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Chap._7_-_Games

Chap._7_-_Games - Chapter7 Everysixmonthscheck :3mons...

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Chapter 7
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Every six months check Change your toothbrush: 3mons Change the batteries on your smoke alarms.  Time change, or every six month  One new fruit or vegetable every week  Buy shoes at the end of the day
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Always part of our culture Can contribute to physical, cognitive, and social  growth: Inappropriate game experiences have the potential  to negative impact children: some games more  active then others, some games need to get modified Some children do not play outdoor active games for  reasons including these: parents who work late,  neighbor isn’t safe, tvs, games, not being  knowledgeable of activities they can play
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PE have a different intent than playground  games:  games skills-physically active lifestyles, emphasis locomotor skills Games in the PA program are referred to as low  organization games for these reasons: Low time to organize Limit space Limit equipment
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Psychomotor Cognitive Affective  Early Elem grades: Locomotors skills Upper Elem grades: Mature patterns of  manipulative skills
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