Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Helping Hands at St. Mary's

We helped St. Mary's set up for the Bazaar that was held on Saturday, November 20th.  We brought tables and chairs up from the cafeteria, and set up different hands on games such as; catch the fish and different throwing target games.

All of us that helped set up!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Gobble Gobble!!! Thanksgiving at St. Mary's

The students at St. Mary's went gobble gobble today as they played their games we created/ found for them to play today! The Pre-K sailed on the Mayflower today; used the scooters to Plymouth Rock; then dribbled a bouncy ball over to the food; where they ran it over to make Thanksgiving dinner.  Then went through it again and agian! The students loved it! The students at St. Mary's seemed to really have liked the Thanksgiving theme and games! Happy Thanksgiving St. Mary's

Monday, October 25, 2010

It's HALLOWEEN at St. Mary's!!!!!

The students at St. Mary's were so energetic when we came into the school in Halloween costumes!!! Today we worked on throwing and catching, some students grasped the concept very quickly, others struggled with it.  I had the gym group today so I had first hand experience on seeing the struggles and the more advanced students.  Overall it was a fun and exciting early Halloween for the students and for us!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Lab 3! Learning to Leap, Horizontal Jump, and Slide!!

Teaching my SUPERHERO SONG!!!!
Today at St. Mary's we watched two students perform a leap, a horizontal jump, and a slide.  Of course they did other locomotive skills, these were just the main skills we were watching for today.  It is so interesting to see the different stages that kids are at while they are doing these activities.  The differences between males and females, ages, sometimes even size makes a difference.  I was in the special teams group and our jobs were to make posters on all the locomotive skills, this was a good way to let the students know each step to each locomotive skill that they learned today.  Using a visual aid helps kids pick up and learn the terminology that is needed for some skills.