Welcome to Mr. R's & Ms. Manne's PE Classes!

To our Sudley families and students,
Mrs. Manne and I want you all to know that we miss you dearly and hope that you all are healthy. 
Being at home for an extended amount of time doesn't mean that you have to spend most of your time on a device or stop being active. Since Mrs. Manne is the computer expert, she has been keeping our webpage updated with all kinds of ways to stay active and healthy for you and your family. Please make sure you check out all the cool and exciting activities that you can do. PE ROCKS

We hope to see you all soon!

Mr. R. and Mrs. Manne

LOOK AT THE ANNOUNCEMENT SECTION BELOW FOR YOUR WEEKLY PE ACTIVITIES!




Announcements

STAYING ACTIVE AT HOME AND NUTRITION INFORMATION

We wanted to make sure you all are staying active during this extended time at home. Make sure you are eating healthy and engaging in at least 60 minutes of physical activity EVERYDAY! Please check out the documents under the "STAYING ACTIVE AT HOME AND NUTRITION INFORMATION" tab on the left menu to find so many ways to stay active and learn about eating healthy! Please email or post comments or videos on our Sudley Facebook page of all the activities you and your family members are doing! If you complete any of the worksheets, you can email them to us! Keep Moving! 

THIS WEEK'S ACTIVITIES

Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week
: May 25th - May 29th

In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do ALL the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. You can use your Clever log in information to access the GoNoodle warm-up activities. 
Click HERE for Grade K-2 Active Home Packet

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu

mannecp@pwcs.edu



3rd - 5th Grades

Week: May 25th- May 29th
In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do ALL the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. You can use your Clever log in information to access the GoNoodle warm-up activities. 

Click HERE for Grades 3-5 Active Home Packet


Emails:

ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu


LAST WEEK'S ACTIVITIES

Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week
: May 18th - May 22nd

Here is the link to this week's assignment activities.
This week is all about FUN!!  Can you keep up? Make a phone lock screen with paper plates and try to tap the codes before the time runs out.
Click on the links below to play the game. They are listed in order. Watch the demonstration of the game first and then use the different levels to play - starting with Level 1. We would love to see your success...so please upload a video to our Sudley PE Flipgrid using this link to this topic! you can always email us your video too!
Click HERE for Sudley PE Flipgrid Topic

Unlock My Phone Demo VIDEO
Level 1 - Unlock My Phone
Level 2 - Unlock My Phone
Level 3 - Unlock My Phone
Level 4 - Unlock My Phone
Level 5 - Unlock My Phone

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu

3rd - 5th Grades

Week: May 18th - May 22nd
Here is the link to this week's assignment activities.
This week is all about FUN!!  Can you keep up? Make a phone lock screen with paper plates and try to tap the codes before the time runs out.
Click on the links below to play the game. They are listed in order. Watch the demonstration of the game first and then use the different levels to play - starting with Level 1.
We would love to see your success...so please upload a video to our Sudley PE Flipgrid using this link to this topic! you can always email us your video too!


Click HERE for Sudley PE Flipgrid Topic

Unlock My Phone Demo VIDEO
Level 1 - Unlock My Phone
Level 2 - Unlock My Phone
Level 3 - Unlock My Phone
Level 4 - Unlock My Phone
Level 5 - Unlock My Phone

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu



Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week
: May 11th - May 15th

Here is the link to this week's assignment activities.
This week is Look for the Good Week. Actually, it’s okay to follow this plan any week of the year! Here’s how it works. Follow the Look for the Good guidelines below on each day of the week. If you can, walk with a family member or friend. It’s important to use kinds words as you talk with yourself and to try to look for the good all around.
In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do ALL the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. You can use your Clever log in information to access the GoNoodle warm-up activities. 
Also listed below are supporting videos for the activities in the packet. 
For example, if you choose the day with the bean bag (sock ball) exploration, watch the video first so you understand how to complete the tasks. 

Click HERE for Grades K-2 Active Home Packet #9

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu


3rd - 5th Grades

Week: May 11th - May 15th
Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. 
This week is Look for the Good Week. Actually, it’s okay to follow this plan any week of the year! Here’s how it works. Follow the Look for the Good guidelines below on each day of the week. If you can, walk with a family member or friend. It’s important to use kinds words as you talk with yourself and to try to look for the good all around.
In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do ALL the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. You can use your Clever log in information to access the GoNoodle warm-up activities. 
Also listed below are supporting videos for the activities in the packet. 
For example, if you choose the day with the bean bag (sock ball) exploration, watch the video first so you understand how to complete the tasks. 

Click HERE for Grades 3-5 Active Home Packet #9

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu


Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week 
#3b: May 4th - May 8th


Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. 
We would like you to visit and participate in our Virtual National Field Dayactivities. Please click on the below link follow the instructions on our Field Day page. 

Scroll to the bottom and use the event packs to practice the activities and watch  "how to" videos for each of the events. There are 4 event pack to check out along with a fun scavenger hunt! Try them out with your family - HAVE FUN!

After you read about it and try out some of the events, send us an email and/or upload a video to our Sudley Facebook page and let us know what you think and how you and your family will be joining us on May 8th for our Field Day!

LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
The National Field Day Torch Run will kick off this SUNDAY at Noon! Watch kids from around the country run through all 50 states carrying the National Field Day Flame!

The run will end on Thursday night as the Field Day Torch makes its way into Texas for the lighting of the OPEN Cauldron!

Follow the Torch Run: OPENPhysEd.org/followthetorch Starting, Sunday, 5/3

Watch the Ceremony: OPENPhysEd.org/fielddayopening
(7:30 PM EST Thursday, 5/7)

Click HERE for Sudley Virtual Field Day

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu


3rd - 5th Grades

Week #3b: May 4th - May 8th
Here is the link to this week's assignments.
We would like you to visit and participate in our Virtual National Field Day activities. Click on the below link and follow the instructions on our Field Day page.

Scroll to the bottom and use the event packs to practice the activities and watch  "how to" videos for each of the events. There are 4 event pack to check out along with a fun scavenger hunt!There are practice activities and "how to" videos for each of the events. Try them out with your family - HAVE FUN!

After your read about it and try out some of the events, send us an email and/or upload a video to our Sudley Facebook page and let us know what you think and how you and your family will be joining us on May 8th for our Field Day.

LET THE GAMES BEGIN!


The National Field Day Torch Run will kick off this SUNDAY at Noon! Watch kids from around the country run through all 50 states carrying the National Field Day Flame!

The run will end on Thursday night as the Field Day Torch makes its way into Texas for the lighting of the OPEN Cauldron!

Follow the Torch Run: OPENPhysEd.org/followthetorch - Starting, Sunday, 5/3

Watch the Ceremony: OPENPhysEd.org/fielddayopening
(7:30 PM EST Thursday, 5/7)

 
Click HERE for Sudley Virtual Field Day

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu


Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week 
#3a:  April 27th - May 1st

Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. 
We would like you visit and participate in our Virtual National Field Dayactivities. Please click on the below link follow the instructions on our Field Day page. There are practice activities and "how to" videos for each of the events. Try them out with your family - HAVE FUN!
After you read about it and try out some of the events, send us an email and/or upload a video to our Sudley Facebook page and let us know what you think and how you and your family will be joining us on May 8th for our Field Day!

Click HERE for Grades K-2 Field Day Practice Plan #1

Click HERE for Sudley Virtual Field Day

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu


3rd - 5th Grades

Week #3a: April 27th - May 1st
Here is the link to this week's assignments.
We would like to visit and participate in our Virtual National Field Dayactivities. Click on the below link and follow the instructions on our Field Day page. There are practice activities and "how to" videos for each of the events. Try them out with your family - HAVE FUN!
After your read about it and try out some of the events, send us an email and/or upload a video to our Sudley Facebook page and let us know what you think and how you and your family will be joining us on May 8th for our Field Day.


Click HERE for Grades 3-5 Field Day Practice Plan

Click HERE for Sudley Virtual Field Day

Emails:
ramirebk@pwcs.edu
mannecp@pwcs.edu



Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week 
#2:  April 20-24
Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do ALL the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. You can use your Clever log in information to access the GoNoodle warm-up activities. 
Also listed below are supporting videos for the activities in the packet. 
For example, if you choose the day with the bean bag (sock ball) exploration, watch the video first so you understand how to complete the tasks. 

Click HERE for Grade K-2 Active Home Packet Week #2

Bean Bag Exploration VIDEO



3rd - 5th Grades

Week #2:  April 20-24
Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do ALL the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. You can use your Clever log in information to access the GoNoodle warm-up activities. 
Also listed below are supporting videos for the activities in the packet. For example, if you choose the day with the jump rope activities, watch the video first so you understand how to complete the tasks. If you don't have a jump rope at home, see the video on how to make one!

Click HERE for Grade 3-5 Active Home Packet 


How to make a jump rope from plastic bags

Jump Rope Activities - VIDEO

Feel Your Heart Beat - VIDEO

FortNite Tabata Workout - VIDEO


Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

Week 
#1:  April 14-17
Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do all the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. Also listed below are supporting videos for the activities in the packet. For example, if you choose the day with the bean bag (sock ball) exploration, watch the video first so you understand how to complete the tasks. 

Click HERE for Grades K-2 Home Activity Packet Week #1

Bean Bag Exploration VIDEO



3rd - 5th Grades

Week #1:  April 14-17
Here is the link to this week's assignment activities. In the activity packet there are 5 days of lesson activities. Click the link for the activity packet and you may choose which ones you would like to do. Choose a day and do all the activities for that day - from start to finish. On the packet calendar there are links to videos, worksheets, and activities for each day. Also listed below are supporting videos for the activities in the packet. For example, if you are doing the 1 minute challenges, watch the video to see how to complete each one of the tasks. If you are working on cardiovascular endurance, watch the Brain Bite video first.

Click HERE for Grades 3-5 Home Activity Packet Week #1

1-Minute Challenges VIDEO

Brain Bites - Fitness - VIDEO

Brain Bites - Cardiovascular Endurance VIDEO

Brain Bites - Muscular Strength - VIDEO




Alternatively, there are tons of activities on the OPENPhysEd Site! This one of my favorite sites and I use it a lot for our lessons! I encourage all of you to go to that site and take a look at all the lessons and activities there! The Brain Bite videos are the BEST! Here is the link!

Click HERE for OPENPhysEd


If you want to learn more about the human body and then test your knowledge...TRY OUT this website! I LOVE IT!

DK FIND OUT - Human Body Videos and Quizzes





INSTRUCTION AND LEARNING STANDARDS FOR QUARTER 3

All of the activities, exercises, worksheets, and packets listed in the “Staying Active at Home” section will help you to fulfill any and all of the learning strands and standards below.

Kindergarten

Motor Skill Development

Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

K.1e Demonstrate moving to a beat and to rhythmic patterns using basic locomotor and non-locomotor rhythmic patterns.

K.1f Demonstrate moving forward, sideways, and in side-to-side directions.

K.1g Demonstrate moving at low, medium, and high levels.

K.1h Demonstrate traveling in straight, curving, and zigzagging pathways.

K.1iDemonstrate fast, slow, and moderate speeds.

Anatomical Basis of Movement

Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms.

 K.2c Explain that moving faster makes the heart beat faster.

Fitness Planning

Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness

 K.3c Identify physical activities that are done with family and with friends for fun.

Social Development

Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives.

 K.4a Demonstrate cooperative and safe play.

K.4b Demonstrate general and personal space.

K.4c Identify three classroom (procedural) rules

Energy Balance

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease.

 K.5a Explain that food provides energy for movement.

1stGrade

Motor Skill Development

Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

 1.1f Demonstrate moving to a beat or rhythmic pattern in personal (self-space) and general space.

1.1g Perform a teacher-led dance.

1.1h Demonstrate forward, sideways, backwards (slow), and side-to-side directions.

1.1l Demonstrate consecutive jumps (more than one) with a self-turn rope.

1.1m Demonstrate consecutive jumps with a long rope (student-turn).

Anatomical Basis of Movement

Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms.

 1.2c Describe how the heart and lungs work together to keep the body moving.

1.2d Explain that the heart is a muscle that grows stronger with movement.

Fitness Planning

Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness

 1.3b Identify one activity that increases heart and breathing rates to make the heart stronger.

Social Development

Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives.

1.4a Work cooperatively, and demonstrate safe equipment use with peers.

1.4b Demonstrate safety rules for activity.

1.4c Demonstrate safe use of space.

Energy Balance

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease.

1.5d Explain that physical activity uses energy from foods.

2ndGrade

Motor Skill Development

Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

 2.1c Demonstrate moving to a rhythm by performing basic dance sequences (teacher- or student-led dances).

Anatomical Basis of Movement

Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms.

2.2d Identify major muscles, to include quadriceps, biceps, abdominals, and heart.

2.2g Identify the major structures of the cardiorespiratory system (heart and lungs).

Fitness Planning

Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness

2.3d Describe cardiorespiratory endurance as important for maintaining a healthy heart.

Social Development

Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives.

2.4c Demonstrate cooperative skills, to include taking turns and sharing equipment.

2.4d Demonstrate safe participation individually and with others.

2.4e Identify two class safety rules.

Energy Balance

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease.

2.5d Explain that choosing nutritious foods and being physically active are components of being healthy.

3rdGrade

Motor Skill Development

Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

 3.1c Demonstrate simple dances in various formations.

3.1e Perform a dance sequence with different locomotor patterns, levels, shapes, pathways, and flow (student led or teacher led)

3.1b Demonstrate a self-turn rope sequence of four different jumps

Anatomical Basis of Movement

Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms.

 3.2b Identify major muscles, to include hamstrings and triceps.

3.2c Describe the components and function of the cardiorespiratory system, to include heart, lungs, and blood vessels.

Fitness Planning

Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness

3.3a Explain the health-related components of fitness (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition).

3.3b Identify one measure for each component of health-related fitness.

3.3c Demonstrate one activity for each component of health-related fitness.

3.3d Identify that there are levels of intensity in moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA).

Social Development

Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives.

3.4a Explain the importance of rules for activities.

3.4b Demonstrate implementation of rules and guidelines for appropriate behavior in physical activity settings.

3.4c Describe the importance of cooperating and work cooperatively with peers to achieve a goal.

3.4d Implement teacher feedback to improve performance.

Energy Balance

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease.

3.5a Explain that energy balance relates to good nutrition (energy in) and physical activity (energy out).

3.5b Identify one food per group to create a healthy meal that meets USDA guidelines.

4th Grade

Motor Skill Development

Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

 4.1b perform a dance sequence with an apparent beginning, middle, and end that integrates shapes, levels, pathways, and locomotor patterns. (teacher led or designed)

4.1g Create and perform a jump-rope routine (self-turn or long rope).

Anatomical Basis of Movement

Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms.

 4.2a Identify and describe the major components of the cardiorespiratory system, to include heart, lungs, and blood vessels.

4.2b Identify major muscle groups, to include deltoid and gluteal.

4.2d Locate radial and/or carotid pulse.

Fitness Planning

Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness

4.3b Analyze baseline data from a standardized health-related criterion-referenced test (Virginia wellness-related criterion-referenced fitness standards, CDC guidelines).

4.3c Create a SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timely) goal for at least one health-related component of fitness to improve or maintain fitness level.

4.3d Identify activities that can be done at school and activities that can be done at home to meet fitness goals.

4.3e Analyze post-fitness testing results and reflect on goal progress/attainment.

Social Development

Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives.

4.4a Identify a group goal and the strategies needed for successful completion while working productively and respectfully with others.

4.4b Identify and demonstrate conflict-resolution strategies for positive solutions in resolving disagreements.

4.4c Define etiquette and demonstrate appropriate etiquette and application of rules and procedures

Energy Balance

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease.

 4.5g Explain the role of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for energy balance.

5th Grade

Motor Skill Development

Demonstrate competence in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. 

5.1c Create and perform individual or group rhythm/dance sequences including American and international dances and a jump-rope routine (self-turn or long rope).

5.1c Create and perform individual or group rhythm/dance sequences including American and international dances and a jump-rope routine (self-turn or long rope).

Anatomical Basis of Movement

Apply knowledge of the structures and functions of the body and how they relate to and are affected by human movement to learning and developing motor skills and specialized movement forms.

5.2a Identify components of major body systems, to include cardiorespiratory, vascular, muscular, and skeletal.

Fitness Planning

Achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of personal fitness

 5.3b Compare and analyze fitness data to health-related criterion-referenced standards (Virginia wellness-related fitness standards, Fitnessgram, CDC guidelines) to assess levels of personal fitness and identify strengths and weaknesses.

5.3c Create a basic personal fitness plan for at least one health-related component of fitness, to include baseline fitness data, SMART goal, activities that will address the goal, log of activities inside and outside of school, reassessment data (post-data) and reflection of goal progress/attainment.

5.3e Calculate resting heart rate and calculate heart rate during a variety of activities.

Social Development

Demonstrate the aptitude, attitude, and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling, and respectful lives.

 5.4a implement rules and consequences for one or more activities.

5.4b implement safety rules for at least one activity.

5.4c implement etiquette for one activity.

Energy Balance

Explain the importance of energy balance and nutritional needs of the body to maintain optimal health and prevent chronic disease.

5.5f Explain that physical activity guidelines recommend 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) every day.



We are very excited to start this new year and look forward to sharing some new lessons!  This year in addition to some of our favorite games, we will be emphasizing more health, fitness, and nutrition information during our classes and incorporating the use of a variety of technology in the gymnasium.  The aim of our physical education program is to develop and improve students’ personal fitness and motor skills by providing developmentally appropriate activities through purposeful, creative and enjoyable instruction. By incorporating challenging yet achievable tasks, the students will attain positive attitudes about physical activity and movement. Make sure you check out our "Useful Links" in the menu to the left and "Free Health & Fitness Apps" below! Be Kind, Work Hard, Stay Safe
PE ROCKS
H2O Zone

Students are asked to bring water bottles to
class so that they can stay hydrated during class! 


WHAT TO WEAR

Please come to class prepared to MOVE! Wear

athletic shoes and comfortable clothes.  If wearing
a dress, wear shorts underneath and keep proper
shoes in you backpack if needed. Keep long hair pulled up and no dangling jewelry.

Thank you for letting us teach your children how to be physically active and make healthier choices!

FREE APPS for Health, Fitness, and Nutrition!
Check out the "Files and Documents" link in the menu to read details about each of the apps we reviewed in class!      Health Doesn't Have to Cost a Dime!

Here are several apps you can use at home using your mobile devices:

NFL Play 60 Fooducate
Geocaching MyFitnessPal
Awesome Eats Daily Yoga
C25K: Couch to 5K SWorkIt
Super Stretch Stop, Think, Breathe
Playout Fitness  

We will be adding more for you try as the year goes on!  Check back often!  

HAVE FUN!!