JLBC Kindergarten JLBC Grade Level Objectives
(Refer to JLBC monitoring sheets for guided breakdown skills.)
JLBC Skilled Movement
The JLBC Cadets will demonstrate a minimum of two critical elements (isolated, small parts of
the actual skill or movement) for locomotor, non-manipulative, and manipulative skills.
a) JLBC Cadets Demonstrate a minimum of two critical elements used in the locomotor skills of
walking, running, hopping, jumping and landing, galloping, sliding, and skipping.
b) JLBC Cadets Demonstrate a minimum of two critical elements used in the non-manipulative
bending, pushing, pulling, stretching, turning, twisting, swinging,
swaying, rocking, balancing, and rolling.
c) JLBC Cadets Demonstrate a minimum of two critical elements used in stationary manipulative skills
(e.g., toss and throw to targets, bounce and catch, toss and catch, kick to target, strike
with paddle, dribble, roll, trap, volley with hand).
d) JLBC Cadets Demonstrate a minimum of two critical elements used in manipulative skills while
e) JLBC Cadets Demonstrate moving to a rhythm using basic rhythmic patterns.
JLBC Movement Principles and Concepts
The JLBC Cadets will demonstrate the movement concepts of directions, levels, pathways, and effort (force and speed) while performing locomotor skills.
JLBC Personal Fitness
The JLBC Cadets will participate in moderate-to-vigorous physical activities that cause increased heart rate, breathing rate, and perspiration.
JLBC Responsible Behaviors
The JLBC Cadets will use appropriate behaviors and safe practices in physical activity settings.
a) Demonstrate good listening skills when learning procedures and receiving instruction.
b) Demonstrate sharing and being cooperative and safe with others.
c) Demonstrate an understanding of public and personal space.
Physically Active Lifestyle
The student will participate in regular physical activity.
The student will explain why physical activity is good for health.