2nd Grade PE

  •  Hello parents and students,

         Below is a list of things we would do if we were face to face learning at school.  I've drawn out many of the skills and activitites we will be learning as best we can through ZOOM and Flip Grid.  If you feel a little anxious and starting to have some anxiety, its okay Im feeling that too.  Distance Teaching is like trying to ride a bike for the first time without training wheels.  Theres gonna be a lot of crying, crashing and getting up again, but we can do this.  Never give up, always try your best and when you fall get up and try it again.

     

    Stay safe and sane.

     

    Here's a list of what we'll learn

    • raise your hand for any questions
    • find your space when we're lining up
    • keep your hands and feet to yourself
    • socks....on
    • shoes...tied
    • velco... velcroed
    • snap....snapped
    • strap... strapped
    • belt... belted
    • button... buttoned

     

    When we run:

    Q:    Do we push?

           A:  no.

    Q:   Do we shove?

           A:  no.

    Q:   Are we here hurt each other?

           A:  no.

    • Stay away from each other
    • Run outside the yellow line
    • Breath in your nose, breath out your mouth
    • Do no hold hands when you run

    First lap - JOG - jogging is faster than walking and slower than running

    Second lap - RUN - swing your arms opposite one another and lengthen your stride

    • All the way to the four square

    Once there and if you can't catch your breath:

    • Cover your nose and mouth cupping your hands over your face
    • Slowly breath in your nose and out your mouth
    • Until your breathing becomes normal and smooth

    Then begin walking through the yellow line ...

    • Walk through the Four squares to the last Four square
    • Then water, bathroom and wash your hands
    • Team Meeting in the Four Square facing the Computer Lab

     

    Do you remember how we wash our hands?

    How many squishes of soap?  - 1

    Rubbing our hands together what song do we sing?  - Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to meee'ee, Happy Birthday to me.

    Turning on the water and placing our hands in the water... What song do we sing?  - Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to meee'ee, Happy Birthday to me.

    How many pieces of paper do we use to wipe our hands? - 1

    Where does the paper go? - In the trash, good job.

     

    Do you remember how to drink water from the water fountain? 

    • Line up, facing the water fountain   
    • Count 5 mississippi's once the water hits their lips. 
    • Do this for every student in front of you
    • 1 mississippi
    • 2 mississippi
    • 3 mississippi
    • 4 mississippi
    • 5 mississippi
    • Step aside.

    Remember if you are still thirsty go to the end of the line and do it all over again.

    After our warm up laps in team meeting.

     

    Q:    How will I know when you're Ready?   

          A:    When we're quiet.

     

     

    How to make decisions when we don't agree. Or how to break a tie.

    Back to Back Rock, Paper, Scissors.

    Q: How many do we have to win to win?

        A: 2

    Q: What happens if i cheat?

       A: the other person wins automatically

    Q: Are there do overs because you are not ready?

       A: No. That's why it's important to ask if they are ready before you start.

     

     

    Activities to practice.

    walk, jog, run, side step, gallop (cat / dog), hop, jump and skip

     

     

    Games and skills we have learned and how to play them.

     

    Tetherball

    There are 6 ways to hit the ball

    • Fist for power
    • Hand for control
    • Double fist for double power
    • Double hand for double control
    • Fist and hand for power and control 
    • and Hand fist for control and power

    The line in the middle of the circle splits the circle into two sides, yours and theirs

    The JUDGES are the next two people in line and the players playing the game.  If at anytime any of these four, calls an out -

    • LINE, OUT- stepping over the middle line at any time after the ball is served
    • POLE, OUT- touching the pole with any part of your body, hands or arms
    • STOP or GRAB, OUT the ball with one or both hands
    • DOUBLE HIT, OUT - hitting the ball twice on your side in the same turn
      • the ball can be hit, then hit again on the same side if after the first hit, causes the ball to hit the pole
      • hitting the ball into the pole resets your hits
      • 1 hit per ball per side on a turn
    • ROPE, OUT - grabbing the rope, the rope barely touches any part of your hand or arm
    • ARGUING with the JUDGE, OUT.

    The player that did it first, loses and the next two players step in.

    Always protect your face.

    How to play

    1. Decide who is server - Rock, paper, scissors
    2. Winner - chooses which side to start from
    3. Not winner - chooses the direction they want hit the ball
    4. Server (winner) winds the rope around the pole 3 times around the pole, not their way
    5. Server must serve the ball (hit the ball)

    Q:   How many Mississippis' must the 'not server' wait before they can hit the ball?

         A: 3

    Q:  After the server hits the ball, when can the server hit the ball again?

         A: After the 'not winner' makes their first hit.

    A TETHER (WIN) - is when the ball has wrapped all the rope around the pole and can't go any farther.

    NEXT TWO.

      

    Sharks and Minnows

    Good Tags are on the

    • shoulder and back

    Q:    How many Minnows can a Shark tag?

       A:  1

    Q:    Where do sharks and new sharks go after they are tagged?

       A:    Back to the Middle of the Ocean.

    Q:    What do we wait for before we can tag again?

       A:    The next go word.

     

     

    Games and activities we would learn

    Under Hand toss to and with a partner

    • Find a partner
    • Back to back
    • turn and face each other toes touching
    • take three steps back, counting each step as one
    • Stand with your feet together, facing your partner
    • aim - place the hand you write with on top of the hand you dont write with, place the bean bag in the hand you write with 
    • look at your bean bag and your partner
    • While still looking at your partner, Pull the arm of the hand you write with back
    • Point at your partners neck with the hand you don't write with 
    • step forward with the opposite foot of the hand you write with, swing and switch arms for balance
    • let the bag go about waist high

    Partners:

    • hold both of your hands out about chest high, palms up
    • feet staggered - take a half a step forward with the foot you don't kick with, with the foot you do kick with take a half a step back behind you
    • bend your knees slightly 
    • keep your eyes on the bag
    • protect your face
    • watch the bag as you reach to grab it out of the air.

    Partners repeat the steps your partner just did for underhand tossing

    First partner repeat the steps the second partner did to catch the bag.

    When you've both caught the bag 10 times each without dropping it.  Try, every time you both catch the bag you both take a step back.  If one partner catches it and the other misses it, you have to start over, toes touching and 3 steps back each.  Good luck have fun.

     

    Scoop ball

     

    Scoop

    1. Cleaned and dried milk jug
    2. holding the handle upside down with the bottom facing up
    3. Using adult scissor, while holding the jug upside down, puncture a hole at the corner near the middle of the jug in a straight line to the other corner just above the handle
    4. Starting from the corner near the handle cut a diagonal line to the opposite bottom of the jug.  Since the jug is being held upside down the bottom is now the top.
    5. At this corner follow the crease of the bottom (top) of the jug to the other corner
    6. From this corner cut diagonally to the corner near the middle of the jug by the handle.  The cut out piece should be easy to remove.
    7. Using the edge of the scissors, smooth and remove any rough edges or splinters free from the jug.
    8. While holding the jug upside down and the edges smoothed you should be holding what looks like a scoop.

    Place a tennis ball inside the scoop and follow the steps to Partner Underhand toss.

    Some modifications are:

    • hold the handle with the hand you write with.
    • Place the scoop in the hand you don't write with
    • Lock your wrist 
    • Watch the ball and move the scoop under the ball to catch it.

     

    Practice and review:    Submarine

     

    Learn new game:

    Double Dodgeball

    The big circle is what counts.  There is in the circle and outside the circle.

    Q: What counts?

         A: Below the waist.

    Q: What kind of throws are okay?

         A: Underhand toss or Bowling.

    Q: Can we step inside the Donut when we Bowl or Underhand toss?

         A: no.

    Q: Can we reach inside the Circle to get the ball?

         A: no.

    Q: Do we have to wait for the ball to come all the way out of the Circle to get it?

        A: yes.

    Q: Can we move in our space?

        A: yes.

    Q: Can we move around other people to other spaces?

        A: No, we have to stay and play in our space.

    Q: If the ball passes through my legs, who can get the ball?

        A: only you.

    Q: If a ball passes between two other students, who can go get that ball?

        A: only those two people.

    Q: If a ball passes between two people can someone from anywhere outside the Circle go get the ball?

        A: no, that's cheating and not fair to the other students.

    Q: Should we pay attention to the ball?

        A: yes, this way when the ball comes to me I can play the game.

    Q: When you are hit below the waist, who do you switch places with?

        A: The person that hit you.

    Q: If you are hit below the waist and you are heading out, but someone else hits you below the waist.  Does the second person get to go in the Circle even though you have already been hit by someone else?

        A:  Yes

    Q: Who are you supposed to switch with if two people hit you below the waist?

         A: The closest person or the first person that hit you.

     

     

    Review and add new skills:

    Jumping rope

    Remember hopping is one foot and jumping is two feet.

    Warm up using the swing step around for 30 seconds

    Rope turning takes practice.  There is no jumping, just swinging.  

    • hold your arms away from your body
    • make light fists with your hands
    • turn your wrists in small circles starting from the back to the front, 30 times
    • now pick up the rope
    • hold the handles away from your body 
    • start the rope behind you
    • raise your arms up and pull the rope down over your head so it hits your feet
    • count out loud -1
    • raise your arms back up and pull the rope down over your head so it hits the back of you feet
    • do this 30 times

     

    Remember swing the rope over your head and step over the rope with one foot and lift the other foot up so the rope will pass under easily and you will avoid being tangled in the rope.  Swing the rope again and step again.  Swing, step, swing, step, swing step.

    As you get better you can go faster.

    • don't duck your head
    • look where you are going
    • step like people
    • don't look down
    • do your best

     

    Practice ankle jumps without the rope.

    • feet together
    • on your toes
    • stand up straight
    • eyes forward
    • light jump

    No monster jumps or hulk jumps, just light on you toes jumps.  If you jump and bend your knees you will tire quickly and want to quit, try 5 in a row without stopping, rest and try again when you can do these easily without getting too tired add 5 more.  Keep adding 5 until your up to 30 without getting tired.  Don't forget to drink some water.  Not too much, if you do drink too much theres a good chance of throwing up.  So a couple sips wont hurt.  When you can do 30 toe jumps in a row without getting too tired lets add the rope.

    Rope turning takes practice.  There is no jumping, just swinging.  

    • hold your arms away from your body
    • make light fists with your hands
    • turn your wrists in small circles starting from the back to the front, 30 times
    • now pick up the rope
    • hold the handles away from your body 
    • start the rope behind you
    • raise your arms up and pull the rope down over your head so it hits your feet
    • count out loud -1
    • raise your arms back up and pull the rope down over your head so it hits the back of you feet
    • do this 30 times

    Remember

    • stand up straight
    • look straight ahead
    • count out loud when it hits your feet

    After 30 times add your toe jumps to your turns.  Your going to want to look down, don't.  Look straight ahead and use the edge of your eye and just before the rope hits the ground your going to want to jump. remember dont stop turning and don't sit down when you jump or bend your knees.

     

    Remember there are two types of jumps and about 125 tricks.  We get to practice about 50 by 5th grade.

     

    Single jump looks and sounds like this:  jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, these are or can be very fast and is for the more advanced students with a sports background.  Rope swings are quick.

    Double jump looks and sounds like this: jump, bounce - jump, bounce - jump, bounce - this is a slower paced type, more for relaxed ropers. Rope swings are pretty slow.

    Bell, start with your toes facing a painted line or straight crack in the sidewalk, using either jump, single or double, your choice, jump over the crack, completelyland on the other side and count, half, swing the rope again and jump back over the line landing near where you started and over the crack and rope, count one.  Keep going until you can do 20 in a row, without stopping or messing up.

        Remember if you need rest, do it and if you need water, get it.  Then try again.  Its only rope.  You have a brain, take your time, try again, do your best.  Keep moving Forward.

    Skier, start with the favorite side of your favorite foot against painted line or straight crack in the side walk, feet together, using either single or double jump.  Feet together, swing the rope and jump over the line, landing on your toes.  This is counted as half. Do this again, but staying on your toes, side of the foot you don't like next to the line, jump back over the line.  Feet together, don't forget to swing your rope.  This is counted as 1.  You have passed this level once you can do 20 in a row without stopping.  Remember how to count: half, one, half, two, half, three....half, nineteen and half, twenty.

     

    Basketball Skills

    Q:      What size ball do we use and why?

         A:    A my size ball works best.  

    Explaination: My size balls make them easier to control and are the right weight and have the proper curve for smaller and younger students to dribble and shoot.

     

    Ball Handling Skills

    • find the hand you write with
    • the fatty part toward the end of your fingers, not the tips
    • are called 'FINGER PADS'
    • using your FINGER PADS place the ball on the ground
    • Starting at the tip of the shoe of the foot you kick with, using only your finger pads on both hands, roll the ball around your foot back to the front and count 1 time up to number 10
    • Switch to the other foot and do 10 more
    • Pick up and move the ball to the knee of the side you write with, using only your finger pads on both hands, roll the ball around your knee back to your knee and count 1 time up to number 10
    • Switch to the other knee and do 10 more
    • Pick up the ball and place it on your belly button, starting with the hand you write with roll the ball around your body 10 times, every time you pass your belly button count
    • When your done start at your belly button and try it in the other direction

     

    Dribbling

    Q:  What do we use to dribble a ball?

         A:  FINGER PADS

    Remember...

    • Lock your wrist
    • Bend at the elbow
    • Use your whole arm
    • Push down with your FINGER PADS
    • The ball should dribble about waist high
    • Look where your going
    • 10 dribbles with the hand you write with switch to the hand you don't write with 3 times each side
    • Dribble at all levels Medium level on your knees, dribble in front of your knees, dribble next to your legs and dribble behind each foot
    • Low level, sitting on the ground, using the hand you write with, dribble on the side of the hand you write with and the hand you don't write with dribbling on the side you don't write with.
    • Cross your legs dribble in front of your crossed legs, use both hands 10 times on each side.

     

    Shooting      

    •  Start with your feet together
    • Take a half step forward using the foot you kick with
    • line your foot and knee up with the basketball hoop or net
    • place the ball on your knee and place your hand on the belly of the ball (the belly of the ball are where the lines or ribs of the ball are the farthest apart)
    • place the finger tips of the hand you write with below a line or rib, palm down, holding the ball in place
    • place the hand you don't write with on the side of the ball where all the lines come together, for balance
    • dribble the nall 2 to 3 times
    • replace the ball on your knee realign your foot and knee with the basket
    • keep your knee bent
    • Lift the ball up in the hand you write with, slightly above your head
    • keep your elbow bent back, wrist and hand lined up with the basket 
    • hand you don't write with still placed on the side of the ball for balance 
    • eye watching the ball and the basket

    To shoot

    • At the same time straighten your knee and elbow, pull the hand you don't write with down to keep the ball moving up and balanced
    • Push the ball straight up, the ball will start to roll backwards by itself, when it gets to the tips of your fingers, snap your wrist forward
    • the ball will go up, spin backwards and if you are aiming for the top middle line of the square on the backboard and it hits pretty close, the ball should go in
    • If it doesn't, don't give up, try your steps again

    REMEMBER...

        After you shoot you must always dribble the ball where ever you go after you shoot

    Practice, practice, practice....

      

    Volleyball Skills

    Tossing:

    • Hands out
    • arms down
    • feet shoulder width apart
    • bend your knees
    • head facing foerward   -   Toss
    • Straighten your legs, lift your arms and flick your wrists up

    Depending where you aim the ball is where it goes.  A self toss willl have the ball go up and back down to your arms to bump or set.

    Bumping:

    Finding your preferred grip:

    • hand in hand, thumbs in, wrists up, arms straight and pointed down
    • fists together, thumbs flat, arms straight and pointed down
    • fist in hand, thumbs flat, arms straight and pointed down

    Proper stance and form:

    • Bumping the ball straight in front of you, stagger your feet,
    • foot you don't kick with half a step in front of you,
    • foot you do kick with half a step behind you,
    • bend your knees.  

    Get under the ball and have the ball land between your elbow and wrists, lift your arms up and forward, not straight up, but no higher than your neck.

    Setting:

    • Form a window above your head, hand open, palm out, your left hand, with your thumb out will form the letter 'L', your right hand, palm out with your thumb out will form a backward '_l' this is called a WINDOW.
    • Hold your window above your head, make sure its smaller than your head, if its bigget than your head there is a tendency the ball will hit you in the face.  

     

    REMEMEBER always protect your face.

    • Feet shoulder width apart
    • bend your knees
    • bend your elbows
    • look through your window

    Set

    • Move under the ball with your elbows bent
    • feet apart, bend your knees
    • as the ball falls toward you, right before the ball touches your fingers
    • straighten your knees and elbows
    • push the ball up and snap your wrists out
    • you control what the ball does, up and over, up and back or straight up.
    • move out of the way. 

    REMEMEBER always protect your face.

    Serving:

    • Shoulder of the hand you don't write with to the net
    • Hand out (hand you don't write with) Place the ball in this hand
    • Elbow (of the hand you don't write with) in
    • Make a fist (hand you write with)
    • Place this fist (hand you write with) under the hand (you don't write with)
    • Pull the (the hand you write with) fist back
    • Step to the net
    • Roll the ball  (turn the wrist of the hand you don't write with) toward your fist
    • Serve (Swing your fist down and up hitting your wrist, under the ball)
    • Follow through (Keep your arm straight and lift it up above your head)
    • Drag the toe of your kicking foot

     

    The game 'CLEAN my ROOM'

     

     

    Scooter Boards

    • Safety First, always wear shoes with socks. 
    • Make sure your shoes are tied. 
    • Make sure jackets or sweatshirts are not dangling over the side of the board. 
    • Keep your bottom in the middle of the board, to avoid head injuries. 
    • Keep your fingers and hands inside the handles to avoid smashed fingers.
    • Use your feet for gas and brakes.
    • Always look over your shoulder if you are scooting backwards. 
    • Remember no crashing. 
    • Keep your feet out from under the boards, others may not see you and injure you more.

     

    Partner Scooter Boards (Pushers and Sitters)

    The Sitter:

    • Sitters sit just off center from the middle of the board, criss cross
    • Hands in the handles
    • Back straight 
    • Leaning slightly backward
    • Sitters control the speed by saying faster or slower to their Pusher

    The Pusher:

    • Pushers using their Finger Pads on the 'Sitters' scapulas are to push
    • never grab or pull
    • and always listen to their 'Sitters' to avoid panic and crashes
    • Turns are achieved by pushing the opposite scapula in the direction they want to go only 
    • Right turns - push on the left scapula 
    • Left turns - push on the right scapula
    • To slow down the Pusher pushes lighter
    • To go faster the pusher moves their legs faster

    In a line the first person is the first sitter and the second person becomes the first pusher.

    After finishing the course the First sitter goes to the end of the line and keeps standing.

    The Second person was the First Pusher is now the Second Sitter, after being pushed they will go to the end of the line and sit behind the standing First sitter and move when the line moves.

    When the last Pusher sits, the First Sitter becomes the last Pusher and pushes the last sitter through the course, when they return to the line the board is turned over and both the Sitter and the Pusher run to the end of the line and sit.  Effectively ending the game.