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Purpose of Activity:To reinforce locomotor skills (walk, run, jump, hop, gallop, slide, leap, skip)
Prerequisites:Introduction of locomotor skills using cues (walk, run, jump, hop, gallop, slide, leap, skip).
Suggested Grade Level:K-2
Locomotor skill cards (Word | PDF)
12 hula hoops Optional: Music to enhance engagement
Description of Idea
The teacher will scatter the hula hoops within the activity area and place 8 locomotor skill cards inside the hoop “upside down”. The teacher will also assign students a “teammate” (Teammate A and Teammate B). Teammates will find a personal space near a hula hoop.
On a start signal, Teammate A will picks up one of the locomotor skill cards and review the cues; then, hand the card to Teammate B. Teammate A will perform the locomotor skill within the activity area (approximately one minute) while Teammate B assesses their performance (looking for the cues). After the skill is performed, Teammate B discusses with Teammate A the cues performed EXCELLENTLY; and, cues that need improvement (approximately one minute)! Once the discussion is complete, Teammate B places the locomotor skill card “right side up” in the hula hoop.
On “another” start signal, Teammate B picks up one of the locomotor skill cards and reviews the cues; then, hands the card to Teammate A. Performance and assessments continue; and, the locomotor skill card is placed right side up in the hoop. Teammates continue this routine until all of the cards are facing “right side up”!
Formative assessment through student’s eyes.
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Submitted by Andrew Martin who teaches at Grahamwood Elementary in Memphis, TN. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 7/12/2018.Viewed 16053 times since 7/8/2018.
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