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Title: Welcome to the K-2 Physical Education Open House Presentation


1
Welcome to the K-2 Physical Education Open House
Presentation
  • Safety Rules!
  • Please be seated, the presentation is 10 minutes
    in length.
  • We will have five minutes at the conclusion of
    the presentation to greet you.
  • Please do not walk in front of the projector or
    up by the screen.

2
Meet the Coaches!
  • Greg Rafferty
  • P.E. Teacher for 31 year B.S.E. SUNY Cortland
  • M.S. Mount St. Marys College
  • Coach for Cross Country, and Track
  • Quintin Johnson
  • New P.E. Teacher to Red Hook
  • B.S. The College at Brockport, SUNY
  • Works part time for Boys and Girls Club of
    Kingston
  • Asst. Coach Varsity Football Team

3
K-2 P.E. Website
  • We are working on parts of a K-2 P.E. website
    where you can find valuable information about our
    program and helpful tips for health and fitness
    for your child. In addition, many resource links
    will be available.
  • Look for updates via Coaches Corner in Mrs.
    Gaynors newsletters.

4
Introduction to Primary P.E.
  • Children in Kindergarten will receive P.E. for 30
    minutes-4 times a week. Children in Grades 1 and
    2 will receive P.E. for 40 minutes-3 times a week
  • RHCSD is in alignment with the New York State
    Physical Education learning standards.
  • Units include manipulatives, gymnastics, rhythm
    dance, physical fitness, and lead up games.
  • In this presentation you will see some of the
    units performed throughout the school year and
    the activities used to attain these goals.

5
Goals in P.E.
  • To work to the best of ones ability.
  • To optimize each childs fitness level
  • To acquire the knowledge of how to stay fit and
    play safely.
  • To have fun in the P.E. setting and optimize
    appropriate social interaction.

6
New York State Learning Standards for Physical
Education
  • Standard 1 Personal Health Fitness -
    Students will have the necessary knowledge and
    skills to establish and maintain physical
    fitness, participate in physical activity, and
    maintain personal health.
  • Students will perform basic motor and
    manipulative skills. They will attain competency
    in a variety of physical activities and
    proficiency in a few select complex motor and
    sports activities. Students will design personal
    fitness programs to improve cardiorespiratory
    endurance, flexibility, muscular strength,
    endurance, and body composition.

7
New York State Learning Standards for Physical
Education
  • Standard 2 A Safe and Healthy Environment -
    Students will acquire the knowledge and ability
    necessary to create and maintain a safe and
    healthy environment.
  • Students will demonstrate responsible personal
    and social behavior while engaged in physical
    activity. They will understand that physical
    activity provides the opportunity for enjoyment,
    challenge, self-expression, and communication.
    Students will be able to identify safety hazards
    and react effectively to ensure a safe and
    positive experience for all participants.

8
New York State Learning Standards for Physical
Education
  • Standard 3 Resource Management Students will
    understand and be able to manage their personal
    and community resources.
  • Students will be aware of and able to access
    opportunities available to them within their
    community to engage in physical activity. They
    will be informed consumers and be able to
    evaluate facilities and programs. Students will
    also be aware of some career options in the field
    of physical fitness and sports.

9
Rules in the Gym
Mr. Rafferty and Mr. Johnson both expect
students to portray appropriate behavior and
manners for participating in physical education
class. Our classes are regularly structured to
include not only individual practice of skills
but also group interaction. Students are
expected to be respectful of other students
personal space and to respect the equipment they
use Students are expected to follow the rules
below 1. Sneakers are
required. 2. Quiet when entering and
leaving. 5. When the whistle blows
stop and listen. 3. No gum or candy in the
mouth. 6. Play by the rules. 7. No sliding
on knees. 4. Careful when in motion. 8.
Stay within the safety boundary lines.
10
Sneaker Safety
  • Please work with your child so that they are able
    to tie their
  • own sneakers! This will make them feel more
    independent
  • and it will instill a greater sense of self!
  • New this year Remember your sneakers chart!
  • We feel the best type of sneakers for children
    are either
  • Velcro
  • Sneakers with laces
  • Zip up sneakers
  • The following sneakers pose a safety threat to
    your child and others
  • Heelies
  • Rubber soled bottom with shoe strap top
  • Slip ons or Sling-backs
  • Rubber Clogs
  • Platform or high heeled sneakers
  • Sneakers with no covering over the heel area

11
Class Management
  • Stop, look and listen in the ready position when
    the whistle blows!
  • Carrots! students sit down to learn the rules
    or a concept.

12
Playground Safety Unit
  • Address all the safety rules in the School
    Handbook.
  • Review procedures for accidents, strangers, stray
    animals and other emergencies.
  • Discuss how to play fair and how to play safe.

13
Playground Safety Unit
Review proper clothing and footwear for playing.
Use equipment the way it is meant to be
used.
14
Bean Bag Unit
  • This unit uses small manipulative objects to
    reinforce eye-hand/eye-foot coordination and
    basic body and spatial awareness concepts.
  • Students learn underhand, overhand and sidearm
    throwing techniques.

15
Slo-Mo Ball Unit
  • Develop fine and gross motor movement as well as
    refining eye-hand and eye-foot coordination.
  • Develop throwing and catching skills.

16
Hula Hoop Unit
  • To develop fine as well as gross motor
    coordination and body awareness skills. Students
    use hoops to jump and hula hoop in rhythm.
    Students explore the various ways to spin a hoop.

17
Parachute Unit
  • Develop large and small muscle strength along
    with cardiovascular fitness.
  • Develop teamwork and cooperation among students.

18
Soccer Unit
  • Develop skills of passing, shooting, dribbling in
    a developmentally appropriate program.
  • Develop eye-foot coordination, agility and motor
    planning.

19
Scooters Unit
  • Develop overall coordination, increase muscular
    strength, refine gross motor movements and
    contralateral coordination.
  • Increases appropriate peer interaction in the
    P.E. setting.

20
Basketball Unit
  • Develop basic skills of ball handling, passing,
    shooting and dribbling in a developmentally
    appropriate framework.

21
Jump Bands
  • Students learn a new form of fitness exercise
    using Jump Bands. Students develop
    cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance,
    coordination, rhythmical dance choreography and
    cooperation.

22
Stations Unit
  • Students practice a variety of locomotor and
    sport skills such as agility running, skipping
    rope and batting practice! Other stations
    included shooting hoop, golf putting, jax, hula
    hooping, tennis drills and many others.

23
Bowling Unit Mrs. Boyds K Class
  • Students learn a recreational sport. Students
    develop gross and fine motor skills, accuracy and
    coordination while working cooperatively with
    others.

24
Square Dance Unit
  • Students learn teamwork and cooperation along
    with increasing their physical fitness.
  • Cultural aspects of dance are explored as they
    relate to the relevant topic.

25
Modern Dance Unit
  • Students perform choreographed popular dances.
  • Some of the dances students learn include La
    Macarena, Cotton Eyed Joe, The Bunny Hop, The
    Chicken Dance, The Twist and Hip Hop Dance.

26
Cultural Dance Unit
  • Students learn dances from other countries.
  • Some of these dances are from the Arts in
    Education program.
  • Some of the dances students learn include La
    Raspa, The Chinese Ribbon Dance, The Tarantella,
    The South African Boot Dance, The Samba (new this
    year!) and The Irish Jig.

27
Cultural Dances Unit
  • To develop rhythm, timing, cooperation and
    physical fitness while integrating cultural dance
    activities in the K-2 P.E. curriculum.

28
Gymnastics Unit
  • Develops overall muscular strength, physical
    fitness, and kinesthetic awareness.
  • Increases static and dynamic balance through the
    use of gymnastic apparatus.

29
Gymnastics Unit
30
Gymnastics Unit
31
Ropes Climbing Wall
  • Build confidence, trust and self-esteem.
  • Develop contralateral coordination and body
    awareness.

32
Heart Power Unit
  • Students viewed an American Heart Association
    video for 4 minutes at the beginning of each
    class to learn about 3 important points 1)Eat
    healthy foods 2) Move around enough 3) Live
    tobacco free. They learned about responding to
    emergencies such as choking and a heart attack
    and we played games to emphasize the information
    learned (Heimlich Hug Tag Game and Heart Alert
    Tag Game).

33
Circus Arts Unit
  • Students practice fine motor and manipulative
    skills by balancing, tossing, spinning and
    twirling a variety of objects.

34
Circus Arts Unit
35
Urban Cultural Games
  • Students learn common city street games and
    cultural games such as Boxball, Hit the Penny
    Chinese Handball. There are many opportunities
    for throwing, catching and throwing for accuracy.

36
Step Aerobics Strength Training
Students learn choreographed movements on the
step to enhance their cardiovascular fitness. In
addition to step aerobics, students also use
resistance bands to strengthen major muscles.
37
Outdoor Games Unit
  • Activities developed and designed for application
    outdoors.
  • Develop all the parameters of physical fitness
    and refining all gross motor movements.
  • Some activities include frisbee, tennis,
    kickball, and t-ball games.

38
Indoor Games Unit
  • Students play a variety of running tag games.
    Some of their favorites are Snakes in the Grass,
    What time is it Mr. Fox, and Wallball.

39
Field Day Unit
  • Students participate in a variety of relays and
    activities designed to enhance their movement
    experience in a fun environment.

40
Partners in Health Fitness
P.A.P Relationship We look forward to seeing
you on parent visitation days and at our dance
festival this year. Please feel free to call us
with any questions, concerns or comments. Mr.
Rafferty- Ext 2148 Mr. Johnson-Ext 2149
41
Grading
  • Students grades are based on three categories
    and are graded for specials (Art, Music, Library
    PE) similarly
  • Based on Learning Standards, effort and behavior
  • 4- Outstanding
  • 3- Proficient
  • 2-Developing
  • 1-Unsatisfactory

42
  • Thank you for your time!!
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