an object (e.g., balloon with hand, ball with foot).

3 Cooperative Skills for the Parachute WV CSO’s Continued PE.4.1.7perform simple sequences in time to music. PE.4.2.1demonstrate critical elements or components for the kick, catch, throw, dribble with hands, and jumping/landing. PE.4.2.4use appropriate practice to improve performance. PE.4.5.3work cooperatively and productively with a partner or small group.

4 NASPE Standards Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.

5 Objectives SWBAT work in a small group cooperatively to perform simple parachute skills in sequence to music. SWBAT use practice time to demonstrate and improve catching and throwing skills will utilizing a parachute.

6 Warm-up Exercise Activities Toe toucher Curl-up V-Sit Backward Pull Scooter Elevator Push ups Running in place

7 Lesson focus Perform simple parachute skills in sequence to music while working cooperatively Examples of Parachute Skills Running, hoping, skipping in circles with parachute Ripples with parachute Dome with parachute Mushroom Mushroom release

8 Closing Activity Ideals for the Parachute Team Ball Poison Snake Popcorn Variations of Popcorn Circular Dribble Chute crawl Routines to Music

9 Assessment Tools Observational checklist for locomotor skills Scoring Rubric for catching or throwing

10 Example of Observational Checklist of Locomotor Skills

11 Example of Scoring Rubric for Catching Skills Stage 1- Arms held out and ball trapped against body Stage 2- Anticipatory movement made to catch ball Stage 3- contact is made with the hands first Stage 4- Catches with the hands and absorbs the force of the ball Students Andrew Bobby Josh Doug

12 Ideals for Inclusion Use different locomotor skills Partner the children up that have disabilities so everyone can participate. Use bright colored balls or bigger balls such as beach balls.

13 Bowling CSO’s PE.2.1.4combine balance, transfer of weight, and rolling movements in a repeatable sequence PE.3.1.1throw an object in an underhand and overhand method. PE.3.2.2use specific feedback to improve performance PE.4.1.4combine traveling, balancing, and rolling actions with a change in level, direction or speed

14 NASPE Standards Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.

15 Bowling Intro Important to remember- –Young children should just practice informal rolling –Actual bowling skills should come at a later age

16 What can you do? If you don’t have a complete bowling alley at your disposal, there are many equipment variations that can be used Balls Hard Rubber Roam Volleyball Soccer Ball Pins Actual Pins Cones Milk Cartons People

17 What to teach The 4-step approach is the accepted method to teach –1. Feet together, ball held in both hands in front of body –2. Step with left foot, allow ball to swing down alongside leg one way to the backswing –3. Step with right foot, ball reaches height of backswing –4. Step with left foot and bowl ball forward

18 Activities Bowling one step Got Milk? Doing the Laundry Through The Chute Pick a Partner

19 Assessment Self Assessment Skills Rubric

20 NameGripStepsRelease Bobby Josh Doug

21 Inclusion Tips Bigger Balls Partner Activities Brighter Balls Larger Targets Bumper Bowling

22 Resources Used Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children by Robert P. Pangrazi PE Central rchResults.asp rchResults.asp


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