Learners work in pairs to set goals during a throwing and catching activity.
Aim high! Make a plan to reach you goals!
Learners will be able to:
Say: Let’s see if you can solve some riddles about the four parts of fit. I will give you a clue, then you will guess whether I am talking about recharge, mood, food, or move. (Practice each movement before you read the riddle clues that follow.)
Here are the clues:
You can set recharge, mood, food, or move goals to make healthy choices. Goals can be big (long-term goals), like wanting to be an astronaut or playing on a professional sports team, or small (short-term goals), like drinking water instead of soda or turning off screens in the evening. Goals always start with a plan. Without a plan, a goal is just a wish.
To set a goal, remember G-O-A-L-S:
The number one thing you need to know is to set a goal, you need a plan!
Today we are going to practice setting goals. You will do throwing and catching activities, then make a plan and set a goal to improve your throwing and catching skills.
Describe a goal you will work on this week. What is your plan?