PHYSICAL LITERACY

Learning the Fundamental Movement Skills help kids build the competence and confidence to participate and stay in sports. We have included videos below to provide guidance on assessing where each child is with developing that skill and what the progression on that skill is. There are a few more fundamental skills that we have not included so please contact us if you would like to learn more.

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RUNNING

Why is running an important skill? 

 

Running will provide them the basis of being able to participate in a multitude of sports and activities such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, track and field, squash, rugby, and tennis.

JUMPING

Why is jumping an important skill?

  

If kids know how to jump, they will be able to participate in basketball, soccer, badminton, volleyball, baseball, hockey, track and field, tennis, diving, and softball.

 

THROWING

Why is throwing an important skill?  

 

If kids know how to throw, they will be able to participate in soccer, softball, bowling, baseball, goalball, football, and rugby.

 

CATCHING

Why is catching an important skill? 

 

If kids know how to catch, they will be able to participate in soccer, softball, baseball, goalball, football, tennis, squash, basketball, and rugby.

 

KICKING

Why is kicking an important skill? 

 

If kids know how to kick, they will be able to participate in soccer, football, and rugby.

TWO-HANDED STRIKING

Why is two-handed striking an important skill? 

 

If kids know how to two-handed strike, they will be able to participate in hockey, baseball, tennis, badminton, and squash.

 
 
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