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LIFE SKILLS

Grade 1

HEALTHY LIVING

Module 5

EXERCISE

I exercise to keep my body healthy. Draw yourself.

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Using your body

Think of all the machines you have ever seen or used. Which one was the best? Many of you will probably choose a computer or a play station. Indeed, these are all wonderful, but none is as wonderful as your body is. Your body is the most wonderful machine that has ever been made. It can do hundreds of wonderful things.

Your educator will take you outside so that you can experience some of the things your wonderful body can do.

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Look what I can do!

  • Your body can do so many things!
  • Draw the things you can do.

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Run Skip
Jump Change direction
Stop Start again
  • How do you feel after this activity?
  • Colour the correct pictures. Then tell your educator and your friends.
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Assessment

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Learning Outcomes(LO’s)
LIFE ORIENTATION
LO 3
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENTThe learner is able to use acquired life skills to achieve and extend personal potential to respond effectively to challenges in his / her world.
We know this when the learner:
3.3 shows and identifies different emotions and identifies them.
LO 4
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AND MOVEMENTThe learner is able to demonstrate an understanding of, and participate in activities that promote movement and physical development.
We know this when the learner:
4.1 demonstrates ways of throwing, striking, rolling, bouncing, receiving and moving with a ball;4.2 uses a combination of body parts to locomote, rotate, elevate and balance, with or without equipment;4.4 participates in free play activities using a variety of equipment.

Memorandum:

Exercise:

We need exercise to develop our muscles and keep our hearts strong. Have a class discussion on the different forms of exercise the learners enjoy, e.g. cricket, soccer, rugby, netball, tennis, athletics, ballet, hockey, walking and horse riding. Learners must now paint a picture of themselves engaging in their favourite activity.

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