• Tech to play video for students
  • Speed Stacks Sets
  • Tables
  • Line markers
  • StackMats (mats and timers)
  • Pens/pencils
  • Time sheets (see print options)

Student Objectives

  • Practice all sport stacking events (individual, doubles and relays)
  • Apply knowledge of sport stacking to a competition

Station Setup Adjust equipment as needed to account for space, time, and class size

Video Outline = Instructor needs to take action

  1. Introduction
  2. Assemble class into teams of 4, and spread out into stations (see diagram above)
  3. Lead "Competition Day" event
    • Students will move from station to station with their relay team (team of 4).
    • Students will pair off 2 and 2 within their team of 4 to make doubles pairs.
    • At each station, students will stack the designated pattern and take turns using the StackMat to record their times on the time sheets.
    • Manage the time so that every student stacks at each of the stations.
  4. Wrap up

SHAPE America Standards

S1.M25Demonstrates correct technique for a variety of skill sin 1 self-selected individual performance activities.
S2.E3Applies movement concepts to strategy in game situations.
S3.E2Actively engages in physical education class in response to instruction and practice.
S4.M6Demonstrates knowledge of rules and etiquette by self-officiating modified physical activities.
S5.M6Demonstrates the importance of social interaction by helping and encouraging others, avoiding trash talk, and providing support to classmates.

Assessment of SHAPE America Standards

When you print, this will be a full sheet that you can use to assess your student's progress.
We also offer a spreadsheet version if you prefer to copy and past your student's names.

SHAPE Standard

Student Name
Susie Stacker


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