|Pattern||Not Yet||Getting There||Got It||Wow|
|3-3-3||Student uses 1 hand when upstacking and/or downstacking a 3-3-3.||Student demonstrates the general pattern of the 3-3-3. May sometimes stack out of order.||Completes the 3-3-3 with a continuous, circular motion when upstacking and downstacking with confidence and competence.||Completes the 3-3-3 with a continuous motion and downstacks only the last 3 stack with one hand. Can explain rules of the 3-3-3 and judge another student accurately.|
|3-6-3||Student uses 1 hand when upstacking and/or downstacking any part of the 3-6-3.||Student consistently uses two hands when upstacking and downstacking each part of the 3-6-3. Stacking lacks fluidity.||Student uses a circular motion on the 3-stacks and the 3-2-1 method on the 6 stacks when completing the 3-6-3.||Completes the 3-6-3 with a continuous motion and downstacks only the last 3 stack with one hand. Can explain rules of the 3-6-3 and judge another student accurately.|
|S1.E1||Combines locomotor and manipulative skills in a variety of small-sided practice tasks.|
|S2.E3||Differentiates between fast and slow speeds.|
|S3.E3||Differentiates between skill-related and health-related fitness. .|
|S4.E1||Practices skills with minimal teacher prompting.|
|S5.E3||Describes positive feelings that result from participating in physical activities.|
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