Kids physically develop at slightly different rates. There are, however, milestones to watch for at certain ages. Keeping track of your child’s progress in physical coordination at different ages can help reveal potential issues.
This is a good graphic that can be used by both teachers and professionals. It outlines the main developmental milestones that children who are typically developing go through so they can screen for red flags.
K-5 Physical Education/Activity Games & Activities. Fun Games that teach to National Standards for #PE/Health, level the playing field so that ALL kids participate in group activities! #PE #Healthyliving #Letsmove! www.genmoveusa.com
HOW DO I KICK A BALL OFF THE GROUND?This colorful Kicking Cues poster breaks down the steps involved in kicking a ball off the ground, successfully. The Kick is a standards-based, manipulative skill that is important for students to master in order to be successful in games and activities during daily physical education classes.
One of the standards in physical education is to promote lifelong fitness, and physical fitness outside of school. Would provide a great way for students to log activity minutes outside of school. Then being able to compare the days. Seeing which days have more or less active minutes, and then using cognitive skills to evaluate why that is. I found this on Pinterest.