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UNIT: GYMNASTICS
GRADE K - 2
  ANNUAL CURRICULUM
Warm Up
Locomotor Movement (K-4)
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Lesson Plan Outline

UNITS K-2
September - Animal Walks
October - Self & Space
November - Heart & Lungs
December - Dribbling
January - Kicking & Punting
February - Games & Culture
March - Gymnastics
April - Striking & Volleying
May - Striking with Implements
June - Fitness Fun

LESSONS: GYMNASTICS
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4

Unit: Gymnastics
When: March
Number of Lessons: 4 - Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3, Lesson 4
State Standards: Goal 19 - 19.A.1; 19.B.1; 19.C.1
Goal 20 - 20.A.1a; 20.A.1b; 20.B.1; 20.C.1
Goal 21 - 21.A.1a; 21.A.1b; 21.A.1c; 21.B.1
Goal 22 - 22.B.1
Goal 23 - 23.B.1; 23.C.1
Goal 24 - 24.A.1a; 24.A.1b;
Skills: Nonlocomotor skills, balancing, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility
General Objective: Safety in regards to unit topic
Enhance nonlocomotor skills
Enhance locomotor skills
Combination of locomotor skills and nonlocomotor skills
Enhance balance
Enhanced fitness - muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition
Promote development of neuromuscular system
Increase self-esteem and self-efficacy
Improve body awareness
Improve kinesthetic intelligence
Decrease number of accidents due to poor body control
Fun and enjoyment
Promote teamwork
Promote long term gains through enjoyment and success, which will result in continued voluntary participation in physical activity
Promote desire to perform in front of an audience