5th Grade Benchmarks
Essential Standard: Apply competent motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.
Clarifying Objectives (SCOS)
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PE.5.MS.1.1
Execute combinations of more complex locomotor skills and manipulative skills specific to individual, dual and team activities
Put together a combination of more complex locomotor and manipulative skills incorporating directions and pathways specific to the game situation.
Locomotor Skills jump, hop, skip, leap, walk, gallop, slide, run/jog
Manipulative Skills catching, throwing, dribbling, striking, kicking
Directions up, down, right, left, forward, backward
Pathways zigzag, diagonal, curved, straight
  • Direct instruction (walk, dribble basketball and move forward and side to side)
  • Have objects out for students to move around
  • Visual and verbal cues
  • Teacher demonstration
PE.5.MS.1.2
Use increasingly complex skills with power and accuracy
Apply various locomotor and manipulative skills while demonstrating force and accuracy in a game like situation
Locomotor Skills jump, hop, skip, leap, walk, gallop, slide, run/jog
Manipulative Skills catching, throwing, dribbling, striking, kicking
Force hard, soft
Accuracy
  • Direct instruction (run up to soccer ball, plant foot next to ball and kick to goal or target on wall (hard) or partner (softly)
  • Small group work
  • Individual work or partner work
  • Peer coaching/feedback
  • Use a variety of targets/balls for different skill levels
  • Vary distance from target for force and accuracy
  • Modeling for students to follow
PE.5.MS.1.3
Illustrate mature form in combining locomotor and manipulative skills for traditional and non traditional activities
Combining mature locomotor and manipulative skills while participating in traditional and non-traditional activities.
Locomotor Skills jump, hop, skip, leap, walk, gallop, slide, run/jog
Manipulative Skills catching, throwing, dribbling, striking, kicking
Grapevine, Side Sliding, Foot Work, Defense Slide
  • Direct instruction (run up to soccer ball, plant foot next to ball and kick to goal or target on wall (hard) or partner (softly)
  • Small group work
  • Individual work or partner work
  • Peer coaching/feedback
  • Use a variety of targets/balls for different skill levels
  • Vary distance from target for force and accuracy
  • Modeling for students to follow
PE.5.MS.1.4
Create movement sequences that are smooth and fluid and have several different rhythmic patterns.
Compose an original movement sequence that flows between slow, medium and fast tempos.
Smooth, fluid, rhythmic, tempo,
  • Introduce/reintroduce different dances and/or jump rope skills
  • Writing journals for help to remember routines
  • Partner or small group work to enable cooperation
  • Model slow, medium and fast tempos
  • Coordinate with music teacher
  • ”Show off” routines for rest of class
  • Use a variety of implements (jump ropes, lummi sticks)
  • Put gymnastics routine rhythmically to music (Incorporate balances and rolls)
  • Use cue cards for different jump rope skills
  • Create a new jump rope song (i.e teddy bear teddy bear)

5th Grade
Essential Standard: Understand concepts, principles, strategies and tactics that apply to the learning and performance of movement.
Clarifying Objectives (SCOS)
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PE.5.MC.2.1
Select scientific principles and/or concepts that have an effect on the quality of complex movement
Distinguish how absorption and production of force, effort and the transfer of weight have an effect on the quality and improvement of complex movements
Force, power, absorption, weight transfer, effort, laws of motion

PE.5.MC.2.2
Evaluate movement and game skills in order to provide feedback that will lead to improvement
Use a peer assessment to examine a game skill and provide feedback
Assessment, feedback, offense, defense, strategies, visualize, open/closed lines, creating space, force,
  • Dribbling, striking, kicking, throwing, catching drills, rubric or peer checklist
PE.5.MC.2.3
Identify basic offensive and defensive strategies in modified game situations
Recognize basic offensive and defensive strategies such as moving to an open space on offense and staying with an opponent on defense while playing modified games.
Offense, defense, open space, opponent, lead pass, interception, predict, peripheral, triangulation (ball, me, you)
  • Modified Basketball, Flag Football, Floor Hockey, Soccer, European Frisbee or Handball
PE.5.MC.2.4
Analyze the 5 components of health-related physical fitness in terms of their relationship to various activities.
Categorize the 5 health related fitness components in correlation with various activities and fitness assessments.
Health-Related Fitness Components Cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and body composition
Fitness Assessments Curl-ups, pushups, trunk lift, sit and reach and pacer
  • Fitnessgram Testing and have students explore which Health-Related Components match with exercise
  • Exercise Stations and have students explore which Health-Related Components match with exercise

5th Grade
Essential Standard: Understand the importance of achieving and maintaining a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.
Clarifying Objectives (SCOS)
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PE.5.HF.3.1
Understand how to achieve the gender and age related health related physical fitness standard defined by an approved fitness assessment
Complete a FitnessGram assessment. Record and analyze data self- evaluating progress based on gender and age.
Fitness Assessments Curl-ups, pushups, trunk lift, sit and reach and pacer
Record, evaluate, gender, age
  • Fitnessgram
  • Fitnessgram standards for health fitness zones poster
PE.5.HF. 3.2
Implement strategies to achieve health related physical fitness
Calculate heart rate and put into practice activities to maintain targeted heart rate. Design and implement a classroom MVPA plan which increases cardiovascular endurance.
Heart rate, targeted heart rate, MVPA, cardiovascular, endurance
  • Heart rate monitors
  • Heart rate log
  • Student designed fitness program
  • Activity log
  • Integrated into warm-up, motor skill unit, or cool down
PE.5.HF.3.3
Select physical activities that develop/maintain each of the five components of health related fitness.
Construct a list of physical activities and categorize which activities belong in each of the 5 components of health related fitness.
Health-Related Fitness Components Cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and body composition
  • Visuals/ posters showcasing correlations between physical activities and the five components of health related fitness

5th Grade
Essential Standard: Use behavioral strategies that are responsible and enhance respect of self and others and value activity.
Clarifying Objectives (SCOS)
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PE.5.PR.4.1
Use self-control to work independently In developing responsibility and respect for self and others
Evaluate/explain the importance of following rules and procedures while working independently or with others.
Rules, procedures, self-responsibility, cooperation, self-responsibility

PE.5.PR.4.2
Use cooperation and communication skills to achieve common goals.
Examine and demonstrate key components for effective cooperation and communication in order to achieve a physical activity/common goal.
Cooperation, communication, teamwork

PE.5.PR.4.3
Understand the importance of culture and ethnicity in developing self -awareness and working productively with others.
Examine the importance of culture and ethnicity and explain their own potential behavior issues without blaming others.
Culture, ethnics, positive behaviors, negative behaviors