ALEX Classroom Resources

ALEX Classroom Resources  
   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 7 :
1-1.7) Transfer weight from one body part to another in self-space with both narrow and curled body shapes

APE accommodation suggestions: Rolling - hand over hand assistance; peer assistance and modeling

[PE] (2) 5 :
2-1.5) Balance on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hand over hand assistance, peer assistance, modeling, doing activities on the floor instead of on equipment

[PE] (2) 7 :
2-1.7) Transition weight from various bases of support by:

•   Transferring weight from feet to different body parts while maintaining balance.

•   Rolling in different directions with both a narrow and curled body shape.

APE accommodation suggestions: Rolling - hand over hand assistance; peer assistance and modeling

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Fundamental Skills using Balance Beams
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?fundamental-skills-using-balance-beams
Description:

This resource is a balance beam lesson focusing on dismounts and balance beam movements. It includes several movements that students can do to enhance their balance, coordination, weight transfer, and directionality skills. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Fundamental Skills using Jumping Boxes
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?fundamental-skills-using-jumping-boxes
Description:

This lesson resource focuses on the skill of jumping and landing using boxes. Activities fall into three basic categories: approaching the box, mounting the box, and dismounting the box. Combining these variables can create a wide range of activities.

This resource includes a video demonstration of this lesson. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [ARTS] MUS (0) 1 :
1) Explore and experience music concepts.

Example: Explore musical sources freely, using found sounds, electronic sounds, or sounds from voice or instruments found in classroom, remembering to use both sound and silence.

[ARTS] MUS (0) 9 :
9) Demonstrate awareness of expressive qualities that support the creators' expressive intent.

Example: Interpret a story through vocal exploration, dynamics, and tempo.

[ARTS] MUS (0) 15 :
15) Demonstrate how a specific music concept is used in music.

Example: Respond with purposeful movement to the steady beat of a piece of music.

[ARTS] MUS (1) 8 :
8) Demonstrate knowledge of music concepts in music from a variety of cultures selected for performance.

Example: Respond with purposeful movement to reflect the melodic contour of a piece of music.

[ARTS] MUS (1) 10 :
10) Demonstrate and describe music's expressive qualities.

Example: Identify the tempo of a piece of music in a listening example.

[ARTS] MUS (2) 10 :
10) Demonstrate understanding of expressive qualities (such as dynamics and tempo) and how creators use them to convey expressive intent.

Example: Identify dynamic changes in Haydn's Symphony No.

94, "Surprise," through movement.

[PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 4 :
K-1.4) Apply rhythmic expression in response to music.

APE accommodation suggestions: Slower music, poly spots and/or arrows on floor for direction, break the dance steps/movements down into small parts for additional review/practice, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Arts Education (K - 2), Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Finding the Tempo in Locomotor Movements
URL: http://www.keepingscore.org/sites/default/files/lessonplans/KSEd_Finding_the_Tempo_in_Locomotor_Movements_Meredith.pdf
Description:

Students will demonstrate eight locomotor skills - walking, running, jumping, hopping, skipping, galloping, side sliding, and leaping. They will identify and move to show three different tempos - fast (presto), medium (moderato), and slow (adagio).



   View Standards     Standard(s): [ARTS] MUS (0) 15 :
15) Demonstrate how a specific music concept is used in music.

Example: Respond with purposeful movement to the steady beat of a piece of music.

[ARTS] MUS (1) 16 :
16) Demonstrate and identify how specific music concepts are used in various styles of music for a purpose.

Example: Move in response to repeated phrases music and justify choices made.

[ARTS] MUS (2) 8 :
8) Demonstrate knowledge of music concepts (such as tonality and meter) in music from a variety of cultures selected for performance.

Example: Respond with purposeful movement to reflect the tonality of a piece of music.

[ARTS] MUS (3) 8 :
8) Demonstrate understanding of the structure in music selected for performance.

[ARTS] MUS (4) 8 :
8) Demonstrate understanding of the formal structure and the rudimentary elements of music in music selected for performance.

Example: Perform music in the jazz style and identify syncopated rhythms.

[ARTS] MUS (5) 8 :
8) Demonstrate understanding of the formal and harmonic structure created by the elements of music in music selected for performance.

Example: Compose music in the jazz style and include syncopated rhythms.

[PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 4 :
1-1.4) Combine locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills in rhythmic activities.

Examples: use rhythm sticks, scarves, ribbons while dancing or marching

APE accommodation suggestions: Slower music, poly spots and/or arrows on floor for direction, break the dance steps/movements down into small parts for additional review/practice, peer assistance.

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (3) 4 :
3-1.4) Perform teacher- selected and developmentally appropriate dance steps, movement patterns, and rhythmic activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Slower music, poly spots and/or arrows on floor for direction, break the dance steps/movements down into small parts for additional review/practice, peer assistance.

[PE] (4) 1 :
4-1.1) Apply locomotor skills in a variety of individual, partner, and small group activities and dance/ rhythm.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 1 :
5-1.1) Demonstrate correct form of locomotor skills in a variety of individual, partner, and small group activities and dance/ rhythm.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (5) 4 :
5-1.4) Demonstrate rhythms and patterns that combine locomotor skills in both cultural and creative dances, alone and with a group.

APE accommodation suggestions: Slower music, poly spots and/or arrows on floor for direction, break the dance steps/movements down into small parts for additional review/practice, peer assistance.

Subject: Arts Education (K - 5), Physical Education (K - 5)
Title: Moving to Tchaikovsky
URL: http://www.keepingscore.org/sites/default/files/lessonplans/KSEd_Moving_to_Tchaikovsky_Sublett.pdf
Description:

Students will use locomotor and non-locomotor movement to identify the form of "Trepak" from The Nutcracker by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.  They will identify the A section, B section, Interlude, and Coda.  Younger students will identify same and different.     



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (3) 2 :
3-1.2) Travel showing differentiation in pacing when jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 3)
Title: Walk Jog Sprint
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKh5oRWZFqo
Description:

This video will be projected in the gymnasium. As students participate, they will learn the difference between walking, jogging, and sprinting. Students will also see the connection between walking, jogging, and sprinting and physical health. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (0) 23 :
K-3.2) Participate in physical education class.

[PE] (0) 25 :
K-4.1) Follow directions, adhere to class procedures, use equipment properly, and accept responsibility for behavior, when prompted, to create a safe environment.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting, peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 25 :
1-4.1) Acknowledge personal responsibility by using equipment and space safely and appropriately while following the rules and boundaries of the learning environment.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting, peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 25 :
2-4.1) Practice skills with minimal teacher prompting and accept responsibility for behavior and performance actions to ensure a safe environment.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting, peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Move and Freeze on Signals
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?move-and-freeze-on-signals
Description:

This activity can be used as a warm-up activity or it can be used to practice locomotor skills and space awareness. This is also a great activity to use at the beginning of the school year because it helps students understand class rules and expectations. A video is included in this resource. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Popcorn
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?popcorn
Description:

Divide the class in half. One half of the class is on the floor in push-up position and the other half is standing ready to move. On signal, the standing students move around students on the floor. The students on the floor change from a raised push-up position to a lowered push-up position each time they are circled. On signal, reverse roles.

This is a great warm up activity or can be used when teaching the components of fitness. This resource utilizes jogging but many locomotor skills could be used to reinforce locomotor movements.

A video is included in this resource. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (0) 18 :
K-2.1) Demonstrate the difference between movement in personal and general space while attempting to maintain self-control.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (0) 19 :
K-2.2) Travel by:

•   Using various pathways.
•   Demonstrating various levels.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (0) 20 :
K-2.3) Travel:

•   In general space with varying speeds.
•   Attempting directionality concepts.

Examples: left, right, up, down, over, under

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 18 :
1-2.1) Demonstrate moving in personal and general space while maintaining self-control, in response to designated class expectations.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 18 :
2-2.1) Apply the concept of personal and general space during class activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Crossing the River
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?crossing-the-river
Description:

In this activity, two lines about 40 ft apart designate a river. Each time the youngsters cross the river they must perform a different movement. This activity can be used as a warm-up or cool-down activity to begin or end the class. Additionally, this can be used to practice and reinforce locomotor movements and/or animal movements. Included in this resource is a demonstrative video. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (0) 17 :
K-1.17) Attempt a single jump with self-turned rope.

APE accommodation suggestions: Place rope on ground, step over self-turned rope, provide verbal prompting.

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 17 :
1-1.17) Demonstrate rope skills by:

•   Jumping self-turned rope

•   Attempting to turn a long rope multiple times consecutively with a partner.

APE accommodation suggestions: Place rope on ground, step over self-turned rope, provide verbal prompting.

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 17 :
2-1.17) Demonstrate rope skills with correct form by:

•   Jumping a self-turned rope consecutively forward and backward.

•   Jumping a long rope multiple times consecutively with student turners.

APE accommodation suggestions: Place rope on ground, step over self-turned rope, provide verbal prompting.

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Jump!
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=9960#.YLojB5NKidY
Description:

The purpose of this lesson is for students to demonstrate jumping and landing skills. This lesson resource includes station ideas as well as learning cues for the skill of jumping rope. Additionally, this resource includes song titles to go along with the activity of jumping. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 19 :
K-2.2) Travel by:

•   Using various pathways.
•   Demonstrating various levels.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 19 :
2-2.2) Integrate shapes, levels, and pathways into simple movement sequences.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (3) 19 :
3-2.2) Demonstrate shapes, levels, and pathways specific to a wide variety of physical activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (4) 1 :
4-1.1) Apply locomotor skills in a variety of individual, partner, and small group activities and dance/ rhythm.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (4) 19 :
4-2.2) Combine movement concepts of pathways, shapes, and levels with skills in small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (5) 19 :
5-2.2) Execute combined movement concepts of pathways, shapes, and levels with skills in various physical activity settings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

Subject: Physical Education (K - 5)
Title: Pacman
URL: https://primecoachingsport.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/11.png
Description:

This learning activity is great for a warm-up activity, a chasing or fleeing activity, or an activity to practice specific locomotor skills. Additionally, because this game is designed so that students move along lines on the gym floor, this game can also be used to teach pathways and directionality. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 24 :
K-3.3) Discover the connection between physical activity and change in heart rate and breathing.

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 24 :
1-3.3) Verbalize how active play and physical activity strengthen the heart muscle.

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: The Toy Titan
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=12267#.YKsML5NKjtM
Description:

The purpose of this activity is for students to enhance their locomotor skill ability of walking, running, hopping, jumping, galloping, and sliding. This activity also promotes the skill of pacing. At the end of the activity, have students check their pulse (neck, chest, & wrist) and talk about the benefits of increasing your heart rate.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (4) 1 :
4-1.1) Apply locomotor skills in a variety of individual, partner, and small group activities and dance/ rhythm.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 4)
Title: Fun Running Games
URL: https://marathonkids.org/pe-running-games/
Description:

Running is one of the simplest and most basic ways the human body is built to move—which is probably why it’s on almost every physical education teacher’s agenda, regardless of their students’ ages or grade levels. But just because running is fundamental doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Instead of heading out to the track to run laps, why not spice up the routine? Here are twelve fun running games for kids of all ages to try out during your next PE class!



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (3) 3 :
3-1.3) Use correct form for jumping and landing.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

Subject: Physical Education (K - 3)
Title: Agility Ladder Challenge
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=5268#.YH4-JhRKidY
Description:

This is a great way to assess jumping and hopping skills. As an extension, have students put together repeatable patterns using different movement concepts and locomotor skills or jump patterns.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (3) 1 :
3-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for leaping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (3) 2 :
3-1.2) Travel showing differentiation in pacing when jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (3) 3 :
3-1.3) Use correct form for jumping and landing.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

Subject: Physical Education (K - 3)
Title: Locomotor GIF collection
URL: https://www.cbhpe.org/idea-tank/elementary-pe-idea-tank/locomotor-gif-collection
Description:

Looking for Locomotor Skills GIFs? This folder contains GIFS that you can use as you wish along with the video version and a Slides file with all GIFs embedded. Make a copy and edit as needed! This resource can be used when demonstrating hopping, galloping, and sliding.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (0) 8 :
K-1.8) Attempt underhand and overhand throw.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (0) 27 :
K-4.3) Share equipment and space with peers.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting and redirecting, peer assistance to model proper personal and social behaviors

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 3 :
1-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions with balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 8 :
1-1.8) Throw underhand and overhand with hand/foot opposition.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (1) 9 :
1-1.9) Catch various sizes of soft objects from a self-toss before they hit the ground.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (1) 20 :
1-2.3) Demonstrate the difference between strong and light force.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 5 :
2-1.5) Balance on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hand over hand assistance, peer assistance, modeling, doing activities on the floor instead of on equipment

[PE] (2) 9 :
2-1.9) Catch a self-tossed or well-thrown object with hands, not trapping or cradling against the body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (2) 23 :
2-3.2) Actively engage in physical education class in response to instruction and practice.

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Changing Seasons
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/PC-01-03-3-SpaceScienceConnection-ChangeSeason.pdf
Description:

A cooperative game for students that incorporates the seasons (science) and activity. The following link is also needed for the task cards for this activity:

https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/PC-01-06-SpaceScienceConnection-ChangeSeasonTaskCard.pdf

Locomotor, balance, and throwing skills are utilized on these cards.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 9 :
1-1.9) Catch various sizes of soft objects from a self-toss before they hit the ground.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 9 :
2-1.9) Catch a self-tossed or well-thrown object with hands, not trapping or cradling against the body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Locomotor and Manipulative Stations
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P-03-06-LMS-StationCards.pdf
Description:

This resource provides station cards to practice locomotor and manipulative skills. A self-assessment for these skills can be found using the ALEX resource "Self-Assessment for Locomotor and Manipulative Skills." 

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 8 :
K-1.8) Attempt underhand and overhand throw.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (0) 9 :
K-1.9) Attempt to catch a dropped ball from varying heights.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 8 :
1-1.8) Throw underhand and overhand with hand/foot opposition.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (1) 9 :
1-1.9) Catch various sizes of soft objects from a self-toss before they hit the ground.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 3 :
2-1.3) Use a variety of one-and two-footed take-offs and landings.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (2) 5 :
2-1.5) Balance on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hand over hand assistance, peer assistance, modeling, doing activities on the floor instead of on equipment

[PE] (2) 7 :
2-1.7) Transition weight from various bases of support by:

•   Transferring weight from feet to different body parts while maintaining balance.

•   Rolling in different directions with both a narrow and curled body shape.

APE accommodation suggestions: Rolling - hand over hand assistance; peer assistance and modeling

[PE] (2) 8 :
2-1.8) Throw underhand and overhand, demonstrating correct form with hand/ foot opposition.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (2) 9 :
2-1.9) Catch a self-tossed or well-thrown object with hands, not trapping or cradling against the body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Locomotor and Manipulative Skills Cue Posters
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P-03-4d-LMS-SkillCuePosters.pdf
Description:

This resource provides posters that can be printed with the skills and cues that are associated with locomotor and manipulative skills.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 8 :
K-1.8) Attempt underhand and overhand throw.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 8 :
1-1.8) Throw underhand and overhand with hand/foot opposition.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (1) 9 :
1-1.9) Catch various sizes of soft objects from a self-toss before they hit the ground.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 5 :
2-1.5) Balance on different bases of support, combining levels and shapes.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hand over hand assistance, peer assistance, modeling, doing activities on the floor instead of on equipment

[PE] (2) 7 :
2-1.7) Transition weight from various bases of support by:

•   Transferring weight from feet to different body parts while maintaining balance.

•   Rolling in different directions with both a narrow and curled body shape.

APE accommodation suggestions: Rolling - hand over hand assistance; peer assistance and modeling

[PE] (2) 8 :
2-1.8) Throw underhand and overhand, demonstrating correct form with hand/ foot opposition.

APE accommodation suggestions: Provide a variety of sizes, shapes, textures, and inflation levels of objects to make throwing more successful; use ball launchers

[PE] (2) 9 :
2-1.9) Catch a self-tossed or well-thrown object with hands, not trapping or cradling against the body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Self-Assessment for Locomotor and Manipulative Skills
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P-03-07-LMS-StudentSelfAssessment.pdf
Description:

This resource provides a self-assessment for locomotor and manipulative skills for students in K-2. Students will draw a face to show how well they think they did on a skill.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (0) 17 :
K-1.17) Attempt a single jump with self-turned rope.

APE accommodation suggestions: Place rope on ground, step over self-turned rope, provide verbal prompting.

Subject: Physical Education (K)
Title: Big Wheels
URL: https://www.pe-kansas.com/lesson-builder/k-2/manipulatives/jumping-rope
Description:

In this activity, students will practice jumping rope starting with making big wheels with their arms first. Students will start by placing their arms out in front of them and making big circles with their arms in a big wheel or "windmill" fashion. This will extend the full ROM of the shoulder joint. Students will then bend their knees each time they see their hands pass their eyes. Students will continue to do this an add a jump to the movement. Students will then get a jump rope that fits them appropriately, by holding the handles and stepping on the middle of the rope. The rope should be between the shoulders and underarms. You can tie knots in the rope if the rope is too long. Students will toss the rope from behind the heels to the front of the body and then jump over the rope (jumping rope). 

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (K)
Title: Run Rabbit Run
URL: https://www.pe-kansas.com/lesson-builder/activities/k-2/physical-activity/miscellaneous/tag-games
Description:

In this activity, the students will be hunters or rabbits. You can choose a few hunters out of the class (for example 4-5 students). Students must all remain in the forest (which is the space the students will be in to perform the locomotor tasks). When the teacher says, "Run Rabbits Run", or "Skip Rabbits Skip", or other locomotor skills (slide, gallop, hop, etc.), the students will complete the task. If a hunter catches a rabbit, then the rabbit becomes a tree in the forest. The hunters must use the designated locomotor skill the teacher calls out when attempting to catch the rabbits. The hunters can be changed at the teacher's discretion. 

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 10 :
K-1.10) Attempt to dribble a ball with one hand using consecutive contacts.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (1) 10 :
1-1.10) Dribble continuously in a stationary position, using the preferred hand.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (2) 10 :
2-1.10) Dribble continuously in self-space and while traveling, with preferred hand, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Dribbling Fitness
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P-04-03-HandSkills-Activities_02_DribbleFitness.pdf
Description:

This resource is a hand dribbling activity for K-2 students.  This activity could work for large group activities.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 3 :
K-1.3) Perform jumping and landing actions.

APE accommodation suggestions: Hopping, jumping, and leaping - Hand over hand to assist with balance. Examples: mini trampoline, rope on floor, peer assistance

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 1)
Title: Frog Pond
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=133159#.XPnPzNBKg1I
Description:

In Frog Pond, students are practicing their jumping, leaping, and hopping skills by moving from one lily pad (poly spot) to another to get to the frog food (beanbags, yarn balls, etc. that are in the hula hoops in the middle of the playing area). This learning activity is used to reinforce the fundamental motor skills of jumping, hopping and leaping.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 1 :
K-1.1) Attempt to hop, gallop, jog, run, slide, skip, jump, and leap while maintaining balance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (0) 18 :
K-2.1) Demonstrate the difference between movement in personal and general space while attempting to maintain self-control.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (0) 20 :
K-2.3) Travel:

•   In general space with varying speeds.
•   Attempting directionality concepts.

Examples: left, right, up, down, over, under

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (1) 1 :
1-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for hopping, galloping, and sliding.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (1) 18 :
1-2.1) Demonstrate moving in personal and general space while maintaining self-control, in response to designated class expectations.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting, redirection and/or modeling; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (2) 1 :
2-1.1) Demonstrate correct form for skipping.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

[PE] (2) 2 :
2-1.2) Demonstrate correct form for jogging and running.

APE accommodation suggestions: Sliding, galloping, jogging, and running - Hand over hand to assist in increasing speed and balance, fast pace walking, shorten distance, peer assistance (sliding - step together step, side to side)

Subject: Physical Education (K - 2)
Title: Locomotor License
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/lessonideas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=336#.XPgC-NBKg1I
Description:

This is a free resource from PE Central.  The purpose of this activity is to have students practice locomotor skills and moving safely in general space.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



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