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.
*Juggling Scarves *Ball Activities
*Scoops & Balls *Paddles & Balls
*Jump Ropes *Wands
Body Management Skills: Skills used to control the body in a variety of situations. These skills require an integration of agility, coordination, balance, and flexibility.
Rhythmic Movement Skills: Rhythm is the basis of music and dance. The purpose is to provide a variety of fundamental movement experiences so the child can learn to move effectively and efficiently and can develop a sense of Rhythm.
Gymnastic Skills: Skills used to develop body management (flexibility, agility, balance, strength, & body control).
*Tumbling & Balance
*Partner & Group Stunts
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 *Basketball
*Football *Team Handball
*Floor Hockey *Badminton
Personal Challenge Skills: Skills used while participating in relays.