Indiana Learning Standards - Physical Education — Grade 1


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1.1.1

Perform locomotor skills with developmentally appropriate challenges to reinforce learning of basic movements

1.1.2

Perform nonlocomotor skills with developmentally appropriate challenges to reinforce learning fundamental movements.

1.1.3

Perform manipulative skills with developmentally appropriate challenges to reinforce learning fundamental movements.

1.1.4

Perform fundamental rhythmic skills alone, with a partner, or in a group.

1.2.1

Demonstrate fundamental movement vocabulary and cue words for learning skills

1.2.2

Identify and demonstrate the basic principles of age appropriate locomotor, nonlocomotor and manipulative skills.

1.2.3

Demonstrate variations in moving with directional, spatial and temporal awareness.

1.2.4

Identify major body parts, muscles and bones used to move and support the body.

1.3.1

Engage in health-related physical fitness activities or games during physical education class, recess, and/or or leisure time with ones family and friends.

1.3.2

Record participation in physical activities by type of activity and time.

1.4.1

Demonstrate how increasing the intensity of an activity will increase the heart rate.

1.4.2

Describe the basic effect of regular exercise on muscles.

1.4.3

Perform exercises for muscle groups that are strengthened by specific exercises.

1.4.4

Participate in activities that increase cardiorespiratory endurance.

1.4.5

Demonstrate stretches that will improve flexibility.

1.4.6

Participate in an active physical education class to maintain age appropriate intensity and duration for improved physical fitness.

1.5.1

Identify and demonstrate safety practices and personal responsibility during physical education class, recess and after school physical activities.

1.5.2

Demonstrate and apply an understanding of rules and directions for an active class.

1.5.3

Demonstrate cooperative play with children of varying abilities

1.5.4

Demonstrate respect and compassion for children with individual differences.

1.6.1

Identify personal goals and demonstrate a willingness to achieve specific movement skills and physical fitness challenges.

1.6.2

Respond to and apply basic skill elements, given by the teacher, for learning and developing motor skills.

1.6.3

Demonstrate self-expression in a physical activity setting

1.6.4

Express enthusiasm for participating in physical activity.