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1 Physical Development Foundations and Framework Volume 2 Active Physical Play 1 Updated Nov-11

2 Strand: Active Physical Play Acknowledgement This presentation is based on a presentation given by Dr. Clersida Garcia on February 9, 2011 to CPIN on behalf of the California Department of Education, Child Development Division. CPIN would like to thank Dr. Garcia for her invaluable work as a co-writer and presenter on the physical development chapters of the California Preschool Learning Foundations, Volume 2 and California Preschool Curriculum Framework, Volume 2. Dr. Clersida Garcia, Professor Director of Motor Development Research Laboratory Northern Illinois University Expanded Research Consortia Expert in Physical Development Master Trainer of the Head Start Body Start National Center for Physical Development and Outdoor Play 2 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

3 Public Service Announcement Show the three new federal public service announcements about the importance of physical development and childhood obesity prevention, the Lets Move campaign. Below is one example: Get up and Play featuring Shrek 3 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

4 Lets Move! Freeze Dance!! Stand up from your seat and make sure there is plenty of room to move around. Dance when you hear the music. Freeze when the music stops! 4 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

5 Guiding Principles to Support Physical Development 1.Developmentally appropriate movement programs accommodate a variety of individual difference among children. 2.Children often learn best through maximum active participation. 3.The physical safety of childrens play environments should be of paramount importance at all times. 4.Family members working as partners with teachers are key to enriching the physical development of children. 5.Inclusion of children with special needs is beneficial to all and promotes greater understanding and respect for diversity. 6.Children are multisensory learners with unique learning styles. 7.To maximize teaching effectiveness, movement skill learning should first focus on how children are moving with their bodies. 5 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

6 Guiding Principles to Support Physical Development 8.Children generally learn new movement skills more easily when they can focus on one specific aspect of the skill at a time. 9.Children benefit from ample opportunities to practice new physical skills. 10.Children benefit form integrated learning activities across the curriculum. 11.Frequency, intensity, type, and duration are the four key parameters to designing activity physical play to enhance childrens fitness and health. 12.Physical skills are more easily learned when clear instructions and appropriate feedback are provided in childrens home language using familiar communication methods. 6 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

7 Public Service Announcement Have one person at the table get a Guiding Principle from facilitator (Preschool Curriculum Framework, Volume 2, Guiding Principle, pp. 2-5) Create a 60-second public service announcement along with a poster to convey the key points of your guiding principle Be ready to present your public service announcement to the group REMEMBERTime is money! Keep your announcement to 60-seconds and no more. 7 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

8 Active Physical Play Substrands 8 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) 1.0 Active Participation 2.0 Cardiovascular Endurance 3.0 Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility

9 Essential to the optimal development and overall health of young children Prepares the brain for learning Active Physical Play © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) 9

10 Physical activity infused throughout the preschool day promotes childrens ability to attend, be ready to learn, and regulate their emotional responses Enhances the foundations of physical development Active Physical Play © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) 10

11 Active Physical Play Substrands 11 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) 1.0 Active Participation 2.0 Cardiovascular Endurance 3.0 Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility

12 12 What It Might Look Like…

13 Practical Activity Horses and Buggies With a partner, grab a jump rope. Have one person in front and the other behind holding jump rope around front persons waist. Listen to the leader for directions as you move around the room. (Walk, trot, gallop, and WHOA!!!) 13 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

14 Substrand 1.0: Active Participation Competences at 48 and 60 Months 14 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

15 Substrand Picture Match Find the picture that best matches the Active Participation substrand card. 15 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

16 Interactions and Strategies to Support the Development of Active Participation Provide ample opportunities for children to engage daily in active play. Remember that young childrens physical activity patterns are intermittent. 16 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

17 Create activities and environments that invite children to be physically active. Make them aware of their bodys physiological changes. Interactions and Strategies to Support the Development of Active Participation 17 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

18 Active Physical Play 1.0 Active Participation 2.0 Cardiovascular Endurance 3.0 Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility Substrands 18 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

19 What It Might Look Like… 19

20 Practical Activities Zoo-mers parade Find a treasure (different leaves, colors, shapes, stones and sticks) to create projects The Fairy Godmother game Trees and squirrels 20 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Networks (CPIN) © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

21 Substrand 2.0 Cardiovascular Endurance Concepts at 48 and 60 Months 21 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

22 Substrand Picture Match Find the picture that best matches the Cardio Vascular Endurance substrand card. Each picture can only be used once. 22 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

23 Engage children of all ability levels in activities that promote increased cardiovascular endurance. Promote cardiovascular endurance through chasing and fleeing activities. Interactions and Strategies to Support the Development of Cardiovascular Endurance 23 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

24 Provide positive encouragement for participation. Recognize effort. Provide story play. 24 Interactions and Strategies to Support the Development of Cardiovascular Endurance

25 Active Physical Play Substrands 25 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) 1.0 Active Participation 2.0 Cardiovascular Endurance 3.0 Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility

26 Muscular Strength, Endurance and Flexibility Overcoming Obstacles 6 volunteers from group Move through obstacle course 26 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

27 Practical Activity © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) 27

28 Substrand 3.0 Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility Competences at 48 and 60 Months 28 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

29 Substrand Picture Match Find the best picture that matches the Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, and Flexibility substrand card. Each picture can only be used once. 29 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

30 Encourage the development of muscular strength and endurance through building activities that involved performing work repeatedly. 30 Interactions and Strategies to Support the Development of Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

31 Promote increased joint flexibility through animal walks, nursery rhymes, and story play. Interactions and Strategies to Support the Development of Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance and Flexibility 31 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

32 What It Might Look Like… 32 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

33 Active Physical Play Winding Down- Yoga for Kids Breathe in and out Sunrise/Sunset Side Stretch Airplane Gorilla Partner Bridge Color Rest 33 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

34 Reflection How can teachers and families increase participation in physical activity that follows the national guidelines? 60 minutes structured and at least 60 minutes unstructured physical activity daily How can teachers increase childrens participation in ways that are purposeful, meaningful, and fun? 34 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

35 Parking lot questions 35 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

36 Make and Take Provide materials for participants to make something related to a game. See IMIL handout for ideas. 36 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

37 Head Start Body Start Web Site Resource This is a resource that can be shared with families and teachers. 37

38 This is one of many resources that can be shared with families and teachers. 38 Head Start Body Start Web Site Resource

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40 Public Service Announcement These are an option if you would rather do the Factors in the Environment that Influence Physical Development instead of the Guiding Principles. 40 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

41 Factors in the Environment that Influence Physical Development 1.Teachers promote optimal physical development when they provide children with positive encouragement and quality instruction (both indirect and direct). 2.The immediate physical environment is a powerful influence on childrens physical development. 3.Indoor and outdoor play environments should include a variety of appropriately sized equipment that promotes both gross and fine motor development. 4.Learning is most meaningful when the environment/materials reflect and accommodate childrens individual interests, backgrounds, and present abilities. 41 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

42 Factors in the Environment that Influence Physical Development 5. Take time to build safety into both the indoor and outdoor play. 6. Movement experiences should include exploration, discovery, and appreciation of the natural environment. 7. Thoughtfully designed, adult-guided movement experiences support childrens physical development. 42 © 2011 California Department of Education (CDE) California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)


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