5th grade CO Stnds_5.1.1.a-i

Basic overhand baseball/softball throw:  5.

1.1.a.a

Sideways to target, opposite foot front, ball behind “T”, bend elbow “L”, throw.
 Football throw: 5.1.

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1.a.b

Opposite foot front, ball behind “T”, bend elbow “L”, throw.

 Backhand disc throw: 5.1.1.a.c
Body positioned sideways to target with Frisbee in dominant hand in front, fingers are under rim with thumb on top, bring Frisbee back to across front of body, execute throw by bringing arm slightly forward then flip wrist forward until index finger is pointing toward target, release Frisbee.
 Disc catch: 5.

1.1.a.

d

Eye on the disc, fingers spread out wide, cushion and grab disc to catch.
 Basketball chest pass: 5.1.1.a.e
Hands on sides of ball, fingers spread wide, elbows out, step in direction of throw, push ball from chest, and snap wrists to pass.
Airborne object catch: 5.1.

1.a.f

Eye on the object, extend arms above chest, thumbs point toward each other, cushion the ball to catch, “hug” ball into chest.
 Rolling object catch: 5.

1.1.a.g

Move to position body behind the ball, spread feet at least shoulder width apart, bend knees, eye on object, thumbs pointed away from each other, collect ball.

 Underhand throw: 5.1.1.

a.h 

Facing target, step forward with opposite foot bring ball underhand from back to front.
 Punt a ball dropped from the hands at a target (DOK 1-2): 5.

1.1.b

Step out w/ opposite foot, reach out hands with ball, drop ball, kick.

Dribble a ball (by hand or foot) while preventing another person from stealing the ball (DOK 1-3): 5.1.1.c
Dribbles ball with speed and fluidity using right and left hand/foot as needed with smooth, quick changes of direction while maintaining consistent control and using a variety of techniques to prevent opposition from stealing the ball.
 Volley an object continuously with a partner (DOK 1-2): 5.1.1.d 
Play volleyball “pepper” using the Bump (Eye on the ball, bend legs, fold hands together {fist or palm within the other hand} w/o interlocking fingers, straight arms, bump the incoming ball on forearms), Set (hold hands above head making a diamond shape w/ index fingers and thumbs, cushion the incoming ball making chicken wings w/ elbows, and push the ball up), and Spike (Extend body leading with dominant hand jumping, bring wrist forward to contact the ball without following through w/ arm).

Demonstrate efficient patterns of striking with and without an implement (DOK 1-2): 5.1.1.e
Basic Overhand Serve (Sideways to target, lift racquet behind and ball in front simultaneously, throw ball straight up, bend racquet elbow and swing racquet forward) Forehand (Note: Grip racquet with “V” of thumb and index finger aligned w/ side of racquet. Body oriented sideways to target, racquet way back, bring racquet forward)Backhand (Body oriented sideways to target with same racquet hand and foot forward, arm across body, swing racquet forward)
Demonstrate correct steps and patterns for square, folk, and contemporary dances (DOK 1-3):  5.1.

1.f

Demonstrates proper steps and patterns including: form (bodily stance, orientation, and position), execution/timing, and follow-through with smooth transitions between each step.
Perform a jump routine to music with a partner or small group (DOK 1-3):  5.1.1.

g

Demonstrates proper steps and patterns including: form (bodily stance, orientation, and position), execution/timing, and follow-through with smooth transitions between each step and in coordination with partner(s).
 Develop and refine a gymnastics or creative dance sequence, and demonstrate smooth transitions (DOK 1-4): 5.1.1.

h

Sequence includes: 9 stunts (i.e. rocker, knee balance, stork, tripod, tip-up, headstand, star, tuck, pike, heel click, inch worm, seal walk, egg roll, log roll, cartwheel, etc.), stunts flow from one to another, skills were performed under control and with good form, all group members participated and were involved, and the routine was creative and fun to watch.
Develop and refine a gymnastics sequence or creative dance sequence that combines traveling, rolling, balancing, and weight transfer into smooth-flowing sequences with intentional changes in direction, speed, and flow (DOK 1-4):5.1.1.

i

Demonstrates proper steps and patterns including: form (bodily stance, orientation, and position), execution/timing, and follow-through. Combines traveling, rolling, balancing, and weight transfer into smooth-flowing sequences with intentional changes in direction, speed, and flow.