A Day At The Park

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Title

A Day At The Park

Subject

Physical Activity; Play; Body Parts; Children; Habits of Health & Habits of Mind (Ubbes, 2008)

Description

National Health Education Standards

Standard 1:
Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.

Performance Indicators for Grade 2:
1.2.1 Identify that healthy behaviors impact personal health.

1.2.2 Recognize that there are multiple dimensions of health.

Standard 7:
Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks.

Performance Indicator for Grade 2:
7.2.1 Demonstrate healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve personal health.

Creator

Gray, Meghan; Heist, Emily

Publisher

Miami University Libraries

Date

2013

Contributor

Ubbes, Valerie A (editor and genre designer); Amery H. (translator)

Format

PDF

Language

English, Chinese

Type

Text

Identifier

ADayAtThePark

Text

A Day At The Park Our Body Parts and Their Actions
By Meghan Gray & Emily Heist

There are many fun and healthy things we can do at the PARK (gōng yuán).
We can fly a KITE (fēng zheng) by bending our ELBOWS (gē bo zhŏu).
We can see DUCKS (yā zi) by moving our EYES (yǎn jing) from side to side.
We can smell FLOWERS (huā pǔ) by sniffing with our NOSES (bí zi).
We can drink from the WATER (shuǐ) fountain by slurping with our LIPS (zuǐ chún).
We can eat PICNIC (yě cān) food by chewing with our TEETH (yá chǐ).
We can hear DOGS (gǒu) bark by listening with our EARS (ěr duo).
We can play on the SWINGS (qiū qiān) by bending our KNEES (xī gài) back and forth.
We can go down the SLIDE (huá tī) by scooting on our BOTTOMS (tún bù).
We can ride a BIKE (sān lún chē) by pumping our LEGS (tuǐ).
We can throw a BALL (qiú) by flexing our HANDS (shǒ).
Now that you know some ways we can exercise our bodies in the park – it’s your turn!

Citation

Gray, Meghan; Heist, Emily, “A Day At The Park,” Health Literacy Database at Miami University, accessed April 24, 2017, http://dlp.lib.miamioh.edu/healthliteracy/items/show/78.