Art, Music and Physical Education

 

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Art Music Physical Education

Art Competencies

Grades 1-5

  • Applies skills and knowledge to create visual art.
     

Music Competencies

Grades 1-5

  • Demonstrates musical skills taught during this trimester and explores different musical ideas.
     

Band Competencies

  • Comes prepared with all lesson materials and participates appropriately.
  • Identifies musical vocabulary, symbols, rhythms, and notes.
  • Plays musical symbols, rhythms, and notes with proper playing position.

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Orchestra Competencies

  • Comes prepared with all lesson materials and participates appropriately.
  • Identifies musical vocabulary, symbols, rhythms, and notes.
  • Plays musical symbols, rhythms, and notes with proper playing position.

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Physical Education Competencies

Demonstrated the Physical Skills and Movement Concepts necessary to perform a variety of activities.  (Physical Education)

 1st grade Performs basic skills and movements through a variety of physical activities, creative movement and play.
2nd grade Performs basic skills and movements with control while participating in a variety of physical activities, creative movement and games.
3rd grade Performs basic skills and movements with control and accuracy while participating in a variety of physical activities, simple games, and creative movement.
4th grade Uses basic skills with control and accuracy while participating in lead-up games, physical activities, dance; I can create movement sequences and recognize strategies used in all games and activities.
5th grade Uses basic skills with control and accuracy while participating in lead-up games and physical activities; creates movement sequences and  recognizes strategies used in games and activities.

Knows how to make and keep their body healthy and strong. (Health)

 1st grade Recognizes basic healthy habits to keep my body healthy and strong, can identify basic body parts and their functions and begin to recognize basic nutrition.
2nd grade Participates in continuous physical activity for an extended time, can identify basic body systems and functions; can identify healthy choices in nutrition and physical activity.
3rd grade Participates in continuous physical activity for an extended time, can identify basic body systems and functions; can identify healthy choices in nutrition and physical activity.
4th grade Participates in continuous physical activity for an extended time, can identify basic body systems and functions; can identify and make healthy choices in nutrition and physical activity, perform Fitness testing and begin to set goals.
5th grade Participates in continuous physical activity for an extended time, can identify basic body systems and functions; can identify and make healthy choices in nutrition, hygiene and physical activity, perform Fitness testing and set goals.

Comes prepared, demonstrates good sportsmanship, and participates safely.  (Behavior, Attitude, Effort)

1st grade Comes prepared, listens and follows directions and participates safely in activities without bumping into objects and others. Tries new activities, shares equipment and works with others.
2nd grade Comes prepared, listens to and follows oral/written directions and participates safely in activities without bumping into objects and others. Tries new activities, shares equipment and begins to resolve conflict while working with others.
3rd grade Comes prepared, listens to and follows oral/written directions and participates safely in activities without bumping into objects and others.  Tries new activities, shares equipment and practices appropriate strategies when resolving conflict while working with others.
4th grade  Comes prepared, listens to and follows oral/written directions and participates safely in activities without bumping into objects and others. Tries new activities, shares equipment and practices appropriate strategies when resolving conflict while working with others.
5th grade Comes prepared, listens to and follows oral/written directions and participates safely in activities without bumping into objects and others. Tries new activities, shares equipment and practices appropriate strategies when resolving conflict while working with others.

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