summary of observations.
The first class I went into, I chose a little adorable girl named Natalie. I was with her for at least a
little more than three hours. While taking notes, I started observing her strength. Once I saw Natalie
dragging a small chair
MAYVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY
HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION
Course Number: HPER 315 - Online
Instructor: Donna Mark
Course Title: Movement Education in Early Childhood
Semester: Fall 2014
Triangle on page 152.
Reflective movement phase.
This stage ranges from birth to about 1 year of age. In this phase the infant engages in reflexive
movements. Reflective help organize our bodies so we can learn a wide repertoire of voluntary,
Fine motor skills-Movement of the small muscles controlling the hands, fingers, and thumb in
coordination with eyes.
Gross motor skills-Movement using the large muscles of the body.
Locomotor-Movements that transport the body as whole from one poin
Please become acquainted with the attached vocabulary and movement terms.
As a PE teacher we teach the following concepts: Skill concepts, Body concepts; Space Concepts;
Effort Concepts and Relationship Words Concepts. Give an example of each of these con
I want to start by saying that physically active children often do better in the classroom than those
who aren't active. Parents might worry that time spend in PE class will take precious time away and
that this time could be better used and spend in lear
Listen to the website www.bamradionetwork.com
Click on the links below:
Building Your Child's Physical Foundation. Listen to the radio discussion and summarize what you
Next listen to Why your child needs different types of play. Summarize this dis
1. Giving your Child Healthy Habits
Rosemarie T. who is the vice-president of research and education for Sesame workshop talks about
healthy habits for life. This segment is more about the health development of children, preschoolers
more so. Dr. Truglio
TASK 2 .
Chap 1: What Your College Courses Didnt Tell You: Physical Domain, Social-Emotional
Domain and Cognitive Domain
1. Rae divides physical domain into 6 visual skills. List and define each skill.
Incorporating Movement programs into other curriculur areas is very important.
MOVING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM:
Concepts like shape, size, spatial relationships and line are part of both ART and movement
education. (straight and round; body bridges, mirror g
Motor Behavior Terms
Define the following Terms:
Apraxia is a disorder of the brain and nervous system in which a person is unable to perform tasks
or movements when asked, even though
Ataxia is an uncoordinated movement is due to a muscle control problem
APPROPRIATE PRACTICES IN MOVEMENT PROGRAMS
YOUNG CHILDREN AGES 3-5
Name one appropriate practice in each of the following categories?
Appropriate Movement Learning Environments
Indoor and outdoor movement space is sufficient for engaging in both large and
1. Affective domain refers emotions. Children continually decide how they feel about themselves
Cognitive domain refers knowing or perceiving. Through moving, children continually learn about
Motor domain refers to movement. Through mov
Define what Special Education means.
Special education means specifically designed instruction to meat the unique needs of a child with
disability. Many but not all, children who have special needs may qualify under idea as a disability.
What does IDEA s
Design a 2 week unit plan for each age group. (Refer to pages 216-223). List several activities
that you are going to teach and try to accomplish in each week. You will be teaching part of
these lessons in November. You will be required to teach 4 lessons
Task 1 - Multiple Intelligencies
List the 8 types of learners.
Individuals strong in linguistic intelligence are word smart. They may have been early talkers
and/or readers as children, and they grow up to be the poets, writers, an
Lesson plans for 5 year old.
The warm up.
Game: Big on balloons.
Children hit a balloon with anybody part they can. The goals is to keep the balloon in the air as long
The goals for the children is it improves throwing, catching, striking or
Lesson plans for 3-4 year old.
Warm up before the goals.
-Stop and go to music. I will have the little ones hop a little when the music starts and stop when the
-Curricular goals. Locomotor skills (asses jumping and climbing).
HPER 315 Movement Education in Early Childhood
Name_Ayan Abdi. _
The title of our book Moving With A Purpose- What does it actually mean? Why is movement
so important for our young people? How are you going to include movement in your daily pla
Instructor: Donna Mark
The suggestions Rae Pica makes on how to fit fitness into the Early Childhood Curriculum are:
Using movement across the curriculum. Brain research has shown us that the functions of the
body contribute to, rather than detract from,
A. Briefly explain what Movement Education is.
Movement education means were individuals develop and learn their motor skills through physical
movement. Movement is essential to every task we perform whether children in a play field or
adults in work envi