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Station Cards for Foot Skills

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Title:

Station Cards for Foot Skills

URL:

https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P-01-06-FootSkills-StationCards.pdf

Content Source:

Other
OpenPhysEd
Type: Learning Activity

Overview:

Stations are a great way for students to have independent practice. These station task cards can be placed at each station so students understand the given task. Simply print, and they are ready to use. 

Content Standard(s):
Physical Education
PE (2019)
Grade: K
K-1.13) Kick a stationary ball, planting foot and making contact with shoelaces.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

Physical Education
PE (2019)
Grade: 1
1-1.13) Approach a stationary ball, make contact below center line, and kick it forward.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

Physical Education
PE (2019)
Grade: 2
2-1.13) Demonstrate kicking skills by:

•   Using a running approach towards a stationary ball with correct form.

•   Attempting to make contact with a moving ball.

•   Attempting to kick a dropped ball/object, making contact with shoelaces.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

Physical Education
PE (2019)
Grade: 3
3-1.13) Demonstrate a continuous running approach to kick a ball along the ground and in the air.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

Tags: kicking, soccer
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Author: Ginger Aaron-Brush
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