Refinements Applications Stand facing the wall with a volleyball between both palms. Lift both arms up at the same time and toss the ball just overhead. With an open hand hit the ball to the wall.
Students will be able to identify circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles. Introduction Gather the students where they can watch the music videos. Watch Shapes Song and Preschool Shapes song on the interactive whiteboard.
After watching the videos, ask the students which shapes they noticed. Tell students that today they will be learning about shapes with a fun game and some coloring.
Place a blue square, yellow circle, orange rectangle, and red triangle in the circle. Tell your students that you will describe a shape and they are to guess which one it is.
Proceed with the following prompts: Add more choices to the circle if your class needs more of a challenge. Ask your students to think about how a circle is different from a square, and how a square is different from a triangle.
Ask your students to describe what a side is, to which they should answer one straight line that makes part of a shape. Ask your students to describe a corner, where two sides of a shape touch.
Hand out the bingo cards and counters. Put the call out sheet in plain view. Tell the students to listen and look as you call out the shapes.
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First you will describe the shape card in terms of color, number of sides, and number of corners, then you will show the card for visual matching. When students have a matching shape they will put a counter on it.
Tell the students that there may be more than one winner at a time. When someone wins, that person will be the next caller. If more than one child wins at a time, they will sit together and share the job of being the caller. As the shapes are called, help the children keep track by placing a counter on the call out sheet.
Have your students trade bingo boards between rounds. Independent working time Have the students remain in a circle. Hand out the Shapes Jumble worksheet.
Read the instructions and model how to color one or two of the shapes. Ask your students to raise their hands if they understand what they will be doing.
Dismiss them to work independently. Advanced students may create a picture using shapes. Struggling students may use a shape chart as they play the game and complete their work.
Some students may benefit from playing the game again in a small group. Assessment 5 minutes During guided practice, the students should increase in speed and confidence as the bingo game progresses.
Look for students who need support. Sit closer to them and give clues and encouragement. During independent practice, the students should follow directions and color accurately.physical education is not a new idea, current approaches to fitness education should be This fitness unit plan uses the common four part lesson plan guide to instruction.
Each lesson should include an introductory activity or warm-up, fitness activity, lesson focus. ORGANIZATION AND PHYSICAL APPEARANCE: The guide contains one set of lesson plans for grades kindergarten through two and another for grades three through six, each of which is broken down into four activity parts: (1) introductory activities, (2) fitness development activities, (3) lesson focus activities, and (4) game activities.
College/University Physical Education Teacher Education Programs • Use the tool to teach program candidates about critical instructional skills, for discussion. An outline of my lesson plan for the first day of school in my Physical Education Classes.
Physical Education 4 Part Lesson Plan. Lesson Plan in Physical Education (P.E.) IV I.
Objectives A. Describes the correct concept of good posture; B.
Exhibits the value of discipline; and C. Demonstrates the correct sitting and standing postures. II. Subject Matter A. Topic Correct Body Posture B.
References Lesson Plans in Physical Education 4. Physical education prepares children for an active and healthy life while improving self discipline and reducing stress. This section includes PE lessons from kindergarten through high school spanning different skill levels and objectives.