PE. K. Mc 2: Identify one or more of the essential elements of correct form for the five fundamental manipulative skills. Kicking Catching Throwing Dribbling Striking pe. K. Hf 2




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PE.K.MC.2.2: Identify one or more of the essential elements of correct form for the five fundamental manipulative skills.

  • Kicking

  • Catching

  • Throwing

  • Dribbling

  • Striking


PE.K.HF.3.2: Identify opportunities for increased physical activity.
PE.K.PR.4.1: Use basic strategies and concepts for working cooperatively in group settings.

Students demonstrate the ability to use understandings (e.g., “games have rules”) in group settings in physical education.


PE.K.PR.4.2: Understand how social interaction can make activities more enjoyable.

Students demonstrate the ability to understand how social interaction (including playing with friends) can make activities more enjoyable.


PE.K.PR.4.3: Use safe practices when engaging in physical education activities.

Students demonstrate the ability to use safe practices within physical education activities, with little or no reminders from the teacher.

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PE.1.MS.1.2: Use recognizable forms of the basic manipulative skills.

Students show recognizable forms of the basic manipulative skills to throwing (e.g., underhand, overhand, two-handed), catching (self-toss and from a partner), kicking (stationary and gently rolled ball), striking (with hand and short-handle paddles), and dribbling (with foot and hand) to self and/or partner.


PE.1.MC.2.2: Illustrate two or more of the essential elements of correct form for the five fundamental manipulative skills.

Students demonstrate two or more essential elements of all five manipulative skills (e.g., knows how to align body and hands to catch a variety of objects, performs an overhand throw with hand/foot opposition and correct body alignment).

Various opportunities/ examples


  • Rolling and Catching with Partner

  • Throwing Underhand to Targets

  • Self Toss and Catch

  • Overhand Throw for Distance

  • Catching and Throwing Circuit


PE.1.HF.3.2: Identify opportunities for increased physical activity.

Students identify physical activities they participate in outside of school and share why they enjoy them and how they challenge them with the class.


PE.1.PR.4.2: Understand how social interaction can make activities more enjoyable.

Students demonstrate the ability to understand how social interaction (including playing with friends) can make activities more enjoyable. (Teachers should model cooperation.)



  • Partner Activities


PE.1.PR.4.3: Use safe practices when engaging in physical education activities.

Students demonstrate the ability to use safe practices within physical education activities, with little or no reminders from the teacher.

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PE.2.MS.1.2: Execute a variety of manipulative skills while maintaining good balance and follow-through

Students will perform kicking, throwing, catching, and striking in different pathways, levels and directions when provided planned instruction.


PE.2.MC.2.2: Compare three or more of the essential elements of correct form for the five fundamental manipulative skills.

Identify three essential elements of each of the basic manipulative skills when provided with planned instruction (modify size, weight, and type of manipulative) (modify size, shape, and types of targets)

Self and Peer Skill Checklist Rubrics for individual skills


  • Catch

  • Throw

  • Force/Power/Effort

  • Accuracy

  • Distance


PE.2.PR.4.1: Explain the value of working cooperatively in group settings.

Explain in partner practice by identifying characteristics

Utilize various groupings and have students assess the differences (advantages and disadvantages)
PE.2.PR.4.2: Summarize the benefits of positive social interaction as to make activities more enjoyable.

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PE.3.MS.1.1: Execute combinations of simple locomotor skills and manipulative skills.

Combine 1 locomotor skill with each manipulative skill (throw, volley, and strike) for several combinations (run and jump to strike)


PE.3.MS.1.2: Apply basic manipulative skills while moving/traveling.

Apply 1 manipulative skill while moving in a designated pathway (forward, backwards, sideways)


PE.3.MC.2.1 Illustrate how practice, attention and effort are required to improve skills.
PE.3.MC.2.2: Integrate the essential elements of correct form for the five fundamental manipulative skills.

Use correct techniques for dribbling, striking, throwing, catching and kicking in game-like situations.



Manipulative Skills catching, throwing, dribbling, striking, kicking

Opposition, weight transfer, follow through, trunk rotation, eyes on target


PE.3.MC.2.3: Evaluate individual skills using a rubric based on critical cues.

Pair up and analyze each other’s skills using a rubric and explain to partner how to improve


PE.3.HF.3.2: Identify enjoyable and challenging physical activities that one can do for increasing periods of time without stopping.
PE.3.PR.4.1: Use self-control to demonstrate personal responsibility and respect for self and others.

Partner Practice (widely used in classroom lessons)

Centers and moving though activities as a group
PE.3.PR.4.3: Explain the importance of working productively with others.

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PE.4.MS.1.1: Execute combinations of more complex locomotor skills and manipulative skills in various physical activity settings.

Manipulative Skills:


  • Throwing(under)

  • Catching

  • PE.4.MS.1.3: Implement changes in speed during straight, curved, and zigzag pathways to open and close space using locomotor and manipulative skills.

  • With-in small game settings/drills, move in specific pathways to open and closed spaces using fakes, pivots, etc.

  • Stations for Pathways, Spacing, Locomotor skills, and Manipulative skills.

  • 1. Pathways (varying straight, curved, and zigzag pathways);

  • 2. Spacing - creating open space using pivot, fakes or other offensive skills and closing open space by closing passing lines, anticipating pass or player movement. or other defensive skills;

  • 3. Locomotor skills (walking, running, chasing, fleeing, dodging, and changing speed and direction); and

  • 4. Manipulative skills (Throwing, Catching, Kicking, Striking, Dribbling (foot/hand) and volleying.

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PE.5.MS.1.1: Executive combinations of more complex locomotor skills and manipulative skills specific to individual, dual and team activities.

Demonstrate combinations of locomotor and manipulative skills in complex and/or game-like situations such as pivoting and throwing, twisting and striking, and running and catching.

Demonstrate competence in manipulative skills in dynamic situations such as overhand throw, catch, shooting, hand dribble, foot dribble, kick, and striking activities such as hitting a softball
Movement Concepts 5 .MC

Understand concepts, principles, strategies and tactics that apply to the learning and performance of movement.


  • Identify common phases such as preparation, movement, follow through, or recovery in a variety of movement skills such as tennis serve, handstand, and free throw;

  • Identify the importance of various elements of performance for different stages during skill learning such as form, power, accuracy, and consistency; and

  • Choose appropriate drills/activities to enhance the learning of a specific skill.


PE.5.PR.4.1: Use self-control to work independently in developing responsibility and respect for self and others.

Evaluate/explain the importance of following rules and procedures while working independently or with others.


PE.5.PR.4.2: Use cooperation and communication skills to achieve common goals.

Examine and demonstrate key components for effective cooperation and communication in various size groups

Cooperative games

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PE.6.MS.1.2: Integrate locomotor and manipulative skills with partner, in small-group, and in small-sided game situations

Throwing – distance, accuracy, to stationary target, to moving target

Catching/collecting



PE.6.MC.2.1: Apply principles of practice and conditioning that enhance movement performance.
PE.6.MC.2.2: Explain the mechanics of various skills or sequences of movement to improve performance.
PE.6.PR.4.2: Use well-developed cooperation skills to accomplish group goals in both cooperative and competitive situations.

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PE.7.MS.1.1: Execute complex combinations of movement specific to game, sport, or physical activity settings games in at least one of the following activities or compositions: aquatics, team sports, individual sports, dual sports, outdoor pursuits, self-defense, dance and gymnastics.



THROWING & CATCHING - Progression skill is taught to the students. Underhand  Overhand  Side arm  Back hand Toward stationary targets  Moving targets  Incorporate into small sided games/activities
PE.7.MS.1.2: Illustrate fundamental motor skills and complex skills that contribute to movement proficiency in small sided game situations.

Throwing/Catching

Small Sided Games


PE.7.MC.2.2: Contrast information from a variety of sources, both internal and external, in terms of their relevance to guiding, improving, and modifying performance.

  • Time – when to start motion for contacting object (speed, pathway, distance)

  • Space – directing object to intended location (batting, volleyball drive/hit/serve, lead pass)

  • Flow – change of direction, acceleration, and deceleration

  • Force – speed and effort needed to direct object (batting, throwing, kicking, pushing)

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PE.8.MS.1.1: Execute proficiency in some complex combinations of movement specific to game, sport, or physical activity settings in at least two of the following activities or compositions: aquatics, team sports, individual sports, dual sports, outdoor pursuits, self-defense, dance and gymnastics.

Throwing and catching



PE.8.MC.2.1: Integrate increasingly complex discipline-specific knowledge, such as biomechanics, with movement skills.

  • Force (absorption, impact of more than one force, speed of object, generation of force)

  • Torque (how to generate, change)

  • Levers (length, speed, force generated)

  • Air resistance (impact on object, shape of the object, impact on flight)

  • Trajectory / Projection (changing flight path, angles, force applied)

  • Point of contact (impact on object, shape of the object, impact on flight)


PE.8.MC.2.2: Compare movement concepts and principles and critical elements of activity of performances representing different levels of skill.

  • Students perform peer observations to identify evidence of critical elements included in skill performance.

  • Students perform peer observations to assess skill level.


PE.8.PR.4.1: Analyze a variety of settings and situations to determine appropriate safety, ethics, and the form of social interaction.


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