K-3 students work primarily on some gross and fine motor skills that help them develop skills necessary for games. Students will play a variety of lead up games in order to teach physical skills, game play and sportsmanship. Some units covered with primary students are scoops, parachute, soccer, scooters, jump ropes, kick ball, t-ball and many others.
4-6 students work on fundamentals as well, but start to work those more in to actual game progression. Students typically spend the first few days of a unit on skills and lead up games, then get in to the actual games. Some units covered in the upper grades are football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, kickball, softball and some others as well.