Hop (one foot), gallop, slide, skip
Combines at least two locomotor skills with smooth transition.
Travels showing differentiation of speeds
Jump & land for distance (horizontal)
Leaps using a mature pattern.
Jumps and lands using a mature pattern of one and two foot takeoffs and landings
Jump & land for height (vertical)
Jumps using a mature pattern.
Performs a simple teacherand/or studentdesigned rhythmic activity.
Nonlocomotor or Educational Gymnastics
Maintains stillness on various bases of support demonstrating muscular tension and extensions of free body parts.
Balances in an inverted position with stillness and supportive base.
Weight Transfer & Rolling (OPTIONAL)
Transfers weight from feet to hands for momentary weight support.
Rolls forward and sideways using tight muscles and proper body alignment.
Performs a 3-part sequence of balance-weight transfer/rollbalance.
Rolls a ball using a mature pattern.
Throws underhand to a partner or target with appropriate force.
Throws overhand for distance or force demonstrating side to target, arm back, and stepping with opposition.
Catches overhand (at or above chest) using a mature pattern (from partner).
Passing & Receiving with implements
Passing and receiving with a partner while stationary with appropriate force.
Dribbles with preferred hand while jogging with control of the ball and body.
Dribbles with feet while jogging, keeping control of the ball and body.
Kicking (force or distance)
Kicks a ball at intended levels with a running approach.
Passing & Receiving with feet
Passes and receives a ball with the insides of the feet to a stationary partner, "giving" on reception.
Strikes an object with underhand or sidearm pattern over a net/line, to the wall, or to a partner.
Striking, short implement
Strikes an object with a shorthandled implement sending it forward using an underhand pattern with accuracy.
Strikes an object with a longhandled implement sending it forward and using proper grip.
Performsintermediate jump rope skills for both short and long ropes.
Turns a long rope correctly.
Movement Knowledge & Applicatiton
Space Awareness (location)
Recognizes the concept of open space.
Applies the concept of open space while moving.
Space Awareness (pathways, levels, directions
Recognizes clockwise and counterclockwise directions.
Combines levels, directions, and pathways into simple travel, dance, and gymnastic sequences.
Recognizes the need for varied speeds and forces within movement.
Applies speeds or forces with throwing and kicking.
Relationships (body shapes, with objects, with people)
Differentiates relationships with people (mirror/ matching, reading/following).
Demonstrates relationships with people (mirror/ matching, reading/following).
Movement Principles (base of support, muscle tension, ready position)
Recognizes the need for ready position.
Applies concept of ready position to increase stability and prepare for movement.
Identifies errors of a skill.
Recognizes a variety of simple strategies in gamelike activities.