Today marked the first day of fall! The children were busy being active and exploring the outdoors!
Michigan Standard of Quality:
Physical Development and Health
Learning Expectation: Children experience growth in gross motor
development and use large muscles to improve a variety of gross motor
skills in both structured and unstructured settings
Begin or continue to develop traveling movements such as walking,
climbing, running, jumping, hopping, skipping, marching, or galloping.
2.) Show their ability to use different body parts in a rhythmic pattern.
Show increasing abilities to coordinate movements such as throwing,
catching, kicking, bouncing balls, or using the slide and swing in order
to build strength, flexibility, balance, and stamina.
Kristen Nagl HDF 409