Miss Gliick's Classroom
Welcome to Physical Education and Health
Help me to have confidence in myself and put my trust in you.
Help me to play fair, admit mistakes, and go on with the game.
Help me to do my best and not worry about scoring, winning and making big plays, because just trying my best and playing fair is what makes me a winner. Both in life and on the field.
Thank you to everyone who volunteered for field day. The day would not be complete without all your help!
“The game is never more important than the people you play with.”
– Debora Demalinen Martex
” Intelligence and skill can only function at the peak of their capacity when the body is healthy and strong.” – John F Kennedy
“I love it when someone says you can’t do something, because it makes you want to do it that much more.” – Michael Phelps
” Courage is the discovery that you may not win, and still trying when you know you may lose.” – Anonymous
” Every winner was once a beginner.” _____________________________________________________________________________
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS
The following are skills that students practice during Physical Education Class.
Fundamental Motor Skills: Loco motor Skills: Skills used to move the body from place to place or to project the body upward (walking, running, skipping, hopping, galloping, sliding, leaping, & jumping). Nonlocomotor Skills: Skills performed without moving from place to place (bending, twisting, pushing, pulling, & stretching). Manipulative Skills: Skills used to handle an object. These skills form the foundation for many game skills.
*Beanbags *Ball Activities *Scoops & Balls *Paddles & Balls
*Frisbees *Hoops *Jump Ropes *Scooters
Team Sports: Games are excellent activities for developing social skills. Students can be taught to display appropriate interactive skills such as leading, following, and making decisions. Cooperative skills that include following directions, accepting individual differences, and participating in a teamwork situation are necessary for reaching common goals. Sport Lead-up games include:
*Basketball *Soccer *Volleyball *Ultimate Football
*Team Handball *Kickball *Field Hockey/Lacrosse
Physical Education class develops the foundation for lifelong fitness. Everybody needs exercise!!
Sportsmanship is the ability to:
Let everyone play
Follow the rules of the game
Respect the other team’s efforts
Follow the judgment of the referee
Give encouragement to your teammates
Did you know the food pyramid is now a food plate? Check it out at http://www.choosemyplate.gov or ask your children what they learned in health class.
The food plate teaches us to:
Focus on Fruits
Vary Your Veggies
Go Lean with Protein
Get Calcium-rich Foods
Make Half Your Grains Whole
Physical Education/Health Links: