Ms. Moote's Kindergarten Class


Students perceive, and respond to works of art.

-Identify realistic and abstract works of art

-Identify lines, shapes, texture and color in art

-Identify landscapes, portraits, still life-

Respond to, analyze their own works of art

-Use art vocabulary, describe what they see, give reasons why they like a particular work of art they made.-

Use a variety of media and techniques to produce art

· Use lines, shapes/forms, and colors to make patterns.

· Use of scissors, glue, and paper in creating a three-dimensional construction.

· Make a collage with cut or torn paper shapes/forms.

· Paint pictures expressing ideas about family and neighborhood.

· Use lines in drawings and paintings to express feelings.

· Create a three-dimensional form, such as a real or imaginary animal


Fitness Concepts

Identify physical activities that are enjoyable and challenging.

Aerobic Capacity

Identify the location of the heart and explain that it is a muscle

Explain that physical activity increases the heart rate.

Identify the location of the lungs and explain the role of the lungs in the collection of oxygen.

Muscular Strength/Endurance

Explain that strong muscles help the body to climb, hang, push, and pull.

Describe the role of muscles in moving the bones.


Identify the body part involved when stretching.

Body Composition

Explain that the body is composed of bones, organs, fat, and other tissues



Movement Concepts:

Travel within a large group, without bumping into others, or falling while using locomotor skills (jumping, hopping, skipping, etc.)

Travel forward and sideways while changing direction quickly

Demonstrate contrast between slow and fast speeds.

Create shapes at high, medium and low levels using hands arms, torso, feet

Demonstrate the relationship of under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left,  up, down, forward, backward, and in front of by using the body and an object.

Manipulative Skills

Explain the role of the eyes when striking objects with the hands, arms, and feet.

Identify the point of contact for kicking a ball in a straight line.

Describe the position of the fingers in the follow-through phase of bouncing a ball continuously.

Self-Responsibility/ Social Interaction

Participate in group activities

Demonstrate characteristics of sharing in physical activity.

Participate as a leader and a follower during physical activity.