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Please see my tabs for more movement ideas and information about The Kid's Heart Challenge!

                                                Welcome to LSECC Physical Education!


 Hello, my name is Sherry Rose (Coach Rose), and I will be teaching your child Physical Education this school year. This is my 26th year of teaching and I have loved every minute of it.  My experiences range from Special Education to Middle School English as well as 3rd Grade and Physical Education K-5th grade. I graduated from Texas Sate University with a B.S. of Education and have obtained many certificates along the way in English, Special Education, Physical Education and English as a Second Language. I have three grown children ranging in age from 26-30 and two grandchildren.  

  My program is very play based and will be focused on helping our preschool aged children become confident movers through a safe, fun, and supportive environment. I will be using the SPARK Early Childhood Curriculum as a base and will add on and or substitute activities as needed. Feel free to check out this curriculum at  I look forward to working with you and your child this school year and can be reached via email, or by phone at 830-627-8249 if you have any questions or concerns. My conference period is from 2:20-3:00 daily.

Thank you,

Coach Rose

" Play is the highest form of research"

Albert Einstein

My Philosohy:

  I believe children should learn in a fun and safe environment that contributes to  developing and aquiring movement skills. Children learn best through movement and need structured opportunities to develop physical skills. I believe that when children are presented with age appropriate movement challenges in a constructive, positive way they begin to develop physical skills that lead to a positive self image and positive outlook on living an active, healthy life. 

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7:55-8:15 Tilghman

8:15-8:40 Barrett/Medina

8:45-9:05 DeBrock

9:10-9:30 Hickman

9:35-9:55 Fischer

10:00-10:20  Dominguez

10:25-10:45 Rolandt

10:50-11:10 Blair

Tuesday/ Thursday

7:55-8:15  Caballero/Medina

8:20-8:40  Cardenas

8:45-9:05 Cooper

9:10-9:30  DelaCruz

9:35-9:55  Massie/Smith

10:00-10:20 McPherson/Smith

10:25-10:45 Weige

10:50-11:10 Hanson

11:15-11:35 Bryan

11:40-12:00 Salinas


Friday: Motor Lab

Week A

7:55-8:15 Tilghman

8:15-8:40 Barrett/Medina

8:45-9:05 DeBrock

9:10-9:30 Hickman

9:35-9:55 Fischer

10:00-10:20  Dominguez

10:25-10:45 Rolandt

10:50-11:10 Blair


Friday: Motor Lab 

Week B

7:55-8:15  Caballero/Medina

8:20-8:40  Cardenas

8:45-9:05 Cooper

9:10-9:30  DelaCruz

9:35-9:55  Massie/Smith

10:00-10:20 McPherson/Smith

10:25-10:45 Weige

10:50-11:10 Hanson

11:15-11:35 Bryan

11:40-12:00 Salinas


Coach Sharon Rose (Sherry)



Conference Period: 2:20-3:00

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Would  You Rather :


Roll the Dice:

Kid's Exercise :

Free Go Noodle : Appropriate for Pre-K 

Go Noodle:

Cosmic Yoga:

Little Sports (workouts for kids):

At home workouts for kids:

Brain Breaks:

Just Dance: Sugar Family Fitness:

Popping Bubbles:

Jack Hartman Exercise :

Baby Shark:

Kiboomers Freeze and Dance:


Importance of Exercise Sing Along :

Kids Bop:

Everyday our little ones walk around school with their shoes untied.  This can cause falls  and can be dangerous especially during active play.  The teachers spend a lot of time tying them for them but wouldn’t it be awesome if they could tie them themselves!  I would like to present your family with a shoe tying challenge ! Listed below are four YouTube videos teaching different shoe tying techniques.    Please watch the videos and practice  with your child daily ! If they can tie their shoes when we return to school I will make them an official Shoe Tying Captain badge to wear as a  reward! This badge will allow them to tie other children’s shoes and teach them how to tie as well! This will not only build confidence, but will teach them kindness and contribute to school safety!

 I cannot wait to see how many of our students become official Shoe Tying Captains !                                  

Thank you!

Coach Rose

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Sweat Deck

Super Stretch

Sing Song YogaSworkit Kids

Cosmic Kids

Eat and Move

HeatRate Lite


Skipping Skills


Obstacle Course:  For the course that I made in my backyard for my vidoe I used the following: small cones to weave in and out, a bench to cross over, hurdles to leap over, a box to crawl through, two noodles to balance and walk across, rings to hopscotch through. You can also use things from home such as empty plastic bottles, tubs, rope, limbs, mats, towels, ladders, hula hoops to create a course. Empahsize  positional words over, under, across, though, in, out, around as they use agility and coordination to move through the course rather than speed.

Movement Cube Game: Grab a cube shaped box or a paper cube template . Write or draw a picture of a movement on each side of the cube ie. walk, skip, gallop, jump, hop, Bear Walk, Crab Walk, tree, push-ups, curl-ups, plank, Blast Off etc.. Roll the die and perform the movement shwoing for a set number of repetitions or to the beat of music. Play until worn out! 

Variation: Number a piece of paper 1-6 and wrote a movement next to each number. Roll a die and perform the movement matching the die number for a set number of repetitions or to the beat of music. You can also use another die for repetitions. 

Sidewalk Chalk Pathway Course: Using sidewalk chalk draw a combination of challenges onto the sidewalk for your child to explore. For example, straight, curved and zig-zag line, feetwork challenges, lilly pads, bridges, beams, hopscotch, letter and number and shape patterns, leaping, hopping, jumping, bear and crab walking etc. 

Movement Games :

Movement Games:

Dollar Store Obstacle Course:


Sidewalk Chalk Obstacle Course:



A. Gross Motor Development Skills

1. Demonstrates Coordination and Balance in Isolation

a. Balance: beam, ( pathways ) 2 foot, 1 foot, and while  transporting objects like a beanbag or ball.

b. Hop: 2 feet, 1 foot

c. Locomotor : walk, jog, run, gallop, jump (skip when ready)

d. Coordinates Leg/ Body Movements: spinning on bottom and stomach; swinging arms, legs , objects.

e. Body Control; start, stop, change direction and speed, move, jump back and forth and side to side.

2. Coordinates a Sequence of Movements to Perform Tasks

a. Obstacle Course; crawl under, over, through, jump over, climb up, through, around .

b. Ball Play: catch, strike with hand or object, foot strike-kick, throw with dominant and non-dominant hand.

c. Axiel Movements: Non-locomotor reach, twist, turn, bend .

d. Participates in : group games, group activities.

e. Spatial Movements- Locomotor Skills: running, jogging, galloping, sliding, skipping, leaping (skip whan ready).

f. Moves to Rhythm- Dance 

B. Fine Motor Development Skills

1. Demonstrates Small Muscle Strength and Control

a. Manipulates:play tools, small parts, clay.

b. Grasps: writing utensils-pencils, markers, crayons ; eating ustensils :  spoons, forks .

2.  Demonstrates Hand - Eye Coordination

a. Solving puzzles

b. Self-help tasks: button, zipper, snap, buckle.

c. String items: beads, letters, numbers.

c. Lacing: shoes, letters, numbers.

d. Draw: pictures, shapes.

From Head to Toe by Eric Carle:  read aloud

Sing Along:

Dancing Feet by Lindsey Craig and Illustrations by Marc Brown :

We're Going on a Bear Hunt by by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury

Barnyard Dance by Sandra Boynton

Move by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page

Wiggle by Doreen Cronin Illustrated by Scott Menchin

You are a Lion by Tae-Eun Yoo

Can You Make a Scary Face by Jan Thomas

Clap Your Hands by Lorinda Bryan Cauley

Clip Clop by Nicola Smee

Ball Play: Try using a larger or lighter ball such as a beach ball when teaching beginning tossing and catching skills

Balloons are a grea way to improve ehe-hand coordination because they move slowly through the air. Make sure to supervise due to chokcing hazard. 

Instead of using a basketball goal try having your child throw a ball into a bucket that is low to the ground and large enough to be successful.

Jumprope- Try attaching a half of a noodle onto the rope to make it heavier and a visual for when to walk over or jump.

Kicking: Try using a larger  target such as beachball when teaching your child to kick and place it stationary on the floor by their foot.

Bubbles- Try using bubbles for great eye-hand coordination and tracking.

Practice balance by either drawing lines with chalk on the ground or using painters tape.

Jumping- try using a mini trampoline with a handle or have them hold your hand while they learn to bend their knees and bounce.  Try having them walk over a line and progress to leaping and jumping. 

Partner up with a sibling or peer and move and dance.

Animal Movements: Have them move like horse, rabbit, kangaroo, bird, snake, puppy, bear, crab, elephant, gorilla, snake  etc.  Use visuals or model for them and have them mirror you and make the sound that animal makes as you move.

Make movement fun with visuals, make believe, music, rhymes, dances , props, and music.



 If your child participated in the 2020 Kid's Heart Challenge and earned prizes I wanted to let you know that they are being held by the AHA due to the Covid-19 restrictions.  I am guessing that they will be delivered when school starts and I will make sure that I get them to you then. I apologize for this wait and appreciate your patience in this.  Please email me if you know your child will be receiving gifts so that I can email you when the gifts arrive and get them to you! 

Thanks you,

Sherry Rose

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