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This is an example of our report card for 3rd grade. On the report card is examples of performance/skill development, fitness testing, social/behavior skills and developmental activities for students to improve individual skillsBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 29, 2008 2:29 AM| Views: 8860
This is a game that involves teamwork. These students are trying to collect 5 cutout symbols that match the symbol in their hula hoop. They look under 1 poly spot and then report back to their group. Communication is important for finding all symbolsBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 29, 2008 2:29 AM| Views: 3392
In this game, you start with 3-4 taggers in the middle. They call sharks (boys), dolphins (girls), or tidelwave (boys & girls). When your group is called, the object is to run to the opposite end safely. If tagged, the student sits down and becomes seBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 29, 2008 2:29 AM| Views: 7203
This is a kindergarten class warming up before their daily activity. The students will warm-up their bodies by performing multiple exercises that involve all body parts. They count together and form a circle for this activityBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 29, 2008 2:29 AM| Views: 6210
This is a group of students performing a jump rope routine for their assessment test for the jump rope unit. The girls have to perform 6 tricks each within the group routine because they are in 6th grade. They are assessed based on performance criteriaBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 24, 2008 2:15 AM| Views: 7360
The object of the game is for the students to collect as many pucks as possible. The students must run out to the middle, grab a puck, and stick handle the puck around a cone and back to their hoop. Lots of movementBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 24, 2008 1:40 AM| Views: 5754
The object of the game is to knock down all 10 pins on the other side of the playing area. The students are divided up into 2 teams and must stay on their half of the playing area. Great game for all elementary levelsBy: Greg Schmitz| On: Jan 24, 2008 12:55 AM| Views: 7366