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International School for Better Beginnings

Activity Plan
Physical Education 3
S.Y 2019-2020

Prepared: Ms. Kae Andrea D. Baldovino

Grade Level Standards: The learner demonstrates understanding of body awareness, space awareness, and qualities
of effort and movement relationships through participation in enjoyable physical activities.

Key Stage Standards: The learner demonstrates understanding of movement concepts and skills in preparation for
active participation in various physical activities.

Scope and Sequence: Participation in enjoyable and challenging activities in different locomotor, non- locomotor
and manipulative activities, simple folk dance, rhythmic routines (ribbon, hoop, balls, etc.) Lead-up and organized
games (indigenous) and corrective exercises.

FIRST GRADING

Content Standard: Demonstrates understanding of body shapes and body actions in preparation for various
movement activities.

Performance Standard: Performs body shapes and actions properly.

TOPIC LEARNING COMPETENCY ACTIVITIES


Body Shapes And Body Actions The learner…

1. describes body shapes 1. sitting, standing, and kneeling


and actions (The body actions we are doing
everyday shows different body shape
that may be in form of straight, curled,
wide and twisted.)

2. performs body shapes and 2. performing different movements


action in…
a. standing
b. kneeling
c. sitting

3. creates body shape and action 3. performing warm-up exercises


a. head bending
b. knee bending
c. stretching

4. engages in fun and 4. engaging in fun and enjoyable


enjoyable physical activities physical activities like
a. body language group game
b. picture perfect group game
c. archer, rabbit, wall game

SECOND GRADING

Content Standard: Demonstrates understanding of locations, directions, levels, pathways and planes

Performance Standard: Performs movements accurately involving locations, directions, levels, pathways and
planes.
TOPIC LEARNING COMPETENCY ACTIVITIES
Body Movement Skills The learner…

1. describe body movements skills in 1. walking, jogging, hopping and etc.


a location, direction, level, pathway (any body movements that results in
and plane. chance in position)

2. moves in: 2. performing locomotor and non-


 personal and general space locomotor movements.
 forward, backward, and sideward
directions
 high, middle, and low levels
 straight, curve, and zigzag
pathways
 diagonal and horizontal planes

3. demonstrates movement 3. using the locomotor and non-


skills in response to locomotor movements as a dance
sound step (in response to sound)

4. engages in fun and 4. engaging in fun and enjoyable


enjoyable physical activities physical activities like
a. foot prints in the sand
b. rug relay
c. Simone Peter Says
Manipulative Movement Skills The learner…

1. describe manipulative movements 1. dribbling, catching, rolling,


skills in a location, direction, level, bouncing
pathway and plane. (manipulative skills that helps us in
handling objects with our hands, feet
and other parts of the body.)

2. moves in: 2. responding to manipulative skills


 bouncing through dribbling, catching, rolling,
 dribbling bouncing a ball or other object
 catching
 rolling
 and other manipulative skills used
in basketball, volleyball and other
sports

3. demonstrates movement 3. performing the MILO dance


skills in response to challenge
sound

4. engages in fun and 4. engaging in fun and enjoyable


enjoyable physical activities physical activities like
a. batong bola
b. tumbang preso
c. basket ball game (Christmas Party
type of game)

THIRD GRADING

Content Standard: Demonstrates understanding of movement in relation to time, force and flow.

Performance Standard: Performs movement accurately involving time, force, and flow.

TOPIC LEARNING COMPETENCY ACTIVITIES


Rhythmic Routines and Tools The learner…

1. describe movements in a 1. hoop movements


location, direction, level, (a dance exercises or rhythmic
pathway and plane. routines with musical
accompaniments.)

2. moves: 2. performing rhythmic activities


 at slow, slower, slowest/fast, faster, considering the different movement
fastest pace elements:
 using light, lighter, lightest/strong, a. time – speed (how fast or slow)
stronger, strongest force with b. force - strength
smoothness c. flow – bound or free

3. demonstrates movement skills in 3. doing rhythmic exercises with music


response to sound in 4/4 signature

4. engages in fun and 4. using other implements (wands,


enjoyable physical activities balls, flaglets) in creating rhythmic
movements

FOURTH GRADING

Content Standard: Demonstrates understanding of movement activities relating to person, objects, music and
environment.

Performance Standard: Performs movement activities involving person, objects, music and environment correctly.

TOPIC LEARNING COMPETENCY ACTIVITIES


Lead Up, Organized, and The learner…
Indigenous Games
1. describing conditioning and 1. indoor and outdoor game
flexibility exercises that will improve (games that may help improve
body posture and mechanics physical fitness)

2. moves: 2. playing…
 individually, with partner, and with a. sipa
group b. jackstones
 with sound c. scrabble and alike
 in indoor and outdoor
settings

3. demonstrates movement skills in 3. performing corrective exercises in


response to sound response to sound

4. engages in fun and enjoyable


physical activities 4. engaging in fun and enjoyable
physical activities like
a. jumping over thorns
b. hide and seek
c. hopscotch and other Lead Up,
Organized, and Indigenous Games
included in the book.