Indiana Learning Standards - Physical Education — Grade K


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K.1.1

Perform basic (fundamental) locomotor skills

K.1.2

Perform basic nonlocomotor skills

K.1.3

Perform basic manipulative skills.

K.1.4

Perform basic movements in a rhythmic manner

K.2.1

Demonstrate basic (fundamental) movement vocabulary and cue words for learning skills.

K.2.2

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

K.2.3

Identify and demonstrate basic principles for learning basic movement skills.

K.3.1

Show skills and knowledge acquired in physical education class during after school physical activities

K.3.2

Display enjoyment in participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity in physical education class and in after school time.

K.4.1

Demonstrate improved cardiorespiratory endurance.

K.4.2

Demonstrate improved muscular strength and endurance.

K.4.3

Demonstrate improved flexibility in three different joints.

K.4.4

Identify the basic effects of physical activity on heart and lung function.

K.5.1

Identify and demonstrate an understanding of rules and safety practices for games and other physical activities

K.5.2

Exhibit a willingness to follow basic directions for an active class.

K.5.3

Show a positive attitude toward self and others during physical activity.

K.5.4

Demonstrate respect for other children in physical education class.

K.6.1

Express enjoyment and self-confidence when participating in movement experiences

K.6.2

Discuss personal opinions about participation in physical activity.

K.6.3

Acquire new skills and demonstrate a determination to develop those skills.