domingo, 12 de mayo de 2019

May 20 - May 24 ,2019

Required Materials for Class:  Tennis shoes, water bottle and appropriate clothing.

Optional Materials for Class:  Bug spray, hat and sunscreen.        
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: To participate in class activities and receive full credit for the class, students need to wear appropriate clothing for P.E. class.

GOALS: We will use the word RESPECT to set the main goals for the year.

Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!
Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.
Safety – The number one priority each day!
Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.
Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!
Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.
Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!




REMINDER: I would like to remind you that all students need to be dressed appropriately for the days that they have P.E. class. Students should refrain from using the following:
-  Dresses for the girls
-  Jeans (shorts or pants)
-  Crocks
-  Sandals
-  Boots



RULES:
Have fun!
Candy, food, and/or gum – out of sight, out of mind!
Positive attitude!
Remain in supervised areas all the time!

                                  

      


SECOND GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of  KICKBALL:  trowing , pitching, and base running .

Activities.
Throwing - You may think that kids know how to throw a ball without being taught, but that's not always the case. The number of children that play catch may be far less than you think -- video games, Internet sites and television shows compete with outdoor activities for kids' spare time, so spend some time at the beginning of each practice simply playing catch. This is a good way to warm up and a perfect time for you to help your players with their throwing mechanics. Walk among players as they play and help those who are struggling. Give players specific instructions for practicing their throwing at home [source: QC Baseball].





THIRD GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of   
KICKBALL:  trowing , pitching, and base running 

Activities.
Throwing - You may think that kids know how to throw a ball without being taught, but that's not always the case. The number of children that play catch may be far less than you think -- video games, Internet sites and television shows compete with outdoor activities for kids' spare time, so spend some time at the beginning of each practice simply playing catch. This is a good way to warm up and a perfect time for you to help your players with their throwing mechanics. Walk among players as they play and help those who are struggling. Give players specific instructions for practicing their throwing at home

                                                    





FOURTH GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of 
KICKBALL:  trowing , pitching, and base running .


Catching - A player's ability to catch the ball is critical to his or her safety and enjoyment of the game. Teach players to place their gloves out in front of their bodies with palms forward to give their partner a "target." Have players close the ball inside the glove as they make a catch [source: QC Baseball]. Discourage players from catching the ball palm up in front of their face, as this increases 

jumping - You'll need to provide young players with plenty of baserunning experience, teaching them to run immediately after hitting the ball and to continue through first base [source: Suddeth]. With older players, you should discuss how running varies depending on the number of outs in an inning and on the batter's ball and strike count.











FIFTH GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of 
KICKBALL:  trowing , pitching, and base running 


Catching - A player's ability to catch the ball is critical to his or her safety and enjoyment of the game. Teach players to place their gloves out in front of their bodies with palms forward to give their partner a "target." Have players close the ball inside the glove as they make a catch [source: QC Baseball]. Discourage players from catching the ball palm up in front of their face, as this increases the chance the ball will bounce up and hit them. In addition, have players catch thrown balls, balls hit on the ground and balls hit in the air.
Hitting - Building confidence in batting practice is essential to a positive game experience. Players should bat against pitches from the coach as well as from other players. If bunting is allowed in the league, every player should learn how. Using a tee can be a good idea at younger levels for instilling good form.
 running - You'll need to provide young players with plenty of baserunning experience, teaching them to run immediately after hitting the ball and to continue through first base [source: Suddeth]. With older players, you should discuss how running varies depending on the number of outs in an inning and on the batter's ball and strike count.




lunes, 11 de febrero de 2019

May 6- May 10, 2019 

REMINDER:
I would like to remind you that all students need to be dressed appropriately for the days that they have P.E. class. Students should refrain from using the following:
-  Dresses for the girls
-  Jeans (shorts or pants)
-  Crocks
-  Sandals
-  Boots

PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
In order to participate in class activities and receive full credit for the class, students need to wear appropriate clothing for P.E. class.

GOALS: 
We will use the word RESPECT to set the main goals for the year.
Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!
Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.
Safety – The number one priority each and every day!
Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.
Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!
Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.
Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!

RULES:
Have fun!
Candy, food, and/or gum – out of sight, out of mind!
Positive attitude!
Remain in supervised areas all the time!

Optional Materials for Class:  Bug Spray, hat and Sunscreen.        

Required Materials for Class:  Tennis Shoes, Water Bottle and appropriate clothing.





SECOND GRADE:
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of BASKETBALL: passing, and dribbling. 

Dribblig Activities

• Students stand in horseshoe arrangement with basketball on the ground between their feet
. • Dribbling: Push basketball with pads of fingers; basketball should back spin, nondribbling arm is up to protect basketball.
 • Demonstrate skill. 
• All students practice stationary dribbling with dominate hand and protecting with non-dominant hand.
 • All students practice stationary dribbling with non-dominate hand and protect with dominant hand. 

Role of Assistant

• Assist with demonstration.
 • Give positive specific feedback.
 • Challenge students to dribble with head up. 







THIRD  GRADE:


During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of BASKETBALL: passing, dribbling, and shooting. 

Dribblig Activities

• Students stand in horseshoe arrangement with basketball on the ground between their feet
• Dribbling: Push basketball with pads of fingers; basketball should back spin, nondribbling arm is up to protect basketball.
 • Demonstrate skill. 
• All students practice stationary dribbling with dominate hand and protecting with non-dominant hand.
 • All students practice stationary dribbling with non-dominate hand and protect with dominant hand.

Dribble and Move

• Students begin dribbling and moving inside the court area.
 • Each student must maintain personal space by keeping his or her head up. 
• Start with dominant hand dribble.
• Change to non-dominate hand dribble. 
• Give students signal to increase speed (about 1 minute) and then return to walk. 

Role of Assistant

• Assist with demonstration.
 • Give positive specific feedback.
 • Challenge students to dribble with head up. 
• Assist students with maintaining personal space.
 • Demonstrate skill when needed. 



  







FOURTH GRADE:
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of BASKETBALL: passing, dribbling, blocking and shooting. Students will put this knowledge to test in games. During the week, the students will also have a physical conditioning.

Dribblig Activities

• Students stand in horseshoe arrangement with basketball on the ground between their feet
• Dribbling: Push basketball with pads of fingers; basketball should back spin, nondribbling arm is up to protect basketball.
 • Demonstrate skill. 
• All students practice stationary dribbling with dominate hand and protecting with non-dominant hand.
 • All students practice stationary dribbling with non-dominate hand and protect with dominant hand.

Dribble and Move

• Students begin dribbling and moving inside the court area.
 • Each student must maintain personal space by keeping his or her head up. 
• Start with dominant hand dribble.
• Change to non-dominate hand dribble. 
• Give students signal to increase speed (about 1 minute) and then return to walk. 

Role of Assistant

• Assist with demonstration.
 • Give positive specific feedback.
 • Challenge students to dribble with head up. 
• Assist students with maintaining personal space.
 • Demonstrate skill when needed. 

 Chest pass

• Chest Pass: Both hands on side of basketball, Push basketball from chest, Step towards target, Follow through with hands pointing out and thumbs down.
 • Demonstrate skill. 
• Students shadow practice chest pass without a basketball.
 • Shadow practice faking a pass both to left and right. Students need to step when making a fake.





FIFTH GRADE:
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of BASKETBALL: passing, dribbling, blocking and shooting. 

Dribble and Move

• Students begin dribbling and moving inside the court area.
 • Each student must maintain personal space by keeping his or her head up. 
• Start with dominant hand dribble.
• Change to non-dominate hand dribble. 
• Give students signal to increase speed (about 1 minute) and then return to walk. 

Role of Assistant

• Assist with demonstration.
 • Give positive specific feedback.
 • Challenge students to dribble with head up. 
• Assist students with maintaining personal space.
 • Demonstrate skill when needed. 

 Chest pass

• Chest Pass: Both hands on side of basketball, Push basketball from chest, Step towards target, Follow through with hands pointing out and thumbs down.
 • Demonstrate skill. 
• Students shadow practice chest pass without a basketball.
 • Shadow practice faking a pass both to left and right. Students need to step when making a fake.







lunes, 12 de noviembre de 2018

February 4 -  February 8 , 2019

Required Materials for Class:  Tennis shoes, water bottle and appropriate clothing.

Optional Materials for Class:  Bug spray, hat and sunscreen.        
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: To participate in class activities and receive full credit for the class, students need to wear appropriate clothing for P.E. class.

GOALS: We will use the word RESPECT to set the main goals for the year.

Right to Learn – Every child has this right to be educated!
Effort – Win or lose, trying is the most important trait.
Safety – The number one priority each day!
Purpose – Understanding how the activity can benefit you.
Enthusiasm – Positive energy creates a positive environment!
Challenge – Challenge yourself to improve each day.
Trust/Teamwork – Work with and trust others, the result can be amazing!




REMINDER: I would like to remind you that all students need to be dressed appropriately for the days that they have P.E. class. Students should refrain from using the following:
-  Dresses for the girls
-  Jeans (shorts or pants)
-  Crocks
-  Sandals
-  Boots



RULES:
Have fun!
Candy, food, and/or gum – out of sight, out of mind!
Positive attitude!
Remain in supervised areas all the time!







                                  


      


SECOND GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of  Kickball: catching, trowing and jumping.

Activities.
Throwing - You may think that kids know how to throw a ball without being taught, but that's not always the case. The number of children that play catch may be far less than you think -- video games, Internet sites and television shows compete with outdoor activities for kids' spare time, so spend some time at the beginning of each practice simply playing catch. This is a good way to warm up and a perfect time for you to help your players with their throwing mechanics. Walk among players as they play and help those who are struggling. Give players specific instructions for practicing their throwing at home [source: QC Baseball].



THIRD GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of kickball: catching, trowing and jumping.

Activities.
Throwing - You may think that kids know how to throw a ball without being taught, but that's not always the case. The number of children that play catch may be far less than you think -- video games, Internet sites and television shows compete with outdoor activities for kids' spare time, so spend some time at the beginning of each practice simply playing catch. This is a good way to warm up and a perfect time for you to help your players with their throwing mechanics. Walk among players as they play and help those who are struggling. Give players specific instructions for practicing their throwing at home

                                                    





FOURTH GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of kickball: catching, trowing and jumping.


Catching - A player's ability to catch the ball is critical to his or her safety and enjoyment of the game. Teach players to place their gloves out in front of their bodies with palms forward to give their partner a "target." Have players close the ball inside the glove as they make a catch [source: QC Baseball]. Discourage players from catching the ball palm up in front of their face, as this increases 

jumping - You'll need to provide young players with plenty of baserunning experience, teaching them to run immediately after hitting the ball and to continue through first base [source: Suddeth]. With older players, you should discuss how running varies depending on the number of outs in an inning and on the batter's ball and strike count.









FIFTH GRADE
During this week, the students will work on developing the following fundamental skills of Kickball: catching, trowing and jumping .


Catching - A player's ability to catch the ball is critical to his or her safety and enjoyment of the game. Teach players to place their gloves out in front of their bodies with palms forward to give their partner a "target." Have players close the ball inside the glove as they make a catch [source: QC Baseball]. Discourage players from catching the ball palm up in front of their face, as this increases the chance the ball will bounce up and hit them. In addition, have players catch thrown balls, balls hit on the ground and balls hit in the air.
Hitting - Building confidence in batting practice is essential to a positive game experience. Players should bat against pitches from the coach as well as from other players. If bunting is allowed in the league, every player should learn how. Using a tee can be a good idea at younger levels for instilling good form.
 running - You'll need to provide young players with plenty of baserunning experience, teaching them to run immediately after hitting the ball and to continue through first base [source: Suddeth]. With older players, you should discuss how running varies depending on the number of outs in an inning and on the batter's ball and strike count.