How It Works

 

 
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Ten different units teach students the underlying fundamental motor skills.

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Each unit is made up of a series of levels that provides a developmentally appropriate sequence to motor skill mastery. As students progress through the levels, they establish a foundation of different motor skills and begin to combine and apply those motor skills in specialized movement contexts.

3

Each level contains skill instruction, practice tasks and group games.

 
4

When a unit begins, the teacher selects a starting level for each of their classes. We provide a suggested pacing guide, but ultimately the teacher selects a level that matches the skill level of the class.

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The teacher moves on to the next level when the class has demonstrated competency of the skill.

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Each class follows the same structure: warm up game, skill instruction, skill practice, group game(s), class debrief.