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Hope that your student's school year has been fabulous so far! It's hard to believe that we are in the 3rd quarter! 

We are excited about the activities that we will be introducing your child to, that come from the PE curriculum called SPARK.  Within this curriculum, there are many units that build one upon the other.  The main thing that we expect of all of our students is that they give us their BEST EFFORT every day and show us their BEST SPORTSMANSHIP!!!

Most of our PE lessons have fitness components included and we will also incorporate fitness days into our schedule.  Please encourage your child to take time out for some fitness exercises at home.

During the month of January, we will be introducing the Jumping Unit which will of course involve lots of different ways to jump, hop and leap.  Learning to Jump with a self-turned rope is the real challenge that we will tackle, along with having a long rope that is turned for them.   The next unit in January is the Dance Unit where students will be experiencing dance steps of dances they may already know as well as new dances.  Rhythm and beat are always an important factor as well as memorizing the steps involved in these dances.  All of our activities involve reinforcement of the concepts of cooperation and rule following while working in large groups.  

When looking at the assignment calendar below, note that I usually place the weeks lessons/activities under MONDAY.  Thanks for looking!

Please consider "Go Noodle" as part of your family activity time.  It is an internet based program with numerous guided physical activities for you and your family to do together!  Try it, your child has experienced "Go Noodle" in their Physical Education classes and simply love it.  Here is the link that will take you to the sign up page.  https://app.gonoodle.com/sign-up?ref_id=GNlogin&source=GoNoodle%20Login%20Page

 

Just a little reminder that students are required to wear proper fitting sneakers (athletic shoes) every day to school, since they have PE every day.  So remember that what is tied in a bow, may come out of a bow, so shoe tying is something they will need to practice often in order for them to become successful.  Should you choose to use it, there is a PDF file on shoe lace tying that can be used as a resource in teaching your child to tie a bow. 

Thanks so much  for coming to my website.  I look forward to the time that I will be able to spend with your child!

LET'S GET PHYSICAL!!!

Coach Pam Hicks

Primary PE  352-259-7700  ext. 4350

A THOUGHT TO LIVE BY:

"When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot become manifest, strength cannot be exerted, wealth becomes useless, and reason becomes powerless."

                                                                                                                                                     Herophilus, 300 B.C.

   

 

Contact: pam.hicks@tvcs.org

PDF documents
Conduct Rubric -
Go Noodle - Invite in Spanish to Parents
Go Noodle - Invite for Parents in English
Letter to parents - SPARK Curriculum & more
Participation Rubric - 2016-2017
SHOES...Do they fit? - Making sure shoes fit properlyto prevent injuries.
Special Area Newsletter - January
Tying shoes that lace - Tips on teaching your child to tie shoes

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