Name of activity: Rollee Pollee

                                                                                     

Equipment:  Many 8” foam balls or other balls that

are rather soft and small, bean bags may also be used.

 

Grade Level: K-2

 

WV CSO’s:

PE.K.5. students will follow established class rules, procedures, and safe practices with teacher reinforcement

PE.K.5.2 students will respect the rights of others in physical activity settings

PE.1.3.3 students will attempt to perform new movement skills and activities.

PE.1.5.1 students will apply established class rules, procedures, and safe practices with minimal teacher reinforcement.

   PE.1.5.2 students will demonstrate respect for the rights of others in physical activity settings.

PE.2.3.3 students will attempt to perform new movement skills and activities.

PE.2.5.1 students will apply established class rules, procedures, and safe practices.

PE.2.5.2 students will work cooperatively with another to complete a task.

   PE.2.5.2 students will demonstrate respectful behavior toward others in physical activity settings.

 

 

Directions: Half of the class forms a circle; the other half is in the center. Balls are given to circle players. The circle players roll the balls at the feet and shoes of the center players, trying to touch them with a ball. The center players move around to avoid the balls. A center player who is touched leaves the center and joins the circle. After a period time or when all of the children have been touched with a ball, teams trade places.

     If a specified time limit is used, the team having the fewer players hit wins, or the team that puts out all the opponents in the shorter time wins. Balls that stop in the center are dead and must be taken back to the circle before being put into play again.

The preferable procedure is to have the player who recovers the ball roll it to a teammate rather than return it to his or place.

 

Source: Pangrazi, R. (2004). Lesson Plans for Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children. San Francisco: Pearson Education, Inc.

 

 

Name of activity: Stop ball

 

Equipment: a ball or beanbag

 

Grade Level: K-2

 

WV CSO’s:

PE.K.3.2 students will attempt to perform new movement activities and skills

PE.K.5.1 students will follow established class rules, procedures, and safe practices with teacher reinforcement

PE.K.5.2 students will respect the rights of others in physical activity settings

PE.1.1.4  students will bounce and catch a ball

PE.1.3.3  students will attempt to perform new movement skills and activities

PE.1.5.1  students will apply established class rules, procedures, and safe practices with minimal teacher reinforcement

PE.1.5.2  students will demonstrate respect for the rights of others in physical activity settings 

PE.2.2.1  students will identify and demonstrate directional movements of left and right

PE.2.3.3  students will attempt to perform new movement skills and activities

PE.2.5.1  students will apply established class rules, procedures, and safe practices.

PE.2.5.2  students will work cooperatively with another to complete a task.

PE.2.5.2  students will demonstrate respectful behavior toward others in physical activity setting

 

 

 

Directions: The class is divided into small circles with 5 to 7 players. One player stands in the center of the circle. A ball is tossed clockwise or counterclockwise from player to player around the circle. The player in the center calls out directions: right, left and stop. The student caught with the ball trades places with the center student and gives the directions.

 

Source: Pangrazi, R. (2004). Lesson Plans for Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children. San Francisco: Pearson Education, Inc.