Physical Education and Physical Activity When at Home
Health and Physical Education and Driver Education, Office of Student Learning, Prince William County Schools, March 11, 2020

3rd Grade PE SOLs:
3.3.c) Demonstrate one activity for each component of health-related fitness
3.4.f) Describe one group physical activity to participate in for enjoyment

I can demonstrate one activity for each health-related component of fitness (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body composition).
I can name/list/draw one activity that I enjoy doing with family/friends/others that encourages me be active.
I can list and perform physical activities that I can do both in school and out of school.
I can identify situations after school where I can perform physical activities with others.

4th  Grade PE SOLs:
4.3.c) Create a SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timely) goal for at least one health related component of fitness to improve or maintain fitness level
4.3.d) Identify activities that can be done at school and activities that can be done at home to meet fitness goals
4.4.d) Define integrity and describe the importance of integrity in a physical activity setting

I can create a SMART goal to improve or maintain one area of health-related fitness.
I can name activities I can do at school or at home to help me reach my SMART goal(s).
I can define integrity and describe why it is important in PE.

5th  Grade PE SOLs:
5.3.c) Create a basic personal fitness plan for at least one health-related component of fitness, to include baseline fitness data, SMART goal, activities that will address the goal, log of activities inside and outside of school, reassessment data (post-data) and reflection of goal progress/attainment
5.5.f) Explain that physical activity guidelines recommend 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) every day

I can create personal fitness plan (including baseline fitness data; SMART goal; activities that will address the goal; log of activities inside and outside of school; reassessment data (post-data); and reflection of goal progress/attainment) to improve or maintain one area of health-related fitness.
I can explain the recommendations for daily moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA).