Indiana Learning Standards - Physical Education — Grade 2


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2.1.1

Perform locomotor skills proficiently and in combinations with developmentally appropriate challenges.

2.1.2

Perform stability skills proficiently and in combinations, with developmentally appropriate challenges.

2.1.3

Perform manipulative skills proficiently with developmentally appropriate challenges.

2.1.4

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

2.1.5

Perform locomotor and manipulative combined skills with developmentally appropriate challenges.

2.2.1

Identify and demonstrate efficient movement with objects that present balance, change of direction and spatial awareness challenges.

2.2.2

Identify and begin to demonstrate techniques for efficient and safe movement.

2.2.3

Identify and apply the basic elements for efficient locomotor, nonlocomotor, stability, and manipulative skills.

2.2.4

Understand and demonstrate strategies for active games.

2.2.5

Develop selected academic concepts to integrate in fitness workouts and/or games.

2.3.1

Participate actively in all physical education classes and in unorganized or organized physical fitness and play opportunities during after school time.

2.3.2

Participates in and keeps a record of activities outside of physical education class that provide opportunities to demonstrate a healthy lifestyle.

2.4.1

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

2.4.2

Describe what can happen to the body of a person who does not exercise and who consumes too much food.

2.4.3

Develop and describe the components of health-related physical fitness.

2.4.4

Perform and recognize the difference between high, medium, and low intensity activities for developing cardiorespiratory endurance.

2.5.1

Identify and demonstrate safety practices and personal responsibility for an active class and games.

2.5.2

Demonstrate and apply rules and directions for an active class.

2.5.3

Demonstrate cooperative play with a partner and small or large groups regardless of personal differences.

2.5.4

Demonstrate respect and compassion for students with individual differences.

2.6.1

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

2.6.2

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

2.6.3

Express enthusiasm as a result of participation in physical activity.