The purpose of this podcast is for students to listen and regulate emotions with a mixture of balancing as well as breathing exercises.
The purpose of this podcast is for students to listen and identify words that have the same beginning sound while doing physical activity.
This podcast focuses primarily on sitting nicely in a classroom, raising your answer, and taking turns. It gives explicit instruction on the importance of raising your hand, lowering your hand, listening, staying on task, and sitting in one place while the teacher calls on students.
This is an introduction to color theory| including identifying| finding| sorting| and making connections with primary and secondary colors. The students will be required to find items in both primary and secondary colors in the setting where they are listening.
Podcast Link: https://www.wevideo.com/view/3078601968
This is a review of color theory with an introduction to the value scale. Colors will be connected with emotions and how this is displayed through body language. Students will create a color wheel and value scale with crayons.
Podcast Link: https://www.wevideo.com/view/3095974357
The purpose of this podcast is for students to listen and participate in counting backwards from 30 to 1. Students will be able to orally count by ones backwards while following moving to different speeds.
The focus of this episode is to understand the importance of developing problem solving skills and ways to make positive decisions. This lesson works through the many character traits that students will learn in Kindergarten that will grow with them throughout life.
The purpose of this Podcast is to demonstrate the different ways that objects can move while incorporating non-locomotor and locomotor physical activity.
This podcast will focus on combining PE objectives on movement with 2nd Grade Content objectives found in the Force & Motion unit. Specifically we will introduce pushes and pulls using use movements to give listeners a chance to solidify the scientific concepts taught.
This lesson will focus on making patterns through movement. While exercising we will have students practice repeating movements to create a pattern.
Students will measure length to the nearest inch using a tape measure. Students will learn the difference between a jump, hop, skip, and slide.
Podcast Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o87lVWTVNzlGCuvfZ7EXCI_2JP9czk6r/view?usp=sharing
This podcast is meant to help students identify how to regulate impulses. Whether it be calling out, running onto line, or other behaviors that require us to think things through. The goal of this podcast is to give students strategies to “slow” things down and “think” things through.
This podcast is meant to help students identify how their emotions can affect their ability to learn. We will work on breathing, stretching and movements that will descalate a student’s emotions. The goal is to transition away from anger and excitement and into a zone that is conducive to learning.
Podcast Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GPUdy40At8IVf-2tjrYnU_R1im6lOsja/view
The focus of this episode is to work through exploring the various emotions a child may experience throughout the day, what those feel like, and different positive ways of handling each emotion.
The purpose of this podcast is to demonstrate fluency of skip counting to 100 by 2s while incorporating physical activity.
Podcast Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HU_1BqM8cMBtfGu1hTI_ILkoab-wwdxW/view