Moving our Body Parts – Different movements patterns made by animals, people and machines

 

 

Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we are going to explore how various things move in our world. We’ll discover the different ways animals, people, and machines move their body parts.

Moving our Body Parts – Different movements patterns made by animals, people and machines

Movement Patterns by Animals:

Moving our Body Parts - Different movements patterns made by animals, people and machines

Animals move in fascinating ways. Let’s learn some examples:

Slithering: Snakes move by slithering on the ground. They have no legs but can still move smoothly.

Hopping: Frogs hop by jumping with their strong hind legs. It’s like they are playing a jumping game.

Flying: Birds soar through the sky by flapping their wings. They can go high and far.

Moving our Body Parts - Different movements patterns made by animals, people and machines

Swimming: Fish swim gracefully in the water by moving their tails and fins.

Movement Patterns by People:

Moving our Body Parts - Different movements patterns made by animals, people and machines

People have their unique ways of moving:

Walking: We already know this! It’s one foot in front of the other.

Crawling: Babies crawl on their hands and knees before they learn to walk.

Climbing: We use our hands and legs to climb trees, walls, or playground equipment.

Skating: Some people glide on wheels or blades, creating smooth movements.

Movement Patterns by Machines:

Moving our Body Parts - Different movements patterns made by animals, people and machines

Machines help us do many things. They move differently:

Cars: Cars move on wheels, and we drive them. They can go very fast on roads.

Trains: Trains have wheels too, and they run on tracks. They carry people and goods.

Boats: Boats float on water, and their engines make them move smoothly.

Airplanes: Planes fly high in the sky, and their engines and wings help them stay up.

Imagine you’re in a park. You see a snake slithering, a child running, and an airplane flying in the sky. These are all different movement patterns.

Think about how you walk to school, and then, your family drives a car. Two different ways to move!

Conclusion

Our world is full of amazing movements! Animals, people, and machines all have their unique ways of getting from one place to another. Keep observing and learning about these exciting movement patterns.

Stay curious, and you’ll discover more about the incredible world of movement around you!

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

In the next class, we shall be discussing Fundamental Movements Patterns.

In case you require further assistance or have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section below, and trust us to respond as soon as possible. Cheers!

Question Time

  1. Can you name an animal that slithers? How does it move?
  2. What is a unique way that frogs move? Can you imitate a frog’s hop?
  3. Explain how crawling is different from walking. Have you ever crawled like a baby?
  4. What are some common machines that use wheels for movement?
  5. How do trains move on tracks? Where have you seen train tracks?
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