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SW use a two-footed takeoff and land with control in a variety of directions.

SW use a two-footed takeoff and land with control in a variety of directions.
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Moving To Success
Physical Education
PE lesson plans
PE unit plans
PE
Movement Education
Locomotor Skills
Locomotor Patterns
Kindergarten movement experiences
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Jumping refers to a two-footed takeoff to a two-footed landing, a two-footed takeoff to a one-footed landing, and a one-footed takeoff to a two-footed landing. This motor task will focus on the two-footed takeoff and landing. It can be performed by jumping up, forward, backward, and in diagonal directions. Some five-year-olds may have difficulty taking off and landing on both feet. Do not be concerned about this in the early experiences. In the early experiences, emphasize hip, knee, and ankle flexion. Students will focusing on the two-footed landing as they demonstrate control of the takeoff.

The unit has the following sections:
A clearly defined motor task objective
Planning
Student Performance Rubric
Summative Assessment
Learning Sequence – Task Extensions
Teaching Cues
Formative Assessment
How to integrate all PE Standards into the learning experience
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2 pages
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