Lindsay, A. 2020, Rainbow Ribbons, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno

Pre-K Standards

Physical Development: 1.PK.1, 2.PK.1, 2.PK.2, 3.PK.1, 4.PK.1, 4.PK.1
Language/Listening: 7.PK.1b
Social Studies/Geography: G5.PK.1

Instructions

Use your whole body and move

  • Move the ribbon up high!
  • Move the ribbon down low!
  • Move the ribbon out to one side with one hand!
  • Move the ribbon to the other side, across your body!
  • Step to the side with the ribbon!
  • Step forward with the ribbon!
  • Step back with the ribbon!
  • Shake the ribbon behind you (no peeking)!
  • Shake the ribbon in front of you!
  • Jump high with the ribbon!
  • Move the ribbon really fast!
  • Move the ribbon in slow motion!

Variation

  • Add music

Skills

  • Large gross motor movement
  • Light cardio

Reference

University of Nevada Reno Cooperative Extension. All 4 Kids Curriculum Lesson 3

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