Health and Physical Education
A. Physical Education Literacy: 1. The student demonstrates competency in many movement forms and proficiency in a few forms of physical activity.: PreK-2: The student...
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combines shapes, levels, directions, pathways, and ranges into simple sequences.
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kicks stationary and rolled balls with strong force while maintaining balance.
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adapts movement to changing environmental conditions.
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chases, flees, and dodges to avoid or catch others and maneuver around obstacles.
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consistently strikes lightweight objects with body parts and with lightweight implements.
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knows ways to manage own body weight in a variety of situations (e.g., hanging and climbing and balancing in symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes on a variety of body parts on mats or apparatus).
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demonstrates basic locomotor skills (e.g., hop, walk, run, jump, leap, gallop, skip, and slide).
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uses an overhand throwing pattern with accuracy.
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knows various techniques for catching thrown objects.