Objectives

  • Review the 3-3-3 and 3-6-3
  • Race using the 3-3-3 and 3-6-3
  • Learn timed relay stacking
  • Exhibit responsible personal and social behavior
  • Recognize challenge in physical activities can lead to success

Equipment

  • One set of Speed Stacks per student
  • Even number of students per color team

Instant Cardio Activity (5-10 Minutes)

Lesson activities are meant to offer movement and reinforce sport stacking techniques. Depending on available time, these can be repeated or combined. Use the suggested activities below or choose from the complete Cardio Activity list

Rock, Paper, Scissors

Classic fun mixed with fitness and sport stacking in this simple game

Teach (20 Minutes)

Timed 3-6-3 Relay

Each team will use their own table or space on the floor to practice and time themselves in the Timed 3-6-3 Relay. Unlike the Head to Head Relay teams are not competing against one another, rather against themselves to try and better their time. One team on one table (Or floor) with one set of Speed Stacks and 1 Stackmat for each team. The lead competitor for that team starts at the table, while the other 4-5 members wait behind a start line, 7’ back, to be tagged. The lead competitor starts the timer and the last competitor ends the timer and team can work autonomously. Tables are not required as teams can use the floor.

Challenge Activity

Teams work on the Timed 3-6-3 Relay. Teams have a set amount of time to see what their fastest recorded time will be. Each team member has to try a different position on the team (starter, middle, last stacker).

Modifications

  • Have students only complete a simpler stack while learning how to follow the rules for the Timed Relays.
  • Put 4 teams at one 6-foot table if space is limited.

Fitness Cardio (10 Minutes)

Lesson activities are meant to offer movement and reinforce sport stacking techniques. Depending on available time, these can be repeated or combined. Use the suggested activities below or choose from the complete Cardio Activity list

Grade Level Progressions for Sport Stacking: Timed Relay

Grade Level Description
K Can explain the rules of timed relays.
1 Completes timed relays with few infractions.
2 Completes three timed relays in a row without any infractions.

Assessment of Timed Relay

Grade Level Not Yet Getting There Got It Wow
K Know there are timed relays in sport stacking. Can explain at least one aspect of a timed relay (roles of team members, what causes infractions) Can explain the rules of timed relays. Completes at least one timed relay without any infractions.
1 Can explain at least one aspect of a timed relay (roles of team members, what causes infractions) Can explain the rules of timed relays, but does not complete them correctly. Completes at least one timed relay without any infractions. Completes 3 timed relays in a row without any infractions.
2 Can explain the rules of timed relays, but does not complete them correctly. Completes at least one timed relay without any infractions. Completes 3 timed relays in a row without any infractions. Completes timed relays with efficient hand offs to each teammate.

SHAPE America Standards

Standard Description
S3.E3.K Recognizes that when you move fast, your heart beats faster and you breathe faster.
S3.E3.2 Identified physical activities that contribute to fitness.
S4.E4.K Shares equipment and space with others.
S4.E6.2 Works safely and independently with equipment.
S5.E2.K-2 Acknowledges that some activities are challenging, challenge leads to success and can compare activities that bring confidence and challenge.

Assessment of SHAPE America Standards

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SHAPE Standard

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Practicing
1
Developing
2
Proficient
3
Advanced
4
Student Name
Susie Stacker
 
 
 

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