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Luke Garringer
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Elementary Education
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Lower Primary, Upper Primary
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  • K-5th
  • NE PE
  • Remote Learning
  • Skills Fitness
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    Remote Learning PE training activity chart

    Overview

    Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning. Students are provided with a variety of activities/exercises to be performed at home. The exercises are intended to improve the students fitness or skills as well as develop responsibility for their health.

    K-5 Remote Learning Physical Education

    Lesson Topic: Remote Learning - PE Activity Chart

    Lesson Description: Lesson is utilized for “@ home” learning. Students are provided with a variety of activities/exercises to be performed at home. The exercises are intended to improve the students fitness or skills as well as develop responsibility for their health.

    Learning Goals/Outcomes:
    Students will challenge themselves to perform the various PE activities.

    Nebraska Standards: PE.3.4.1.b Works independently for extended periods of time. (M) 
    PE.3.3.2.a Engages in physical activity in physical education class with teacher prompting. (E)
    PE.4.3.2.a Engages in physical activity in physical education class without teacher prompting. (M)
    PE.4.1.3.a Applies underhand throwing skills with different sizes and types of objects. (A)
    PE.5.2.1.a Combines spatial concepts with locomotor and manipulative skills in a variety of smallsided games and dance. (A) PE.5.2.1.b Combines movement concepts with skills in a variety of small-sided game environments, tumbling, and dance. (E & A) PE.5.2.1.c Applies speed, direction, and force to strategy in small-sided games. (A) PE.5.3.2.a Engages in both teacher-directed and independent physical education class activities. (A) PE.5.1.1.a Combines locomotor and manipulative skills in a variety of small-sided game environments (A)

    Teacher Planning: Create a digital place students can log/record their activity if required or feel that is what is best for your students. For example, Google Classroom is what I use. Teachers should read and respond to students' reflective responses to provide feedback.

    Equipment/Materials Needed: None

    Time Required for Lesson: Whatever time needed for the teacher to provide feedback.

    Diagram/Setup: None

    Technology Use: Varying depending on teacher preference.

    Instructional Plan:

    Anticipatory Set/Pre-Activity: Encourage students to perform the daily “warm up” routine used during their regular physical education class prior to performing the workout given, and allow time following their completion for a “cool down”

    Benefits/Explanation/Real-World Connection: Students need to be able to identify their personal level of fitness (self awareness) and be able to access information in an attempt to improve their current fitness. Students should also be willing to do more than they currently think is possible... push their body and brain to discover their limitations! Building healthy daily habits starts with small changes that will eventually make a BIG difference.

    Activities (i.e. instructions, warm-up, lesson, cool-down):

    Directions: Please follow the weekly calendar below.  Use the letters that correspond with the activities listed.  Enjoy your week and give your best effort!

    Some of the Equipment you will need for the week: Paper plates, Laundry basket, Plastic bag, Pair of socks

    DAY

    Small Space Movement

    Fitness Based Movements

    Tossing and Catching Tasks

    PE Skills

    Yoga At Home

    M A and BA and BA and BA and BA and B
    TSock Skee ballSock Skee ballSock Skee ballSock Skee ballSock Skee ball
    WC and DC and DC and DC and DC and D
    ThWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle Trap
    FE and A-D choiceE and A-D choiceE and A-D choiceE and A-D choiceE and A-D choice

    Small Space Movement
    A. Zig-Zag Dribble - Start at a paper plate and foot dribble a sock ball through a set of bottles or cones. (6 times)
    B. 3 Bottle Shuffle - Space 3 bottles out in a line with 5 feet between each bottle. Slide step (grapevine) around the bottles. (5 times)
    C. Flip the Bottle - Starting at a paper plate, run down to a set of water bottles. Toss 1 bottle up slightly in the air and flip it so that it lands back upright on its base. Run back to the spot and repeat. (How many can you flip upright in 2 minutes?)
    D. In and Out Quick Feet - (Use a hula hoop, string, or rope) - Jump in and out of the circle with 2 feet. (20 times) E. Tightrope Walk - Walk across a rope or any other straight object on the ground.  Balance being careful not to fall off. (15 times)

    Fitness Based Movements
    A. Power Squats - Stand up straight and then squat down like you are sitting. Explode jumping high in the air. (15 repetitions)
    B. Arm Roll Jog - Jog on a spot in your personal space and roll your arms forward and backward while you jog.  (1 minute)
    C. Chair Crunches - While sitting in a chair, slowly bring your knees to your chest and straighten legs back out. (20 repetitions)
    D. Boxer Jog - Jog on the spot in your personal space and alternately punch your arms out in front of you while you jog. (1 minute)
    E. Burpees - Jump up. Squat down and kick your legs out straight. Do 1 push up and jump back up to your feet. (10 repetitions)

    Tossing and Catching Tasks
    A. Toss / Clap / Catch - Toss the sock ball up in the air and clap once or a few times before catching it.  (25 times)
    B. 2 Foot Release - Put the sock ball between your feet and jump up in the air.  Release the sock ball in the air and then catch. (How many can you catch in 1 minute?)
    C. Toss into a Basket - Take 3 to 5 giant steps away from a laundry basket. Toss the sock ball into the basket. (How many in 1 minute?)
    D. Jumping Jack - Toss a plastic bag up in the air and then do a jumping jack or multiple jumping jacks before catching it. (10 times)
    E.  2 Bags, Opposite Hand - Toss 2 bags up in the air, one from each hand. Catch each plastic bag using the opposite hand you tossed with.  (25 times)

    PE Skills
    A. Rainbow Toss - Toss the ball across your body from 1 hand to the other. The ball should travel in a rainbow shape. (20 times)
    B. Hit the Target - From a start line, throw a sock or ball overhand at a target. The target should be taped on an item that can be safely hit. (20 times)
    C. Waist and Leg Circles - Roll or pass (hand to hand) a ball around your waist and legs. Try going the other direction. (20 times)
    D. Bottle Knock Down - From a marker, roll and toss a sock or ball at some plastic bottles or cups.  Retrieve and repeat. (15 times)
    E. Balancing Act - Walk and balance a sock ball on your head, elbow, or back of your hand from a starting point to a finish line. (5 times each)

    Yoga at Home
    A. Mountain Pose - Stand tall with your feet together.  Keep your shoulders relaxed and raise your hands over your head with your palms facing each other. Reach high and hold for 20 seconds (5 times)
    B. Tree Pose - Shift your weight onto your right leg and place the sole of your left foot inside your right thigh. Bring your hands in front of you with your palms together.  Hold for 15 seconds. (5 times)
    C. Upward Dog - Place your hands on the floor alongside your body. Keep your elbows in close and press down through your hands.  Straighten your arms and lift your torso slightly off the floor. Hold for 20 seconds. ( 5 times)
    D. Downward Dog - Start on all fours and walk your hands a few inches forward.  Curl your toes under and slowly press your hips up towards the ceiling.  Bring your body up in an inverted V. Hold for 10 seconds. (5 times)
    E. Bridge Pose - Lie on the floor with your knees bent directly over your heels.  Press your feet into the floor as you lift your hips up off the floor.  Push your arms downward. Hold for 20 seconds. (5 times)

    Sock Skee-ball 
    Get Ready: 10 sock balls, 1 Laundry Basket, 1 Bucket, 1 Tupperware container 
    Get Set: Roll up the socks to make sock-balls. Stack the targets into skee-ball formation with the Tupperware inside the bucket and the bucket inside the laundry basket. 
    GO! 
    This event is called Sock-er Skee-ball. The object of this game is to score points by kicking or tossing the sock ball into the skee-ball targets. You’ll do that by using your feet to kick the sock ball into the target or use your hands to toss it.
    Score 1 point for every sock ball that lands in the laundry basket. 
    Score 5 points for sock balls in the bucket. 
    Score 10 points for sock balls in the Tupperware container. 
    You get 10 chances to score as many points as you can. 

    Water Bottle Trap
    Get Ready: 1 Empty Water Bottle, 1 Laundry Basket, 1 Sock/Tennis Ball 
    Get Set: Lean the edge of the laundry basket on top of the empty water bottle. Designate a rolling line 8-10 ft. away (the open side of the laundry basket should be facing you). 
    GO! The objective is to see how many points you can score in 2-minutes 
    • Do this by rolling the sock/tennis ball at the water bottle. 
    • To score the ball must hit the water bottle first (the roll doesnt count if it misses the bottle & knocks over the basket)
    • Rolls that hit the water bottle first score as follows: 
    1 point = basket falls and traps ball only 
    2 points = basket falls and traps water bottle only 
    3 points = basket falls and traps both ball and water bottle 

     

    Closure: Ask students to write or reflect on their performance of each activity they can perform. Students should set a goal for the next day. Encourage them to be honest with their efforts, because their success depends on their actions … give your best effort!

    Assessment : Have students check off each day or activity they complete on their weekly chart. Share charts with their teacher at the end of the week. 

    (Formative/Summative)

    Supplemental Information:

    Modifications: done by the students as needed, depending on the resources available or the current level of ability

    Safety Precautions: encourage students to start easy and increase their workload in small increments/amounts.

    Comments (adaptations for various grades/ages, teaching styles, etc.)
    Lower elementary grades can perform the log with guardian supervision as desired, depending on access and ability. 

    Directions: Please follow the weekly calendar below.  Use the letters that correspond with the activities listed.  Enjoy your week and give your best effort!

    Some of the Equipment you will need for the week: Paper plates, Laundry basket, Plastic bag, Pair of socks

    DAY

    Small Space Movement

    Fitness Based Movements

    Tossing and Catching Tasks

    PE Skills

    Yoga At Home

    M A and BA and BA and BA and BA and B
    TSock Skee ballSock Skee ballSock Skee ballSock Skee ballSock Skee ball
    WC and DC and DC and DC and DC and D
    ThWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle TrapWater Bottle Trap
    FE and A-D choiceE and A-D choiceE and A-D choiceE and A-D choiceE and A-D choice

    Small Space Movement
    A. Zig-Zag Dribble - Start at a paper plate and foot dribble a sock ball through a set of bottles or cones. (6 times)
    B. 3 Bottle Shuffle - Space 3 bottles out in a line with 5 feet between each bottle. Slide step (grapevine) around the bottles. (5 times)
    C. Flip the Bottle - Starting at a paper plate, run down to a set of water bottles. Toss 1 bottle up slightly in the air and flip it so that it lands back upright on its base. Run back to the spot and repeat. (How many can you flip upright in 2 minutes?)
    D. In and Out Quick Feet - (Use a hula hoop, string, or rope) - Jump in and out of the circle with 2 feet. (20 times) E. Tightrope Walk - Walk across a rope or any other straight object on the ground.  Balance being careful not to fall off. (15 times)

    Fitness Based Movements
    A. Power Squats - Stand up straight and then squat down like you are sitting. Explode jumping high in the air. (15 repetitions)
    B. Arm Roll Jog - Jog on a spot in your personal space and roll your arms forward and backward while you jog.  (1 minute)
    C. Chair Crunches - While sitting in a chair, slowly bring your knees to your chest and straighten legs back out. (20 repetitions)
    D. Boxer Jog - Jog on the spot in your personal space and alternately punch your arms out in front of you while you jog. (1 minute)
    E. Burpees - Jump up. Squat down and kick your legs out straight. Do 1 push up and jump back up to your feet. (10 repetitions)

    Tossing and Catching Tasks
    A. Toss / Clap / Catch - Toss the sock ball up in the air and clap once or a few times before catching it.  (25 times)
    B. 2 Foot Release - Put the sock ball between your feet and jump up in the air.  Release the sock ball in the air and then catch. (How many can you catch in 1 minute?)
    C. Toss into a Basket - Take 3 to 5 giant steps away from a laundry basket. Toss the sock ball into the basket. (How many in 1 minute?)
    D. Jumping Jack - Toss a plastic bag up in the air and then do a jumping jack or multiple jumping jacks before catching it. (10 times)
    E.  2 Bags, Opposite Hand - Toss 2 bags up in the air, one from each hand. Catch each plastic bag using the opposite hand you tossed with.  (25 times)

    PE Skills
    A. Rainbow Toss - Toss the ball across your body from 1 hand to the other. The ball should travel in a rainbow shape. (20 times)
    B. Hit the Target - From a start line, throw a sock or ball overhand at a target. The target should be taped on an item that can be safely hit. (20 times)
    C. Waist and Leg Circles - Roll or pass (hand to hand) a ball around your waist and legs. Try going the other direction. (20 times)
    D. Bottle Knock Down - From a marker, roll and toss a sock or ball at some plastic bottles or cups.  Retrieve and repeat. (15 times)
    E. Balancing Act - Walk and balance a sock ball on your head, elbow, or back of your hand from a starting point to a finish line. (5 times each)

    Yoga at Home
    A. Mountain Pose - Stand tall with your feet together.  Keep your shoulders relaxed and raise your hands over your head with your palms facing each other. Reach high and hold for 20 seconds (5 times)
    B. Tree Pose - Shift your weight onto your right leg and place the sole of your left foot inside your right thigh. Bring your hands in front of you with your palms together.  Hold for 15 seconds. (5 times)
    C. Upward Dog - Place your hands on the floor alongside your body. Keep your elbows in close and press down through your hands.  Straighten your arms and lift your torso slightly off the floor. Hold for 20 seconds. ( 5 times)
    D. Downward Dog - Start on all fours and walk your hands a few inches forward.  Curl your toes under and slowly press your hips up towards the ceiling.  Bring your body up in an inverted V. Hold for 10 seconds. (5 times)
    E. Bridge Pose - Lie on the floor with your knees bent directly over your heels.  Press your feet into the floor as you lift your hips up off the floor.  Push your arms downward. Hold for 20 seconds. (5 times)

    Sock Skee-ball 
    Get Ready: 10 sock balls, 1 Laundry Basket, 1 Bucket, 1 Tupperware container 
    Get Set: Roll up the socks to make sock-balls. Stack the targets into skee-ball formation with the Tupperware inside the bucket and the bucket inside the laundry basket. 
    GO! 
    This event is called Sock-er Skee-ball. The object of this game is to score points by kicking or tossing the sock ball into the skee-ball targets. You’ll do that by using your feet to kick the sock ball into the target or use your hands to toss it.
    Score 1 point for every sock ball that lands in the laundry basket. 
    Score 5 points for sock balls in the bucket. 
    Score 10 points for sock balls in the Tupperware container. 
    You get 10 chances to score as many points as you can. 

    Water Bottle Trap
    Get Ready: 1 Empty Water Bottle, 1 Laundry Basket, 1 Sock/Tennis Ball 
    Get Set: Lean the edge of the laundry basket on top of the empty water bottle. Designate a rolling line 8-10 ft. away (the open side of the laundry basket should be facing you). 
    GO! The objective is to see how many points you can score in 2-minutes 
    • Do this by rolling the sock/tennis ball at the water bottle. 
    • To score the ball must hit the water bottle first (the roll doesnt count if it misses the bottle & knocks over the basket)
    • Rolls that hit the water bottle first score as follows: 
    1 point = basket falls and traps ball only 
    2 points = basket falls and traps water bottle only 
    3 points = basket falls and traps both ball and water bottle