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Movement Concepts 

  • Body and special awareness while performing simple game/skills 
  • Variations of speed 
  • Level changes 
  • Directional changes during activity 
  • Appropriate changes in body shapes 
  • Ability to perform simple activities using strong and light force 
  • Ability to perform movement sequences 


 

Locomotor Skills 

  • Walk/Run 
  • Gallop/Skip 
  • Hop/Jump 
  • Leap/Slide 
  • Chase/Flee 


 

Non-Locomotor Skills 

  • Continuous rolls in various directions 
  • Balance on various bases of support 


 

Manipulative Skills 

  • Dribbling 
  • Kicking 
  • Trapping 
  • Throwing 
  • Catching 
  • Volleying 
  • Striking 
 

Physical Fitness/Personal Wellness 

  • Engage in sustained physical activity 
  • Identify physiological changes during vigorous physical activity 
  • Identify components of health-related physical fitness 
  • Describe the benefits of physical activity 
 

Personal and Social Behavior 

  • Safety rules 
  • Team oriented communication and cooperative skills 
  • Necessary skills for listening to directions, following rules and completing tasks. 



 Second Grade Physical Education Content Standards

Motor Skills 

  • Demonstrates initial form in galloping, skipping, hopping and sliding (S1.B1.A.2) 
  • Demonstrates control in traveling, weight bearing, weight shifting and balancing activities. (S1.B1.B.2) 
  • Combines locomotor patterns in time to music. (S1.B2.A.2) 
  • Demonstrates the manipulative skills of throwing, catching, kicking and striking. (S1.B2.B.2) 
  • Demonstrates motor patterns in simple combinations. (S1.B2.C.2) 

Learning Concepts 

  • Identifies various body parts and levels in performing physical activities. (S2.B1.A.2) 
  • Applies movement concepts to a variety of basic skills. (S2.B2.A.2) 
  • Recognizes appropriate safety practices in general space. (S2.B2.B.2) 
  • Corrects movement errors in response to corrective feedback. (S2.B3.A.2) 
  • Explains that appropriate practice improves performance. (S2.B3.B.2) 

Active Participation 

  • Engages in moderate to vigorous physical activity on an intermittent basis. (S3.B1.A.2) 
  • Engages in a wide variety of physical activity outside of Physical Education. (S3.B1.B.2) 
  • Participates in a variety of activities that involve manipulation of objects both inside and outside of Physical Education class. (S3.B1.C.2) 

Physical Fitness 

  • Demonstrates sufficient muscular strength to bear body weight for climbing, hanging and momentary body support of the hands. (S4.B1.A.2) 
  • Participates in a variety of games that increase breathing and heart rate. (S4.B1.B.2) 
  • Sustains activity for increasingly longer periods of time while participating in various activities in Physical Education. (S4.B1.C.2) 
  • Recognizes the health related physical fitness components. (S4.B1.D.2) 

Personal and Social Behavior 

  • Follows instructions and class procedures while participating in Physical Education. (S5.B1.A.2) 
  • Works in diverse group settings without interfering with others. (S5.B1.B.2) 
  • Uses equipment safely and appropriately. (S5.B1.C.2)
  • Demonstrates cooperation and consideration of others in group activities. (S5.B1.D.2) 
  • Demonstrate socially acceptable conflict resolution during class activities. (S5.B1.E.2) 

Activity Appreciation 

  • Exhibits both verbal and non-verbal indicators of enjoyment. (S6.B1.A.2) 
  • Willingly tries new movements and skills. (S6.B1.B.2) 
  • Continues to participate when not successful on the first try. (S6.B1.C.2) 


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