• Below are the standards for PE.  Please note that your student will be graded at some point throughout the year in each standard for their particular grade level.  Their grades on these standards may vary.
     

    Objectives Hierarchy – PE (Grades 1-5)

    Report Card Statements are highlighted in yellow

    Grade 1 PE

    Demonstrates skills and content taught

    1.1: The student will demonstrate the correct critical elements (small, isolated parts of the whole skill or movement) of locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills.

    1.1.a: Demonstrate critical elements used in the locomotor skills of walking, running, hopping, jumping and landing, galloping, leaping, skipping, and sliding.

    1.1.b: Demonstrate critical elements used in non-locomotor skills (e.g., bending, pushing, pulling, stretching, turning, twisting, swinging, swaying, rocking, balancing, and rolling).

    1.1.c: Demonstrate a minimum of two critical elements used in manipulative skills performed alone (e.g., toss and catch, dribble with hand in general space, dribble with foot, kick and strike with hand or equipment, throw underhand, and volley).

    1.1.d: Demonstrate at least two critical elements for the manipulative skills of catching, throwing underhand, striking, dribbling, and kicking while moving.

    1.1.e: Demonstrate simple educational gymnastic sequences that contain a variety of balance, roll, transfer of weight, and flight.

    1.1.f: Demonstrate moving to a rhythm by keeping time to a simple beat, using a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills.

    1.2: The student will demonstrate improvement in locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills while applying the movement concepts.

    1.2.a: Demonstrate pathways, levels, tempo (speed), force, directions, and relationships when performing locomotor skills.

    1.2.b: Demonstrate tempo (speed), levels, and flow when performing non-locomotor skills.

    1.2.c: Demonstrate force, levels, and direction when performing manipulative skills.

    1.3: The student will participate regularly in moderate-to-vigorous physical activities that cause increased heart and breathing rates.

    1.4: The student will identify changes in the body that occur during moderate-to-vigorous physical activity.

    1.6: The student will participate regularly in physical activities that require physical exertion and skill.

    Demonstrates responsible behaviors

    1.5: The student will demonstrate, with little or no adult intervention, safe and cooperative behaviors in physical activity settings.

    1.5.a: Work cooperatively with peers for short periods of time.

    1.5.b: Incorporate safety rules learned in physical education.

    Grade 2 PE

    Demonstrates skills and content taught

    2.1: The student will continue to demonstrate correct critical elements (small, isolated parts of the whole skill or movement) of locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills.

    2.1.a: Demonstrate individually and with a partner the manipulative skills of throwing, catching, kicking, striking, volleying, and dribbling.

    2.1.b: Demonstrate educational gymnastic sequences, including balance, roll, transfer of weight, and flight.

    2.1.c: Demonstrate moving to a rhythm by combining locomotor and non-locomotor skills to perform basic educational folk and creative dance sequences.

    2.2: The student will apply the basic movement concepts to change performance of locomotor, nonlocomotor, and manipulative skills.

    2.2.a: Use the concept of relationships (e.g., over, under, around, in front of, behind, and through) in dynamic movement situations.

    2.2.b: Use the concepts of spatial awareness (e.g., location, directions, levels), and effort (time, force, flow) in static and dynamic movement situations.

    2.3: The student will identify and participate in physical activities that promote aerobic capacity, muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility.

    2.3.b: Name and locate the large muscle groups.

    2.3.c: Demonstrate activities that utilize specific muscle groups.

    Demonstrates responsible behaviors

    2.3.a: Identify that physical fitness is the ability to work and play with energy to spare.

    2.4: The student will exhibit, in physical activity settings, cooperative, respectful, and safe behaviors.

    2.5: The student will identify opportunities to participate in regular physical activity outside of school.

    Grade 3 PE

    Demonstrates skills and content taught

    3.1: The student will apply locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills in increasingly complex movement activities.

    3.1.a: Demonstrate most of the critical elements (small, isolated parts of the whole skill or movement) for manipulative skills (e.g., throw and catch a variety of objects, kick to stationary and moving partners/objects, dribble with dominant hand/foot

    3.1.b: Use manipulative skills in movement combinations (e.g., perform manipulative tasks while dodging and moving in different pathways; catch a rolled ball while moving, and throw it back to a partner).

    3.1.c: Demonstrate moving to a rhythm (e.g., perform simple dances in various formations, develop and refine a creative educational dance sequence).

    3.1.d: Refine individual gymnastics skills, and perform educational gymnastic sequences with balance, transfer of weight, travel, and change of direction.

    3.2: The student will apply movement principles in increasingly complex movement activities.

    3.2.a: Apply the concept of relationships while moving in space and using non-locomotor and manipulative skills.

    3.2.b: Apply the principles of relationships when working with a partner while moving (e.g., passing a ball in front of a moving partner).

    3.3: The student will engage in a variety of moderate and vigorous physical activities and describe how and why the body responds to the activities (e.g., physiological changes such as sweating, increased heart rate, increased respiration).

    3.5: The student will identify and participate regularly in physical activities to improve skills and personal health.

    3.5.a: Select and participate in physical activities during unscheduled times at home, at school, or in the community.

    3.5.b: Identify one physical activity that he/she participates in regularly for fitness, enjoyment, and/or social interaction.

    Demonstrates responsible behaviors

    3.4: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the purpose for rules, procedures, etiquette, and respectful behaviors while in various physical activity settings.

    3.4.a: Demonstrate independence and good use of time while engaging in physical activity.

    3.4.b: Provide input into establishing rules and guidelines for behavior in physical activity settings.

    3.4.c: Work cooperatively with peers.

    Grade 4 PE

    Demonstrates skills and content taught

    4.1: The student will refine movement skills and demonstrate the ability tocombine them in increasingly complex movement activities.

    4.1.a: Demonstrate proficiency in specialized locomotor, non-locomotor,and manipulative skill combinations in game and modified sports activities (e.g., throw to a partner while he/she runs to catch,dribble and pass soccer ball/basketball…

    4.1.b: Demonstrate moving to a rhythm (e.g., perform a variety of educational dances with different international and regional American formations; create educational dances with apparentbeginning, middle, and end, combining shapes, levels, pathways, and

    4.1.c: Perform smooth flowing sequences that combine four or more of thefollowing movements: traveling, balancing, rolling, and other types of weight transfer.

    4.2: The student will understand and apply movement concepts andprinciples in complex motor skills.

    4.2.a: Recall and demonstrate movement principles and concepts for selected motor patterns and combination skills (e.g., trajectory, force, speed).

    4.2.b: Apply movement principles and concepts to basic game strategies.

    4.2.c: Use movement principles to improve personal performance and provide feedback to others.

    4.2.d: Use feedback, including available technology, to improve performance.

    4.3: The student will correlate regular participation in physical activity with various components of fitness and improvement in fitness and skill development.

    4.3.a: Identify the components of health-related fitness (e.g., aerobic capacity, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition).

    4.3.b: Apply data from a standardized health-related fitness assessment to determine personal fitness goals.

    4.3.c: Apply the FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) principle of training to implement personal fitness goals.

    4.4: The student will demonstrate positive interactions with others in cooperative and competitive physical activities.

    4.4.d: Identify the contributions various cultures have made to sport, dance, and recreational pursuits.

    4.5: The student will identify opportunities to participate in regular physical activity at school, at home, and in the community.

    Demonstrates responsible behaviors

    4.4.a: Work productively and respectfully with others in achieving a common group goal.

    4.4.b: Work toward positive solutions in resolving disagreements.

    4.4.c: Demonstrate appropriate etiquette and application of rules and procedures.

    Grade 5 PE

    Demonstrates skills and content taught

    5.1: The student will demonstrate proficiency in movement skills and skill combinations in complex movement activities.

    5.1.a: Demonstrate proficiency in locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skill combinations in more complex environments and modified sports activities.

    5.1.b: Perform educational gymnastic sequences, including travel, roll, balance, and weight transfer, with smooth transitions and changes of direction, shape, speed, and flow.

    5.1.c: Perform different types of rhythm/dance sequences including American and international dances.

    5.2: The student will understand and apply movement principles and concepts in complex movement activities.

    5.2.a: Apply principles of accuracy, force, and follow-through when projecting objects.

    5.2.b: Identify and demonstrate basic small-group offensive and defensive tactics and strategies (e.g., body fakes, use of speed, change of direction, keeping body low while moving/guarding).

    5.2.c: Identify and apply principles of practice to enhance performance (e.g., form, consistency, repetition).

    5.2.d: Use feedback, including available technology, to improve performance.

    5.3: The student will describe short- and long-term benefits of engaging in regular physical activity.

    5.4: The student will use personal fitness assessment data to enhance understanding of physical fitness.

    5.4.a: Identify sources for data collection (e.g., print materials, community resources, heart rate monitors, Internet, pedometers, skinfold calipers).

    5.4.b: Analyze fitness data to describe and improve personal fitness levels (e.g., apply data to own plan for improvement in at least two components of health-related fitness).

    5.6: The student will identify and participate regularly in physical activities based on personal abilities and interests (e.g., for improvement through practice, for enjoyment, for social interaction, for personal challenge).

    Demonstrates responsible behaviors

    5.5: The student will participate in establishing and maintaining a safe environment for learning physical activities.

    5.5.a: Work independently and with others to improve learning during physical activity.

    5.5.b: Display appropriate cooperative and competitive behaviors.

     
Last Modified on June 12, 2017