Kindergarten Physical Education

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Kindergarten students begin learning the basics of locomotor and non-locomotor movements, jump roping, and dribbling. They learn to balance and about how food is energy.

Kindergarten STEM

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Using a blend of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, students will investigate and engineer solutions to problems; students will also construct evidence-based explanations of real-world phenomena. Coursework will focus on meeting students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic needs and encourage shared contributions from schools, families, and the surrounding community.

1st Grade Physical Education

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First graders begin to combine locomotor and non-locomotor movements. They continue to improve their jump roping by jumping forward and backwards on a self-turned rope and practice catching. They focus on balance and weight transfer. They look at the benefits of being active and the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods.

1st Grade STEM

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Using a blend of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, students will investigate and engineer solutions to problems; students will also construct evidence-based explanations of real-world phenomena. Coursework will focus on meeting students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic needs and encourage shared contributions from schools, families, and the surrounding community.

2nd Grade Physical Education

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Second grade students begin to learn the basics of proper throwing and catching. They learn to jump rope with someone else holding the rope. They learn to catch a ball being thrown at them and begin the basics of striking. They look at foods to choose for before or after a workout.

2nd Grade STEM

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Using a blend of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, students will investigate and engineer solutions to problems; students will also construct evidence-based explanations of real-world phenomena. Coursework will focus on meeting students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic needs and encourage shared contributions from schools, families, and the surrounding community.

3rd Grade Physical Education

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Third grade students begin to combine locomotor movements into dance. They begin practicing underhand throwing and catching a hand-sized ball. They continue ball striking with a long-held implement and jump roping. They can identify foods that are beneficial for their health.

3rd Grade STEM

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Using a blend of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, students will investigate and engineer solutions to problems; students will also construct evidence-based explanations of real-world phenomena. Coursework will focus on meeting students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic needs and encourage shared contributions from schools, families, and the surrounding community.

4th Grade Physical Education

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Fourth grade students learn to play catch with proper throwing and catching stances. They learn about feet dribbling at certain distances and are asked to learn 4 of 10 jump roping tricks. They practice and learn a video led dance routine and learn about the importance of hydration.

4th Grade STEM

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Using a blend of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, students will investigate and engineer solutions to problems; students will also construct evidence-based explanations of real-world phenomena. Coursework will focus on meeting students’ social, emotional, physical, and academic needs and encourage shared contributions from schools, families, and the surrounding community.