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Students jump over a twirling jump rope as well as twirl a jump rope. Students demonstrate what a \"front door\" and what a \"back door\" is related to entering a jump rope while twirling. They demonstrate and maintain continuous activity with a long jump rope. Finally, they are introduced to Chinese jump rope and Double Dutch jump rope.
Students research the importance of jump ropes in sports. Students team up with a partner to time their jump roping and heart rates. Students preform various skills using the jump rope.
Students participate in a district American Heart Association Jump Rope event. They meet students in their age from other schools in a social setting. Students come to the High School gym on a Saturday morning in February. They are given a t-shirt, snacks and drinks for participating.
Fourth graders develop jump roping skills which include hand and foot coordination. For this health lesson, 4th graders practice good sportsmanship. Students cooperate with other classmates during this activity. Students learn how to develop strength in both their lungs and heart. Students are assessed by teacher observations during the jump rope activity.
Middle schoolers examine what is needed to maintain a healthy cardiovascular endurance. They practice jumping rope and other skills. They combine the movements into a rountine and determine their target heart rates.
Jump rope! Jump with both feet. Jump on your left foot. Jump on your right foot. In pairs, count for your partner how many jumps they can do in a row. Do each type of jump three times. Take the data collected back to math class and find the mean, mode, and median. Great details for a very basic jump rope lesson.
Students practice grade level math skills. In this math lesson, students solve math facts on index cards and collaboratively arrange them in numerical order on a jump rope. Correct order earns the team a chance to physically move towards a finish line. Game can be adapted for any grade level math skill.
Pupils are able to individually perform non-locomotor stretches with and without a jump rope. They demonstrate the following locomotor jumping skills while jumping rope. They jump on one foot, alternating feet, and two feet.
Students engage in group jump rope activities. In this jump rope lesson, students follow directions to play various jump rope games, some with specific songs attached. There are 4 different renditions of jump rope activities included.
Second graders read a book entitled "Jump Rope." They predict what may happen in the story. Students explore reading strategies for decoding unknown words. They observe text features of the book. Cross-curricular activities are provided.
A great non-calculation problem that lets your math minds explore without the pressure of the right answer. Your learners will have to compare boys and girls playing soccer and jump rope during recess. How many more boys than girls are playing soccer? For every boy, how many girls are jumping rope? Have a class discussion and record the answers, try sentences and ratio relationships.
Students explore how to turn and jump over a jump rope.
Fourth graders participate in a jump rope relay game. They form teams and use a jump rope to jump through a zigzag pattern in a relay format.
Young scholars practice math skills while jumping rope.
Third graders demonstrate jump rope skills. In this physical education lesson, 3rd graders are divided into groups of four and complete a series of jump rope activities. Students hand off the jump rope to their teammate when they complete the activity.
Fifth graders practice memorizing a whole poem or an excerpt of it. Individually, they recite the poem to the class and then perform the poem while completing a jump rope routine. To end the instructional activity, they work with others to develop a new routine to share with the class.
Leave it to the classic jump rope to get your class excited about physical activity! Your class will begin by discussing the benefits of jumping rope as a form of exercise and learning a few different types of jumps. Then in groups of four, your young athletes will engage in various activities that will build in progression, and ultimately lead to independent jump rope practice. This is the first resource in a series of fitness and physical activity lessons.
Young scholars develop jump roping skills and increase stamina. In this Health and PE lesson students are challenged to learn new jump rope skills. Young scholars participate in a number of circuit jump rope activities before finishing with a cool down and journal prompt response.
Pupils practice using their physical skills while performing physical activities. In this physical education lesson, students participate in musical orchestrated dances with their classmates. Pupils utilize a jump rope and musical instruments as they collaborate with classmates.
Second graders count by fives and tens to 100 as they jump rope. They share ropes and one counts as one jumps. They may be asked to count by twos and even ones or double jump.