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Locomotor Sequencing (K)

Life Skills:

  • Thinking & Reasoning
  • Communication
  • Social & Civic Responsibility

Curriculum Tie:

Group Size:
Individual


 

Summary:
Students must listen and follow directions. They will perform locomotor movements based upon those directions.

Main Curriculum Tie:
Kindergarten - ContentStandard 1
Students will develop a sense of self.

Career Connections:

  • communications, lifelong learner

Background For Teachers:
Complete knowledge of proper locomotor form and the ability to teach it to the children correctly.

Intended Learning Outcomes:
Understand rules of the activity, experience new challenges and comprehend the new vocabulary being introduced.

Instructional Procedures:
The teacher or the designated leader will give the class a variety of locomotor activities to complete, such as:

  • walk on a line
  • hop on one foot
  • jump
  • take a step for each month in the year
  • run in place
  • slide three steps

Strategies For Diverse Learners:
To challenge a child, offer them the chance to add to the locomotor movement, e.g. when you hop, turn in a circle with your arms outstretched.

Students that are struggling should try the basic locomotor movements only.

Author:
Utah LessonPlans

Created Date :
Jun 04 2003 15:15 PM

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