Indiana Learning Standards - Physical Education — Grade 3


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3.1.1

Demonstrate mature fundamental locomotor and manipulative movement skills with variations.

3.1.2

Demonstrate different fundamental movement skills to form increasingly complex skills.

3.1.3

Utilize manipulative equipment combined with movement skills to perform specific sport skills

3.1.4

Demonstrate movement skills and patterns following specific rhythms

3.2.1

Describe various balance forms utilizing base of support concepts.

3.2.2

Describe movement principles and apply mature movement patterns in various manipulative challenges.

3.2.3

Describe and demonstrate the use of force to move objects various distances.

3.3.1

Select and participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity in physical education class and during after school time.

3.3.2

Identify healthy behaviors that represent a physically active lifestyle.

3.4.1

Participate in self assessments and formal fitness assessments

3.4.2

Identify strengths and areas needing improvement in personal fitness

3.4.3

Establish personal goals based upon results of fitness assessments.

3.4.4

Define and develop the five components of health-related physical fitness

3.4.5

Describe and demonstrate examples of the five components of health-related physical fitness.

3.4.6

Participate in activities that enhance health-related physical fitness on a regular basis.

3.5.1

Work cooperatively with others to obtain common goals in a game situation.

3.5.2

Recognize and avoid unsafe practices and situations

3.5.3

Demonstrate respect and compassion for the individual differences of others while participating in physical activities.

3.5.4

Encourage classmates who demonstrate difficulty with skill performance.

3.6.1

Demonstrate feelings through a pattern of locomotor and nonlocomotor movements

3.6.2

Express enjoyment when applying new skills while participating in partner and group physical activities.

3.6.3

Participate in cooperative problem-solving physical activity challenges.