Hop (one foot), gallop, slide, skip
Hops, gallops, and slides using a mature pattern.
Travels showing differentiation between jogging and running.
Jump & land for distance (horizontal)
Jumps and lands with two feet with proper preparation (arms back & knees bent) and lands softly with knees bent.
Jump & land for height (vertical)
Jumps with proper preparation (arms back & knees bent) and lands softly with knees bent.
Combines beat awareness with locomotor and nonlocomotor movements.
Nonlocomotor or Educational Gymnastics
Maintains stillness on various bases of support (body parts) using different body shapes.
Weight Transfer & Rolling (OPTIONAL)
Transfers weight from hands and feet to hands only for momentary weight support.
Performs a forward roll or shoulder roll in a tucked position (chin to chest).
Throws underhand while facing target and using foot opposition.
Rolls object underhand in a forward direction.
Demonstrates difference between overhand and underhand arm motion (overhead release versus waist level release).
Catches a self-tossed object.
Passing & Receiving with implements
Dribbles continuously in selfspace using finger pads and appropriate force.
Dribbles (taps) a ball with inside of feet while walking.
Kicking (force or distance)
Approaches stationary ball with non-kicking foot beside the ball and making contact with shoelaces.
Passing & Receiving with feet
Strikes an object with an open palm (forward, upward).
Striking, short implement
Strikes a lightweight object with a shorthandled implement sending it upward.
Completes a forward OR backward jump using a self-turned rope.
Continuously jumps a long rope with teacherassisted turning.
Movement Knowledge & Applicatiton
Space Awareness (location)
Describes general and self-space.
Maintains selfspace while traveling in general space.
Space Awareness (pathways, levels, directions
Describes low, medium, and high levels.
Demonstrates low, medium, and high levels while in selfspace and general; space.
Describes different speeds and forces.
Demonstrates slow and fast speeds.
Relationships (body shapes, with objects, with people)
Describes relationships with objects or people
Demonstrates a variety of relationships with objects or people
Movement Principles (base of support, muscle tension, ready position)
Contrasts the stability of wide and narrow bases of support.
Differentiates wide and narrow bases of support.
Identifies performance cues of locomotor and manipulative skills.