TAS Elementary Physical Education

"Physical Fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity".

Components of Body Movement Unit: Locomotor & Non-Locomotor, Space Awareness and Movement Patterns


Week 1 – 2 : Grade 1 to Grade 5 students started their Physical Education Class with the Components of Body Movement Unit. It is believed that learning the basic fundamental movement like walking, running, skipping, galloping, hopping, leaping, sliding and jumping are building blocks, necessary for more complex physical activities. Playing sports, exercising and dancing all require a command of simple fundamental body movement. Treasure Hunting, DVD Game, Locomotor and Non-locomotor combination are activities for this unit.

Week 3 – 4: Spatial Awareness and Vocabulary Cues. Spatial awareness is the ability of a child to understand where they are in relation to objects or where objects or structures are in relation to each other. It also refers to understanding how an object changes in relation to them when they move. As a result, a child will increase a sense of balance, flexibility and whole body strength.
































































































Grade 5 Lesson Overview


Starting Week 3 of this school year, each student in Grade 5 class will be able to lead the warm-up activity before the beginning of the lesson every period. This will develop students’ confidence in demonstrating different limbering and floor exercises in front of the class.


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Week 3 – 4: They created combination movement of Locomotor and Non-locomotor skills with music and directions.

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Week 5 – 7 – Physical Fitness Test : The Physical Fitness Test/Fitnessgram will able to measure students’ ability to perform certain physical activity, strengths and weaknesses. These tests will determine the strength, power, endurance, agility, coordination, flexibility and balance of every student. The tests are the following; sit-ups/curl-up, push-up, sit and reach, quadrant jump, shuttle run, static balance, standing long jump and one-mile run. And also, before the beginning of the test, we measure the Body Mass Index (BMI) of every child to determine their healthy weight status.


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Grade 5: Lesson Overview



Grade 5:

As the first quarter of the school year comes to a close, our ES PE program is continuing to encourage fun and fitness through physical activity and teamwork.  We are having a great time getting in shape and playing fun, challenging sports in class each day.  During the next two weeks, we focused on the Locomotor Skills and Non-locomotor skills12321315_1109891829030431_4435481216600026806_n foundation of the students and space awareness. After, we started physical fitness and endurance activities through the use of the Fitnessgram program and calculated the Body Mass Index (BMI) to assess and measure obesity or health risks of every student. The California State PE Standards that we will cover include: 1.6 Throw and catch an object un12341305_1109891322363815_5171174028913563085_nderhand and overhand while avoiding an opponent. And 3.7 Sustain continuous movement for increasing periods of time while participating in moderate to vigorous physical activities. After Dodging/Fleeing/Chasing lesson, we will also doing Kickball and Rhythmic Activities (Creative Dance) to end the first quart12369141_1109891229030491_2149131573270331725_ner.

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