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Economics Essay

4150 words - 17 pages

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES

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Inclement Weather Physical Education Activity
Resource Guide Correlated to Reading TEKS
Grade Level - Kindergarten Grade
Physical Education Activity
Reading TEKS
Locomotor License
Purpose: to have students practice locomotor skills and spatial
awareness when moving in general space. Review what it means
to travel safely in general space (move away from others, watch
where you are going, avoid crashes, move to all the areas, don’t
follow anyone) and introduce the following movement cues:
police officer (the teacher who watches to see if students travel
safely), rule of the road, license (a card with student’s name and
self-drawn picture), ...view middle of the document...

(2) To practice dodging and throwing skills.
Description: Place one color group (1/4 of the class) on each of
the four lines of a rectangle or square, and sitting down on the
boundary. Choose one group to come to the middle of the
playing area and sit in crab walk position.
Game begins when balls are given to the “crabs” in the middle
circle. The other three groups begin running/dodging around the
gym, while the crabs try to hit the runners with the balls. Crabs
may throw, bounce or roll the balls at the runners. A ball striking
a runner in ANY way, including rebound off of walls, counts as a
“hit”, and that player should immediately turn into a “crab” team
member. The game is over when all runners have turned into
“crabs”. A new game begins as soon as all of the balls have been
gathered and all players have returned to their lines. Remind the
crabs that they must remain in a crab position, and are not
allowed to crawl or play on their knees.
Variations: Teacher may call out crabs by colors, first initial, etc.
in order to involve a variety of “crab” team members.

(K.8) Reading/vocabulary development. The
student develops an extensive vocabulary.

(C) identify words that name persons, places, or
things and words that name actions (K-1).

(K.9) Reading/comprehension. The student uses a
variety of strategies to comprehend selections
read aloud.

(A) use prior knowledge to anticipate meaning and
make sense of texts (K-3);

(K.12) Reading/inquiry/research. The student
generates and conducts research about topics
introduced through selections read aloud
from a variety of other sources.

(B) establish purposes for reading or listening such
as to be informed, to follow directions, and to be
entertained (K-3); and
(C) draw conclusions from information gathered
(K-3)

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Inclement Weather Physical Education Activity
Resource Guide Correlated to Reading TEKS
Grade Level - Kindergarten Grade
Physical Education Activity
Reading TEKS
Knowledge & Skill

Student Expectations

Square Tag
Equipment: Might include balloons, scooters, bean bags,
basketballs, etc. Equipment depends on the activities you choose.
Divide the area into four equal areas. Divide the class into 4
groups and assign each an area. Each area will have its own tag
game with a tagger. The tagger must also do the activity in
his/her assigned area. Here are some suggestions for tag games.
Area 1: Balloon Tag. All the students in this area must move
and tap a balloon at the same time. Going out of bounds or
running with your balloon is the same as being tagged.
Area 2: Bean Bag Tag. All students must move and balance a
bean bag on their head. If the bean bag falls off, they must
energize with 3 jumping jacks before playing again. A student
can be tagged while energizing. Going out of bounds or holding
your bean bag on your head while moving is the same as being
tagged. When students are tagged, they put up their bean bag
and go to the next area.
Area 3: Basketball Dribble Tag. All students...

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