CH Physical Education
Young children experience personal feelings of success and achievement through movement. Kindergarten physical education focuses on the development of fundamental motor skills and movement experiences.
As young children experience personal feelings of success and achievement through movement, they learn about their spatial relationships with others. They acknowledge that others may share their space; they learn to move about in their space without interfering with others; and they learn to take turns and share interactions with others. This can be a first step in becoming a teammate and in participating in larger group activities.
Kindergarten students explore different ways their bodies move in relation to themselves, others, and various objects. They discover the joy of playing with friends, and they learn how social interaction can make activities more fun.