Students continue to develop competence in modified versions of various games and recreational activities. They can apply similar concepts from one sport or movement setting to another. Students demonstrate decision-making skills, conflict-resolution skills, appropriate etiquette, and respect for others. Students achieve and maintain personal fitness standards and set reasonable and appropriate goals for improvement or maintenance of health-related fitness. Students learn to refine their critical-thinking skills to avoid unsafe situations, analyze health information and products, and maintain healthy relationships. Students exhibit a healthy lifestyle, interpret health information, and promote good health.
Students demonstrate competence in skillful movement in modified game situations and recreational activities. They transition from modified versions of movement forms to more complex applications across all types of activities. Students are able to set goals, track progress, and participate in the activities to improve health-related fitness. They begin to relate short and long-term consequences of health choices and apply health skills to specific personal, family, and community health concerns. Students learn to refine critical-thinking skills to avoid unsafe situations, analyze health information and products, and maintain healthy relationships. Students begin to investigate health in the broader context of community.