85 Engaging Movement Activities
The activities in this book will keep your K–6 students jogging, hopping, swaying, rocking, marching, patting, making pathways, and moving in all kinds of ways as they learn. Classroom teachers, as well as specialty teachers in physical education, music, and recreation, will find this book to be a rich source of ideas for challenging and enjoyable movement experiences. The experiences are planned around key curriculum concepts in movement and music as well as in academic curriculum areas such as math and reading. And because these experiences develop students' basic timing, language abilities, vocabulary, concentration, planning skills, and capabilities for cooperative decision making and leadership, teachers will see learning effects that stretch across the curriculum. An easy-to-follow plan is given for each activity.
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A MovementBased Active Learning Process
Introduction to the Activities
Kindergarten and Above 1 Creativity With Scarves
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Acting upon movement active learning Activity to Experience aerobic anel angles antonyms beanbag beat Musical begin choreograph class copies concepts creative movement creativity in movement dance demonstrate Describing movement Moving directions Describing movement echo Experience Students explore Expressing creativity expressing steady beat Facilitation and Reflection Feeling and expressing followed Grade hand High/Scope instrumental selection integrated movements jump knees learner SAY locomotor movement macrobeat Materials None Activity Materials Recording ment Milanovo movement directions Describing movement Movement movement Musical movement sequence Moving in integrated Moving in locomotor Moving in nonlocomotor Moving in sequences Moving to music Mtfic Moving musical selection nonlocomotor movement noun Older students pair paper plates partner pathways perform person represent respond rhyme sequences of movement share side singing single movements song static movements statue shape steady beat Moving steps strategies student leader Students listen students volunteer teacher tempo Tsamikos walking word