P. E. Ipg’s Guideline pk/phd: 2b begins to play catch with a beanbag or a large ball. Matrix



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Week 23

Pre-Kindergarten

P.E. IPG’s


Guideline PK/PHD: 2B Begins to play catch with a beanbag or a large ball.


Matrix #115 & 119 Rhythm Performances/Catching
Week #23
Card #20 Musical Scarves
Description Use one or more scarves per student

Move to the music with scarves


Equipment Brightly colored scarves for each child

Appropriate music



Day 1 Give each student a scarf and have them spread out in general space. Students should remain stationary as they move the scarves. Play music for the students to move the scarf to. Allow the students to experiment with how to move their scarves to the music. As the music plays, call out where the students should be moving the scarf. (above head, below knees, behind back, high, low) Play music that has a variety of tempos. As the music plays fast, the scarves should move fast, as the music plays slow, the scarves should move slowly.




Day 2 Review Day 1. Have the students to move their bodies and the scarf to music. Allow the students to experiment with how to move their bodies and the scarf to the music. As the music plays, call out where the students should be moving the scarf. (above head, below knees, behind back, high, low) As the music plays, call out the locomotor skills to be used as the students move. Play music that has a variety of tempos. As the music plays fast, the students and the scarves should move fast, as the music plays slow, the students and the scarves should move slowly.



Day 3 Give each student a scarf and have them spread out in general space. Have the students toss the scarf and watch it fall to the ground. Make sure that the students are using both hands to toss. After the students have mastered tossing, have them toss the scarf up and let it land on different body parts. (arm, hand, leg, head, knee, back) Have the students toss the scarf and catch it before it hits the floor. Make sure that students are tossing and catching with both hands.
Day 4 Review Day 3. Have the students toss the scarves across their bodies to the opposite side and catch it with the hand on that side. The students should then use that hand to toss the scarf to the other side of their body and catch with the hand on that side. This is the beginning stage of juggling. The cues are toss across and catch down. This will be tough for this age student. They will need to have lots of practice time. If they become frustrated, have the students toss and catch with a partner instead.
Day 5 Review the previous days. Allow the students to practice their favorite scarf movement. For those students who mastered the beginning stages of juggling, have them toss and catch 2 scarves. To do this, they must toss the first scarf across their body, toss the second scarf to the opposite side of their body and then catch the first scarf tossed first and then toss the second scarf tossed. Repeat. For those students who are not ready for this step, allow them to repeat Days 1-3 with 2 scarves.
Teacher Notes Experiment with different types of music.

Use objects other than scarves –ribbon, crepe streamers.

Avoid leader demonstration to encourage students to create their own movements..



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