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1 Elementary PE Kindergarten SEMESTER 1 UNIT 1: YOUR FITNESS Section 1.1: Course Introduction Section 1.2: Get Moving Section 1.3: Your Fitness Level Section 1.4: Getting Better Learning Objectives Understand the course rules and activities Be prepared to start activity logs Begin non-locomotor skills practice Know how to be safe when exercising List the 3 different types of exercise List and follow exercises Increase your strength, speed and agility Know how to do better on the Presidential Fitness Test Do the different activities in the lesson UNIT 2: SAFETY Section 2.1: Warm Up & Cool Down Section 2.2: Exercise Safety Section 2.3: Water Safety Section 2.4: Motor Skills Know how to warm up and cool down Know the importance of warming up and cooling down Begin locomotor skills practice Know how to be safe when you exercise

2 Follow safety rules The importance of water safety Know the water safety rules Understand why to follow the water safety rules Know the difference between locomotor and nonlocomotor movements Do some locomotor movements Know why locomotor movements are important for fitness UNIT 3: HEALTHY CHOICES Section 3.1: Healthy Choices Section 3.2: Goal Setting Section 3.3: Benefits of Exercise Section 3.4: Motivation The difference between healthy and unhealthy choices Why it is important to make healthy choices How to make healthy choices in your own life What goals are The difference between short-term and long-term goals How to set your own realistic goals Understand why we should exercise Know the benefits of physical exercise Do exercises that will benefit your own body Know what motivation is

3 Think about the things that motivate you Motivate yourself and others to exercise UNIT 4: COMPONENTS OF FITNESS Section 4.1: Components of Fitness Section 4.2: Cardio Section 4.3: Strength Section 4.4: Flexibility Know the 5 components of fitness Understand why each part is important Make your muscles stronger and more flexible Know what cardio means Understand why cardio exercise is important for health Do cardio, aerobic and anaerobic exercises Make your muscles strong Stay safe when lifting heavy things Improve your muscle endurance What flexibility is How to become flexible and why flexibility is important How to stretch safely SEMESTER 2 UNIT 5: FITNESS Section 5.1: Principles of Fitness Section 5.2: FITT Principles & Heart Rate Section 5.3: Your Fitness Level Section 5.4: Skill vs Health

4 Understand the course rules and activities Know that physical fitness keeps you strong and healthy Begin new dribble and kick skills practice Define the FITT Principles Know how the FITT Principles will help you when exercising Know how exercise affects your heart rate List and follow exercise Increase your strength, speed and agility Complete a fitness assessment Know how exercise benefits your health Know the difference between skill and health related fitness List the parts of skill-related fitness UNIT 6: GAME PLAY Section 6.1: Team Work Section 6.2: Sportsmanship Section 6.3: Individual and Group Activities Section 6.4: Sports Terms Know the skills that teamwork helps build Know the importance of teamwork Begin hitting and volleying skills practice Know the importance of good sportsmanship List examples of good and bad sportsmanship List activities you like to do by yourself List activities you can do as a group

5 Explain personal space and general space Know different basic sports terms Tell the difference from team sports and individual sports Show off your new hitting and volleying skills UNIT 7: NUTRITION Section 7.1: Nutrition Section 7.2: Food Groups Section 7.3: Food Labels Section 7.4: Food Choices o Understand that food provides energy o List six basic nutrients o Explain what each nutrient does o List the food groups o Give examples of each food group o Read the information on food labels o Define calories o Know the ingredients in food o Compare healthy and unhealthy foods o Understand why you should eat healthy foods o Explain tips for eating healthy UNIT 8: ANATOMY Section 8.1: Major Muscle Anatomy Section 8.2: Muscle Action Section 8.3: Heart and Lungs Section 8.4: Staying Active

6 Learning Objectives o List the three types of muscles o Understand why each type of muscle is important o Name major muscles in your body o Know how muscles move o Know how to make your muscles grow o Tell why it is important to exercise o Explain how a red blood cell works o Tell why it is important to have a strong heart o Explain how the heart and lungs work together o How to stay active o Why it is important to stay active o How staying active will help you in the future

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