Saturday, January 21, 2012

WEEK #18

K4 thru 2nd grade this week started getting ready for JRFH this week. We started class playing a cardiovascular endurance activity called Tail Tag. We then took the jump rope and did some goofy manipulation. We made hair, a beard, earring, pony tail, elephant ear, phone, karate belt, and dress tie. We then started learning how to jump rope. We first practiced jumping and then turning the rope. We then put both together and tried our best to jump rope. To end class, we played Tail Tag one more time.
3rd thru 5th grade continued to finish up their Fitnessgram tests. This week we warmed-up with an activity called Meet In The Middle. Warm muscles stretch better!!! We then did our sit & reach fitness test. We then played Satellite to get some cardiovascular exercise. To finish class, we discussed why being flexible is important.
7th/8th this week used jump ropes and resistance bands for their fitness time. We then started our Hockey Unit. We went over the grip, the push pass, and dribble to cover the movement standard. To end class, we played an activity called Got Cha, a great cardiovascular activity as well as skill development.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello my name is Olga Maria Rodriguez, I live in Chile, Physical Education student at the Catholic University of Maule, well my comment based on that like a lot is spoken and there were heart-healthy activities as these, children may develop and increase their aerobic capacity, strength, elasticity. Also most important is that they are prepared or are taught to follow a healthy lifestyle and have a lower risk of children suffering heart disease or acquired or that may lead to this. To be able to see better integration with the rest of its course by team activities and cooperative.

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Eric Huxtable said...

Very nice website. I like to see activities that other teachers are doing in their classes. I have made a blog of my own (pegameoftheday.blogspot.com). I would love for you to check it out, and see what you think. I'm trying to make this website a resource for Physical Education teachers to use when they're looking for something different to do in their classes. I add a game of the day everyday and add a tag game every Friday.

kathleenjames said...

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