PE, Grades K-5, Week 3 – Bones and Muscles

cranium the cranium is located in the head and it protects the brain [Music] mandible the mandible is the lower jawbone you the clavicle is located on the top front of the chest and connects the shoulder and the arm to the chest the sternum is located in the center of the chest it connects the rib cage protects the heart other internal organs and it supports the wrist [Music] the vertebrae [Music] are located in the center of the back and they protect the spinal cord as well as support the upper body [Music] you the notion of muscle motion biceps biceps bends the arm triceps triceps straightens the arm PEC toriel’s yes I can push away harm deltoids deltoids push to the sky latissimus dorsi I can help me climb high hamstrings gluteals stand me up tall quadriceps quadriceps kick the ball abdominals protect the intestinal wall great job make the Fab 5 be she Maddie next cardio kid and flexy their five ordinary kids with an extraordinary mission which is to help every kid in America to understand how to get in shape and eat right with the balance of good nutrition and exercise nothing can get in your way join their team and get moving motor skills locomotor skip there are four critical elements the head the upper body the lower body and the rhythm the head the head is stable the eyes are looking forward and there is no side-to-side movement the upper body the body is upright the elbow joints are at a 90 degree angle as the arms swing the arms and legs move in opposition the hands swing from the waist to the shoulder the lower body the opposite knee drives up during the hopping phase the weight is on the balls of the feet throughout the movement forward motion occurs during the hop and during the forward step rhythm a smooth rhythmic speed and distance is maintained throughout the movement the pattern consists of a step and then a hop locomotor skip motor skills locomotor jump there are four critical elements the head the upper body the lower body and the rhythm the head head is level the head is facing the direction of travel the upper body the core is engaged throughout the movement in preparation for the jump the arms are extended behind the body as the jump occurs the arms are driven upward the lower body the knees flex in preparation for the jump the weight is on the falls the feet the legs extend and push off the balls of the feet upward the landing occurs again on the balls of the feet rhythm the pattern consists of a preparation jumping and landing on both feet transition occurs with consistent speed distance and height jump use your right hand to squeeze your left arm move slowly from your wrist to your shoulder switch to your left hand sweeping your right arm from your wrist to your shoulder [Music] you [Music]

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