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Carma Sorensen

Student Instructions

Dinosaur Movement Cube

1. Print the die from here by clicking on "view original" in the example window. Or, if you can't print, have your child circle one of the dinosaurs with a tool, then have them do the movement associated with that dinosaur. (If you choose this option, of course you skip steps 2 and 3). 2. Cut it out, fold it and glue the tabs to make a cube. 3. Have your child toss the cube and perform the action that shows on the top of the die. Try them all! 4. Click on the button. 5. Take a picture with the tool. 6. Click the to add to your journal. Simplify: * If your child doesn't understand the verbs on the die (or does nothing when instructed), try modeling the action for them and try again. * If your child doesn't have the balance or control for some of the actions, substitute easier ones like, "Clap like a T-Rex" or "Smile like a Velociraptor." * You throw the die and let them retrieve it however they can (crawling, scooting, etc.) Or switch and let them throw and you bring it back. Have Fun! Extend: * Try printing and making two dice. Have them throw both and do two actions at once. Silly and fun! * Have your child teach the actions to and take turns with a sibling. * Have your child cut out and glue the die. Core Standards: * Standard PE 3 yr.1.1: Participate in activities that develop control and balance during movement that moves the child from one place to another (for example, walk forward in a straight line, hop, run and stop, change direction, and jump over low objects). * Standard PE 4 yr.1.4: Demonstrate wrist, hand, and finger control (for example, screw on and off lids, button, zip, push an object, use scissors, create art). * Standard SS 3 yr.5.1: With prompting and support, interact cooperatively with others by sharing, turn-taking, resolving conflicts, and recognizing others’ needs.

Pre-K, Physical Education
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