Movement of Our Body – Skipping and Squatting 

Welcome to class!

Hello, fantastic pupils! Today, we’re going to learn two more awesome movements for our bodies. Get ready to have a great time skipping and squatting!

Movement of Our Body – Skipping and Squatting 

Teacher: Welcome back, my energetic learners! Today, we’ll explore two more exciting movements. Let’s start with “skipping.” Can anyone tell me what skipping is?

Pupil 1: Skipping is when we jump and hop while swinging a rope, right?

Movement of Our Body - Skipping and Squatting 

Teacher: Fantastic job! Skipping is indeed when we jump and hop while swinging a rope over and under our feet. It’s like making music with our bodies and the rope!

Pupil: I want to make skipping music!

Teacher: You can be a skipping musician! Now, let’s talk about “squatting.” Who knows what squatting means?

Movement of Our Body - Skipping and Squatting 

Pupil 2: Squatting is when we bend our knees and go down low, like we’re picking something up from the ground.

Teacher: You got it! Squatting is like picking up treasure from the ground by bending our knees. It’s great for making our leg muscles strong.

Pupil: I’m a treasure hunter!

Teacher: Haha, that’s the spirit! Today, we learned about skipping and squatting. These movements are super fun and keep our bodies healthy.

Summary: In today’s class, we discovered two new body movements – skipping (jumping with a rope) and squatting (bending our knees low). Each movement is like an exciting adventure for our bodies. Don’t forget to try them out with your friends and family to stay active and strong!


Your assignment is to create an “Active Adventure Journal” to document your experiences with skipping and squatting over the next week, and show it to me in our next class.

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing different movement patterns made by people.

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