• Kindergarten Scope and Sequence

    1st Nine Weeks

     

    TEKS #

    Critical Content TEKS/Spiraling Content TEKS

    K.1A

    travel in different ways in a large group without bumping into others or falling

    K.1B

    demonstrate clear contrasts between slow and fast movement when traveling

    K.1C

    demonstrate non-locomotor (axial) movements such as bend and stretch

    K.1D

    maintain balance while bearing weight on a variety of body parts

    K.1F

    demonstrate a variety of relationships such as under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of

    K.2A

    identify selected body parts such as head, back, chest, waist, hips, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, legs, knees, ankles, feet, and toes

    K.2B

    demonstrate movement forms of various body parts such as head flexion, extension, and rotation

    K.3B

     participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities on a daily basis that cause increased heart rate, breathing rate, and perspiration

    K.3C

    participate in appropriate exercises for flexibility in shoulders, legs, and trunk

    K.5A

    use equipment and space properly

    K.5B

    know and apply safety practices associated with physical activity such as not pushing in line and drinking water during activity

    K.5C

    explain how proper shoes and clothing promotes safe play and prevent injury

    K.6A

    respond appropriately to starting and stopping signals

    K.6B

    demonstrate the ability to play within boundaries during games and activities

    K.7A

    follow rules, procedures, and safe practices

    K.7B

    work in a group setting in cooperation with others

    K.7C

    share space and equipment with others.

     

    2nd Nine Weeks

     

     

    TEKS #

    Critical Content TEKS/Spiraling Content TEKS

    K.1A

    travel in different ways in a large group without bumping into others or falling

    K.1B

    demonstrate clear contrasts between slow and fast movement when traveling

    K.1C

    demonstrate non-locomotor (axial) movements such as bend and stretch

    K.1D

    maintain balance while bearing weight on a variety of body parts

    K.1F

    demonstrate a variety of relationships such as under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of

    K.2A

    identify selected body parts such as head, back, chest, waist, hips, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, legs, knees, ankles, feet, and toes

    K.2B

    demonstrate movement forms of various body parts such as head flexion, extension, and rotation

    K.3B

     participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities on a daily basis that cause increased heart rate, breathing rate, and perspiration

    K.3C

    participate in appropriate exercises for flexibility in shoulders, legs, and trunk

    K.5A

    use equipment and space properly

    K.5B

    know and apply safety practices associated with physical activity such as not pushing in line and drinking water during activity

    K.5C

    explain how proper shoes and clothing promotes safe play and prevent injury

    K.6A

    respond appropriately to starting and stopping signals

    K.6B

    demonstrate the ability to play within boundaries during games and activities

    K.7A

    follow rules, procedures, and safe practices

    K.7B

    work in a group setting in cooperation with others

    K.7C

    share space and equipment with others

    K.1E

    walk forward and sideways the length of a beam without falling

    K.1G

    roll sideways (right or left) without hesitating

    K.1H

    toss a ball and catch it before it bounces twice

    K.3D

    lift and support his/her own weight in selected activities that develop muscular strength and endurance of the arms, shoulders, abdomen, back, and legs such as hanging, hopping, and jumping

     

    3rd Nine Weeks

     

    TEKS #

    Critical Content TEKS/Spiraling Content TEKS

    K.1A

    travel in different ways in a large group without bumping into others or falling

    K.1B

    demonstrate clear contrasts between slow and fast movement when traveling

    K.1C

    demonstrate non-locomotor (axial) movements such as bend and stretch

    K.1D

    maintain balance while bearing weight on a variety of body parts

    K.1F

    demonstrate a variety of relationships such as under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of

    K.2A

    identify selected body parts such as head, back, chest, waist, hips, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, legs, knees, ankles, feet, and toes

    K.2B

    demonstrate movement forms of various body parts such as head flexion, extension, and rotation

    K.3B

     participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities on a daily basis that cause increased heart rate, breathing rate, and perspiration

    K.3C

    participate in appropriate exercises for flexibility in shoulders, legs, and trunk

    K.3D

    lift and support his/her own weight in selected activities that develop muscular strength and endurance of the arms, shoulders, abdomen, back, and legs such as hanging, hopping, and jumping

    K.5A

    use equipment and space properly

    K.5B

    know and apply safety practices associated with physical activity such as not pushing in line and drinking water during activity

    K.5C

    explain how proper shoes and clothing promotes safe play and prevent injury

    K.6A

    respond appropriately to starting and stopping signals

    K.6B

    demonstrate the ability to play within boundaries during games and activities

    K.7A

    follow rules, procedures, and safe practices

    K.7B

    work in a group setting in cooperation with others

    K.7C

    share space and equipment with others

    K.3E

    describe the benefits from involvement in daily physical activity such as feel better and sleep better

    K.4A

    observe and describe the immediate effect of physical activity on the heart and breathing rate and perspiration

    K.4B

    locate the lungs and explain their purpose

    K.4C

    state that rest and sleep are important in caring for the body

    K.5E

    explain appropriate reactions during emergencies in physical activities

     

    4th Nine Weeks

     

     

    TEKS #

    Critical Content TEKS/Spiraling Content TEKS

    K.1A

    travel in different ways in a large group without bumping into others or falling

    K.1B

    demonstrate clear contrasts between slow and fast movement when traveling

    K.1C

    demonstrate non-locomotor (axial) movements such as bend and stretch

    K.1D

    maintain balance while bearing weight on a variety of body parts

    K.1F

    demonstrate a variety of relationships such as under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of

    K.2A

    identify selected body parts such as head, back, chest, waist, hips, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, legs, knees, ankles, feet, and toes

    K.2B

    demonstrate movement forms of various body parts such as head flexion, extension, and rotation

    K.3B

     participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities on a daily basis that cause increased heart rate, breathing rate, and perspiration

    K.3C

    participate in appropriate exercises for flexibility in shoulders, legs, and trunk

    K.3D

    lift and support his/her own weight in selected activities that develop muscular strength and endurance of the arms, shoulders, abdomen, back, and legs such as hanging, hopping, and jumping

    K.5A

    use equipment and space properly

    K.5B

    know and apply safety practices associated with physical activity such as not pushing in line and drinking water during activity

    K.5C

    explain how proper shoes and clothing promotes safe play and prevent injury

    K.6A

    respond appropriately to starting and stopping signals

    K.6B

    demonstrate the ability to play within boundaries during games and activities

    K.7A

    follow rules, procedures, and safe practices

    K.7B

    work in a group setting in cooperation with others

    K.7C

    share space and equipment with others

    K.3A

    describe and select physical activities that provide opportunities for enjoyment and challenge

    K.5D

    explain appropriate water safety rules such as never swim alone, never run around pools, look before you jump, enter feet first, and know the role of the lifeguard

     

    4th Nine Weeks

     

     

    TEKS #

    Critical Content TEKS/Spiraling Content TEKS

    K.1A

    travel in different ways in a large group without bumping into others or falling

    K.1B

    demonstrate clear contrasts between slow and fast movement when traveling

    K.1C

    demonstrate non-locomotor (axial) movements such as bend and stretch

    K.1D

    maintain balance while bearing weight on a variety of body parts

    K.1F

    demonstrate a variety of relationships such as under, over, behind, next to, through, right, left, up, down, forward, backward, and in front of

    K.2A

    identify selected body parts such as head, back, chest, waist, hips, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, legs, knees, ankles, feet, and toes

    K.2B

    demonstrate movement forms of various body parts such as head flexion, extension, and rotation

    K.3B

     participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities on a daily basis that cause increased heart rate, breathing rate, and perspiration

    K.3C

    participate in appropriate exercises for flexibility in shoulders, legs, and trunk

    K.3D

    lift and support his/her own weight in selected activities that develop muscular strength and endurance of the arms, shoulders, abdomen, back, and legs such as hanging, hopping, and jumping

    K.5A

    use equipment and space properly

    K.5B

    know and apply safety practices associated with physical activity such as not pushing in line and drinking water during activity

    K.5C

    explain how proper shoes and clothing promotes safe play and prevent injury

    K.6A

    respond appropriately to starting and stopping signals

    K.6B

    demonstrate the ability to play within boundaries during games and activities

    K.7A

    follow rules, procedures, and safe practices

    K.7B

    work in a group setting in cooperation with others

    K.7C

    share space and equipment with others

    K.3A

    describe and select physical activities that provide opportunities for enjoyment and challenge

    K.5D

    explain appropriate water safety rules such as never swim alone, never run around pools, look before you jump, enter feet first, and know the role of the lifeguard

     


     

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