Physical Education - Grade Kindergarten   (#5015020)

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Course Number: 5015020 Course Path: Section: Grades PreK to 12 Education Courses > Grade Group: Grades PreK to 5 Education Courses > Subject: Physical Education > SubSubject: General >
Course Section: Grades PreK to 12 Education Courses Abbreviated Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION K
Course Length: Year (Y)
Course Status : Approved
Keywords: Grades PreK To 5 Education Courses, PreK-5, PreK To 5, Grades Pre K To 5 Education Courses, Pre K-5, Pre K To 5, Elementary, Physical Education, General, Physical, Adaptive, Physical Education - Grade Kindergarten, PHYSICAL EDUCATION K
Grade Level(s): K Grade Level(s) Version: K

Course Standards

Name Description
MAFS.K.G.1.1: Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes, and describe the relative positions of these objects using terms such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to.
LAFS.K12.L.3.4: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaningful word parts, and consulting general and specialized reference materials, as appropriate.
HE.K.C.1.2: Recognize the physical dimensions of health.
Hygiene, exercise, eating habits, and cooperation.
HE.K.B.5.1: Name situations when a health-related decision can be made individually or when assistance is needed.
Recreational water activities. Some examples of individual decisions may be participating safely in aquatic activities, following school rules, getting dressed, choosing appropriate clothes, and practicing good hygiene.
HE.K.P.7.1: Identify healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve personal health.
Seek a safe environment, seek help, and practice universal precautions.
PE.K.M.1.1: Use a variety of locomotor skills to travel in personal and general space.
Some examples of locomotor skills are running, galloping and skipping.
PE.K.M.1.2: Strike objects using body parts forcefully.
An example is kicking a soccer ball with your foot.
PE.K.M.1.3: Balance a lightweight object on a paddle/racket while moving.
PE.K.M.1.4: Strike an object forcefully using a modified, long-handled implement of various sizes, weights and compositions.
Some examples of modified, developmentally- appropriate long-handled implements are bats, hockey sticks and golf clubs.
PE.K.M.1.5: Use two hands to bounce and catch a large playground ball.
PE.K.M.1.6: Participate in a variety of introductory water skills.
Some examples of introductory water skills are water entry, putting face in water and supported with feet off the bottom.
PE.K.M.1.7: Catch a variety of self-tossed objects.
PE.K.M.1.8: Roll and throw a variety of objects using an underhand motion.
PE.K.M.1.9: Throw a variety of objects forcefully using an overhand motion.
PE.K.M.1.10: Perform a creative-movement sequence with a clear beginning balance, at least one movement and a clear ending shape.
PE.K.M.1.11: Balance on a variety of body parts.
PE.K.M.1.12: Perform a variety of rolling actions.
Some examples of rolling actions are pencil roll and forward roll.
PE.K.M.1.13: Move in a variety of ways in relation to others.
Some examples of this are chasing, fleeing and dodging.
PE.K.C.2.1: Recognize locomotor skills.
Some examples of locomotor skills are walking, running, skipping, leaping, hopping, jumping and galloping.
PE.K.C.2.2: Recognize physical activities have safety rules and procedures.
An example would be to put equipment away when not in use in order to keep the physical activity area safe.
PE.K.C.2.3: Recognize technology can be utilized during physical activity.
Some examples of developmentally-appropriate technology for students to recognize are stop watches, pedometers and scales.
PE.K.C.2.4: Recognize there are deep and shallow areas of a pool, and identify the dangers of entering a body of water without supervision.
An example of a danger is entering the water when there is not an adult present.
PE.K.C.2.5: Recognize the concept of a dominant hand/foot for throwing/striking/kicking patterns.
A dominant hand/foot is the one selected by the student that feels most natural for throwing/striking/kicking.
PE.K.C.2.6: Recite cues for a variety of movement patterns and skills.
Some examples of movement patterns and skills are locomotor, non-locomotor, throwing and catching.
PE.K.C.2.7: Identify personal and general space.
PE.K.C.2.8: Recognize movement concepts.
Some examples of movement concepts are directions, pathways and levels.
PE.K.L.3.1: Identify a moderate physical activity.
PE.K.L.3.2: Identify a vigorous physical activity.
PE.K.L.3.3: Identify opportunities for involvement in physical activities during the school day.
PE.K.L.3.4: Identify opportunities for involvement in physical activities after the school day.
PE.K.L.3.5: Describe physical-activity goal-setting.
PE.K.L.3.6: Identify the benefits of participating in physical activity.
PE.K.L.3.7: Verbally state the search used before crossing a roadway.
PE.K.L.4.1: Identify the location of muscles that help the body perform specific physical activities.
PE.K.L.4.2: Identify that the heart beats faster during more intense physical activity.

PE.K.L.4.3: Identify activities that increase breathing and heart rate.
PE.K.L.4.4: Identify a physiological sign of participating in physical activity.
PE.K.L.4.5: Identify a benefit of flexibility.
PE.K.L.4.6: Differentiate between healthy and unhealthy food choices.
PE.K.R.5.1: Identify ways to cooperate with a partner during physical activity.
PE.K.R.5.2: Use equipment safely and properly.
PE.K.R.5.3: Identify ways to treat others with respect during physical activity.
PE.K.R.6.1: Identify physical activities that are enjoyable.
PE.K.R.6.2: Identify a benefit of willingly trying new movements and motor skills.
PE.K.R.6.3: Identify the benefits of continuing to participate when not successful on the first try.

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