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1 The Ontario Curriculum GRADE 1 checklist format compiled by: The Canadian Homeschooler using the current Ontario Curriculum

2 Content Introduction... Page 3 Mathematics... Page 4 Language Arts... Page 9 Science & Technology... Page 17 Social Studies... Page 23 The Arts... Page 26 Health & Physical Education... Page 30 Ontario: Grade 1 Page 2

4 Math Number Sense & Numeration Quantity Relationships - read, represent, compare and order whole numbers to 50, and use concrete materials to investigate fractions and money amounts. Counting -demonstrate an understanding of magnitude by counting forward to 100 and backwards from 20 Represent, compare, and order whole numbers to 50, using a variety of tools and contexts Read and print in words whole numbers to ten, using meaningful contexts Demonstrate, using concrete materials, the concept of conservation of number Relate numbers to the anchors of 5 and 10 Identify and describe various coins, using coin manipulatives or drawings, and state their value Represent money amounts to 20, through investigation using coin manipulatives Estimate the number of objects in a set, and check by counting Compose and decompose numbers up to 20 in a variety of ways, using concrete materials Divide whole objects into parts and identify and describe, through investigation, equal sized parts of the whole, using fractional names Demonstrate, using concrete materials, the concept of one-toone correspondence between number and objects when counting Count forward by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s to 100, using a variety of tools and strategies Count backwards by 1s from 20 and any number less than 20 Count backwards from 20 by 2s and 5s using a variety of tools Use ordinal number to thirty-first in meaningful contexts Ontario: Grade 1 Page 4

5 Operational Sense -solve problems involving addition and subtraction of singledigit whole numbers, using a variety of strategies Solve a variety of problems involving the addition and subtraction of whole numbers to 20, using concrete materials and drawings Solve problems involving the addition and subtraction of single-digit whole numbers, using a variety of mental math strategies Add and subtract money amounts to 10, using coin manipulatives and drawings. Measurement Attributes, Units & Measurement Sense -estimate, measure, and describe length, area, mass, capacity, time, and temperature, using nonstandard units of the same size Measurement Relationships - compare, describe, and order objects, using attributes measured in non-standard units. Demonstrate an understanding of the use of non-standard units of the same size for measuring Estimate, measure, and record lengths, heights, and distances Construct, using a variety of strategies, tools for measuring lengths, heights, and distances in non-standard units Estimate, measure, and describe area, through investigation using non-standard units Estimate, measure, and describe the capacity and/or mass of an object, through investigation using non-standard units Estimate, measure, and describe the passage of time, through investigation using non-standard units Read demonstration digital and analogue clocks, and use them to identify benchmark times Name the months of the year in order, and read the date on a calendar Relate temperature to experiences of the seasons Compare two or three objects using measurable attributes and describe the objects using relative terms Compare and order objects by their linear measurements, using the same non-standard unit Use the metre as a benchmark for measuring length, and compare the metre with non-standard units Ontario: Grade 1 Page 5

6 Describe, through investigation using concrete materials, the relationship between the size of a unit and the number of units needed to measure length Geometry & Spatial Sense Geometric Properties - identify common twodimensional shapes and three-dimensional figures and sort & classify them by their attributes Geometric Relationships - compose and decompose common two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional figures Location and Movement - describe the relative locations of objects using positional language Identify and describe common two-dimensional shapes and sort & classify them by their attributes, using concrete materials and pictorial representations Trace and identify the two-dimensional faces of threedimensional figures, using concrete models Identify and describe common three-dimensional figures and sort & classify them by their attributes using concrete materials and pictorial representations Describe similarities and differences between an everyday object and a three-dimensional figure Locate shapes in the environment that have symmetry, and describe the symmetry Compose patterns, pictures, and designs using common twodimensional shapes Identify and describe shapes within other shapes Build three-dimensional structures using concrete materials, and describe the two-dimensional shapes the structures contain Cover outline puzzles with two-dimensional shapes Describe the relative locations of objects or people using positional language Describe the relative locations of objects on concrete maps created in the classroom Create symmetrical designs and pictures, using concrete materials and describe the relative locations of the parts Ontario: Grade 1 Page 6

7 Patterning & Algebra Patterns & Relationships -identify, describe, extend, and create repeating patterns Expressions and Equality - demonstrate an understanding of the concept of equality, using concrete materials and addition and subtraction to 10 Identify, describe, and extend, through investigation, geometric repeating patterns involving one attribute Identify and extend, through investigation, numeric repeating patterns Describe numeric patterns in hundreds chart Identify a rule for a repeating pattern Create a repeating pattern involving one attribute Represent a given repeating pattern in a variety of ways Create a set in which the number of objects is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in a set Demonstrate examples of equality, through investigation, using a balance model Determine, through investigation using a balance model and whole numbers to 10, the number of identical object that must be added or subtracted to establish equality. Ontario: Grade 1 Page 7

8 Data Management & Probability Collection and Organization of Data - collect and organize categorical primary data and display the data using concrete graphs and pictographs, without regard to the order of labels on the horizontal axis Data Relationships Demonstrate an ability to organize objects into categories by sorting and classifying objects using one attribute and by describing informal sorting experiences Collect and organize primary data that is categorical and display the data using one-to-one correspondence, prepared templates of concrete graphs and pictographs and a variety of recording methods. Read primary data presented in concrete graphs and pictographs, and describe the data using comparative language - read and describe primary data presented in concrete graphs and pictographs; Probability -describe the likelihood that everyday events will happen. Pose and answer questions about collected data Describe the likelihood that everyday events will occur, using mathematical language Ontario: Grade 1 Page 8

9 Language Arts Oral Communication Listening to Understand -listen in order to understand and respond appropriately in a variety of situations for a variety of purposes Identify purposes for listening in a few different situations, formal and informal Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate listening behaviour by using active listening strategies in a few different situations Identify a few listening comprehension strategies and use them before, during, and after listening in order to understand and clarify the meaning of oral text, initially with support and direction Demonstrate an understanding of the information and ideas of oral texts by retelling the story or restating the information, including the main idea Use stated and implied information and ideas in oral texts, initially with support and direction, to make simple inferences and reasonable predictions Extend understanding of oral texts by connecting the ideas in them to their own knowledge and experience; to other familiar texts, including print and visual texts; and to the world around them Identify words or phrases that indicate whether an oral text is fact or fiction, initially with support or direction Begin to identify, with support and direction, who is speaking in an oral text and the point of view expressed by the speaker Begin to identify some of the presentation strategies used in oral text and explain how they influence the audience Ontario: Grade 1 Page 9

10 Speaking to Communicate - use speaking skills and strategies appropriately to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes Identify a few purposes for speaking Reflecting on Oral Communication Skills and Strategies -reflect on and identify their strengths as listeners and speakers, areas of improvement and the strategies they found most helpful in oral communication situations Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate speaking behaviour in a few different situations, including paired sharing and small- and large-group discussions Communicate ideas and information orally in a clear, coherent manner Choose appropriate words to communicate their meaning accurately and engage the interest of their audience Begin to identify some vocal effects, including tone, pace, pitch, and volume, and use their appropriately to help communicate their meaning Identify some non-verbal cues, including facial expression, gestures, and eye contact, and use them in oral communications, appropriately and with sensitivity towards cultural differences, to help convey their meaning Use one or more appropriate visual aids to support or enhance oral presentations Begin to identify, with support and direction, a few strategies they found helpful before, during, and after listening and speaking Begin to identify how their skills as viewers, representers, readers, and writers help them improve their oral communication skills. Ontario: Grade 1 Page 10

13 Writing Developing and Organizing Content -generate, gather, and organize ideas and information to write for an intended purpose and audience Using Knowledge of Form and Style in Writing - draft and review their writing, using a variety of informational, literary, and graphic forms and stylistic elements appropriate for the purpose and audience Identify the topic, purpose, audience, and form for writing, initially with support and direction Generate ideas about a potential topic, using a variety of strategies and resources Gather information to support ideas for writing in a variety of ways and/or from a variety of sources Sort ideas and information for their writing in a variety of ways, with support and direction Identify and order main ideas and supporting details, initially with support and direction, using simple graphic organizers and simple organization patterns Determine, after consultation with the teacher and peers, whether the ideas and information they have gathered are suitable for the purpose Write sort texts using a few simple forms Begin to establish a personal voice in their writing by using pictures and words that convey their attitude or feeling towards the subject or audience Use familiar words and phrases to convey a clear meaning Write simple but complete sentences that make sense Begin to identify, with support and direction, their point of view and one possible different point of view about the topic Identify elements of their writing that need improvement, including content, organization, and style, using feedback from the teacher and peers Make simple revisions to improve the content, clarity, and interest of their written work, using a few simple strategies Produce revised draft pieces of writing to meet criteria identified by the teacher, based on the expectations Ontario: Grade 1 Page 13

14 Applying Knowledge of Language Conventions and Presenting Written Work Effectively -use editing, proofreading, and publishing skills and strategies, and knowledge of language conventions, to correct errors, refine expression, and present their work effectively Reflecting on Writing Skills and Strategies -reflect on and identify their strengths as writers, areas of improvement and the strategies they found most helpful at different stages in the writing process Spell some high-frequency words correctly Spell unfamiliar words using a variety of strategies that involve understanding sound-symbol relationships, word structures, and word meanings Confirm spellings and word meanings or word choices using one or two resources Use punctuation to help communicate their intended meaning, with a focus on the use of: a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence; a period, question mark, or exclamation mark at the end Use parts of speech appropriately to communicate their meaning clearly, with a focus on the use of: nouns for names of people, places, and things; the personal subject pronouns I, you, he, she, it, we, they; verbs to tell what they do and feel; some adjectives; and simple prepositions of place Proofread and correct their writing using a simple checklist or a few guiding questions posted by the teacher for reference Use some appropriate elements of effective presentation in the finished product, such as print, different fonts, graphics, and layout Produces piece of published work to meet criteria identified by the teacher, based on the expectations Identify some strategies they found helpful before, during, and after writing Describe, with prompting by the teacher, how some of their skills in listening, speaking, reading, viewing, and representing help in their development as writers Select pieces of writing they think show their best work and explain the reasons for their selection Ontario: Grade 1 Page 14

15 Media Literacy Understanding Media Texts -demonstrate an understanding of a variety of media texts Understanding Media Forms, Conventions, and Techniques - identify some media forms and explain how the conventions and techniques associated with them are used to create meaning Creating Media Texts -create a variety of media texts for different purposes and audiences, using appropriate forms, conventions, and techniques Identify the purpose and intended audience of some simple media texts Identify overt and implied messages, initially with support and direction, in simple media texts Express personal thoughts and feelings about some simple media works Describe how different audiences might respond to specific media texts Begin to identify, with support and direction, whose point of view is presented in a simple media text and suggest a possible alternative perspective Identify, with support and direction, who makes some of the simple media texts with which they are familiar, and why those text are produced Identify some of the elements and characteristics of a few simple media form Identify, initially with support and direction, the conventions and techniques used in some familiar media Identify the topic, purpose, and audience for media texts they plan to create Identify an appropriate form to suit the purpose and audience for a media text they plan to create Identify conventions and techniques appropriate to the form chosen for a media text they plan to create Produce some short media texts for specific purposes and audiences, using a few simple media forms and appropriate conventions and techniques Ontario: Grade 1 Page 15

16 Reflecting on Media Literacy Skills and Strategies -reflect on and identify their strengths as media interpreters and creators, areas of improvement and the strategies they found most helpful in understanding and creating media texts Identify, initially with support and direction, what strategies they found most helpful in making sense of and creating media texts Begin to explain, initially with support and direction, how their skills with listening, speaking, reading, and writing help them to make sense of and produce media texts Ontario: Grade 1 Page 16

17 Science & Technology Understanding Life Systems: Needs and Characteristics of Living Things Relating Science and Technology to Society and the Environment -assess the role of humans in maintaining a healthy environment Developing Investigation and Communication Skills -investigate needs and characteristics of plants and animals, including humans Identify personal action that they themselves can take to help maintain a healthy environment for living things, including humans Describe changes or problems that could result from the loss of some kinds of living things that are part of everyday life, taking different points of view into consideration Follow established safety procedures and humane practices during science and technology investigations Investigate and compare the basic needs of humans and other living things, including the need for air, water, food, warmth, and space, using a variety of methods and resources Investigate and compare the physical characteristics of a variety of human plants and animals, including humans Investigate the physical characteristics of plants and explain how they help the plant meet its basic needs, using a variety of methods and resources Investigate characteristics of parts of the human body, including the five sense organs, and explain how those characteristics help humans meet their needs and explore the world around them Use appropriate science and technology vocabulary, including investigation, explore, needs, space, and food, in oral and written communication Use a variety of forms to communicate with different audiences and for a variety of purposes Ontario: Grade 1 Page 17

18 Understanding Basic Concepts - demonstrate an understanding of the basic needs and characteristics of plants and animals, including humans Identify environment as the area in which something or someone exists or lives Identify the physical characteristics of a variety of plants and animals Identify the location and function of major parts of the human body, including sense organs Describe the characteristics of a healthy environment, including clean air and water and nutritious food, and explain why it is important for all living things to have a healthy environment Describe how showing care and respect for all living things helps to maintain a healthy environment Identify what living things provide for other living things Describe how the things plants and animals use to meet their needs are changed by their use and are returned to the environment in different forms Ontario: Grade 1 Page 18

19 Understanding Structures and Mechanisms: Materials, Objects, and Everyday Structures Relating Science and Technology to Society and the Environment -assess the impact of people and the environment of objects and structures and the materials used in them Developing Investigation and Communication Skills -investigate structures that are built for a specific purpose to see how their design and materials suit the purpose Understanding Basic Concepts - demonstrate an understanding that objects and structures have observable characteristics and are made from materials with specific properties that determine how they are used Identify the kinds of waste produced in the classroom, and plan and carry out a classroom course of action for minimizing waste, explaining why each action is important Assess objects in their environment that are constructed for similar purposes in terms of the type of materials they are made from, the source of these materials, and what happens to these objects when they are worn out or no longer needed Follow established safety procedures during science and technology investigations Investigate characteristics of various objects and structures, using their senses Investigate, through experimentation, the properties of various materials Use technological problem-skills, and knowledge acquired from previous investigations, to design, build, and test a structure for a specific for a specific purpose Use appropriate science and technology vocabulary, including investigation, experiment, explore, purpose, rigid, flexible, solid, and smooth, in oral and written communication Use a variety of forms to communicate with different audiences and for a variety of purposes Describe objects as things that are made of one or more materials Describe structures as supporting frameworks Describing materials as substances from which something is made Describe the function/purpose of the observable characteristics of various objects and structures, using information gathered through their senses Describe how showing care and respect for all living things helps to maintain a healthy environment Ontario: Grade 1 Page 19

20 Identify the materials that make up objects and structures Distinguish between objects (including structures) and materials found in nature and those made by humans Describe between properties of materials that enable objects and structures made from them to perform their intended function List different kinds of fasteners (e.g. zipper, tape, glue, button) and describe the uses of each Identify the sources in nature of some common materials that are used in making structures Understanding Matter and Energy: Energy in Our Lives Relating Science and Technology to Society and the Environment -assess uses of energy at home, at school, an din the community, and suggest ways to less energy Developing Investigation and Communication Skills -investigate how different types of energy are used in daily life Describe their own and their family's uses of energy; identify ways in which these uses are efficient or wasteful, taking different points of view into consideration; suggest ways to reduce personal energy consumption; and explain why it is important for people to make these choices Describe how the everyday lives of different people and other living things would be affected if electrical energy were no longer available Follow established safety procedures during science and technology investigations Investigate how the sun affects the air, land, and/or water, using a variety of methods and resources Design and construct a device that uses energy to perform a task Investigate and compare seasonal difference in the ways we use energy and the types of energy we use Use scientific inquiry/experimentation skill, and knowledge acquired from previous investigations, to explore the effects of light and heat from the sun Investigate how the sun's energy allows humans to meet their basic needs, including the need for food Ontario: Grade 1 Page 20

21 Understanding Basic Concepts - demonstrate an understanding that energy is something that is needed to make things happen, and that the sun is the principal source of energy for the earth Use appropriate science and technology vocabulary, including investigate, explore, design, energy, and survival, in oral and written communication Use a variety of forms to communicate with different audiences and for a variety of purposes Demonstrate an understanding that energy is what makes the thing they do or see happen Demonstrate an understanding that the sun, and the earth's principal source of energy, warms the air, land, and water; is a source of light for the earth; and makes it possible for food to grow Identify food as a source of energy for themselves and other living things Identify everyday uses of various sources of energy Demonstrate an understanding that humans get the energy they need from the world around them, and that supply of many of these resources is limited so care needs to be taken in how we use them Understanding Earth and Space Systems: Daily and Seasonal Changes Relating Science and Technology to Society and the Environment -assess the impact of daily and seasonal changes on living things, including humans Developing Investigation and Communication Skills -investigate daily and seasonal changes Assess the impact of daily and seasonal changes on human outdoor activities and identify innovations that allow for some of these activities to take place indoors out of season Assess ways in which daily and seasonal changes have an impact on society and the environment Follow established safety procedures during science and technology investigations Investigate the changes in the amount of light from the sun that occur throughout the day and year Investigate the changes in the amount of heat from the sun that occur throughout the day and in the various seasons Ontario: Grade 1 Page 21

22 Understanding Basic Concepts - demonstrate an understanding of what daily and seasonal changes are and of how these changes affect living things Use scientific inquiry/research skills, including generating questions and knowledge acquired from previous investigations, to identify daily and/or seasonal changes and their effects Use appropriate science and technology vocabulary, including investigate, temperature, hibernate, dormant, energy, and survival, in oral and written communication Use a variety of forms to communicate with different audiences and for a variety of purposes Identify the sun as Earth's principal source of heat and light Define a cycle as a circular sequence of events Describe changes in the amount of heat and light from the sun that occur throughout the day and the seasons Describe and compare the four seasons Describe changes in appearance or behaviour of living things that are adaptations to seasonal changes Describe how humans prepare for and/or respond to daily and seasonal changes Identify the sources in nature of some common materials that are used in making structures Ontario: Grade 1 Page 22

24 Application - explain how and why relationships, rules, and responsibilities may change over time, and in different places Explain how events and actions can cause rules and responsibilities to change, and describe what some new rules and responsibilities might be Identify an area of concern and suggest changes in rules or responsibilities to provide possible solutions Order a sequence of events to demonstrate how relationships, rules, or responsibilities change over time, and in different places Canada and World Connections: The Local Community Knowledge and Understanding -recognize that communities consist of various physical features and community facilities that meet human needs Inquiry/Research and Communication Skills - use a variety of resources and tools to gather, process, and communicate information about the distinguishing physical features and community facilities in their area Identify the physical and social needs of residents in the an area Identify the distinguishing physical features of their community (e.g. Buildings, roads, rivers, lakes) List the occupations of some people in the community Identify the places in which people work and describe the technologies, tools, and vehicles they use List the different ways in which people travel around a community Brainstorm and ask simple questions (e.g. How? Why?) to gain information about their local community Use pictures, maps, print materials, media sources, and/or class trips to locate information about their local community, including safe places in the community Use illustrations, key words, and simple sentences to sort, classify, and record information about their local community Use appropriate vocabulary to communicate the results of inquiries and observations about their local community Ontario: Grade 1 Page 24

25 Map, Globe, and Graphic Skills Application - describe how people in the community interact with each other and the physical environment to meet human needs Make models and read maps of familiar areas in their local community Use non-standard units to measure distance on a map Demonstrate an understanding of scale Use their own symbols on a map to identify buildings and places in their local community Recognize that different colours represent different things on a map Use appropriate words to describe relative locations of places and objects Identify and describe routes with the school, using familiar symbols and landmarks Construct a model of their local community to show how people's physical and social needs are served within the area List a variety of occupations in the community and explain how they meet people's needs Ontario: Grade 1 Page 25

26 The Arts Dance Creating and Presenting -apply the creative process to the composition of simple dance phrases, using the elements of dance to communicate feelings and ideas. Reflecting, Responding, and Analysing - apply the critical analysis process to communicate their feelings, ideas, and understandings in response to a variety of dance pieces and experiences Exploring Forms and Cultural Contexts -demonstrate an understanding of a variety of dance forms and styles from the past and present, and their social and/or community contexts Use movements that are part of their daily experience in a variety of ways in dance phrases Use dance as a language to express feelings and ideas suggested by songs, stories, and poems, with a focus on the element of body, particularly body shapes Create dance phrases using a variety of ways to connect movements Use varied and/or contrasting body shapes to communicate different types of messages Describe differences they observe when various movements from daily life are used as the basis or stimulus for movements in a dance phrase Identify and describe how the element if body is used in contrasting ways to communicate ideas in their own and others' dance phrases, with teacher support Identify and give examples of their strengths and areas for growth as dance creators and audience members Describe, with teacher guidance, a variety of dances from different communities around the world that they have seen in the media, at live performances and social gatherings, or in the classroom Identify and describe dance experiences in their own lives and communities Ontario: Grade 1 Page 26

27 Drama Creating and Presenting -apply the creative process to dramatic play and process drama, using the elements and conventions of drama to communicate feelings, ideas, and stories Reflecting, Responding, and Analysing -apply the critical analysis process to communicate feelings, ideas, and understandings in response to a variety of drama works and experiences Exploring Forms and Cultural Contexts - demonstrate an understanding of a variety of drama and theatre forms and styles from the past and present, and their social and/or community contexts Engage in dramatic play and role play, with a focus on exploring a variety of sources from diverse communities, times, and places Demonstrate an understanding of the element of character by adopting thoughts, feelings, and gestures relevant to the role being played Plan and shape dramatic play by building on the ideas of others, both in and out of role Communicate feelings and ideas to a familiar audience using a few simple visual or technological aids to support and enhance their drama work Express feelings and ideas about a drama experience or performance in a variety of ways, making personal connections to the characters and themes in the story Demonstrate an understanding of how the element of character/role is used in shared classroom drama experiences and theatre to communicate meaning Identify and give examples of their strengths, interests, and areas for improvement as drama participants and audience members Identify and describe drama and theatre forms, events, and activities that they experience in their home, school, and community Demonstrate an awareness of a variety of roles, themes, and subjects in dramas and stories from different communities around the world Ontario: Grade 1 Page 27

28 Music Creating and Presenting -apply the creative process to create and perform music for a variety of purposes, using the elements and techniques of music Reflecting, Responding, and Analysing - apply the critical analysis process to communicate their feelings, ideas, and understandings in response to a variety of music and musical experiences Exploring Forms and Cultural Contexts -demonstrate an understanding of a variety of musical genres and styles from the past and present, and their social and/or community contexts Sing songs in unison and play simple accompaniments for music from a wide variety of diverse cultures, styles, and historical periods Apply the elements of music when singing, playing, and moving Create compositions for specific purpose and a familiar audience Use the tools and techniques of musicianship in musical performances Demonstrate understanding that sounds can be represented by symbols Express initial reactions and personal responses to musical performances in a variety of ways Describe ways in which the elements of music are used for different purposes in the music they perform, listen to, and create Identify and give examples of their strengths and areas for growth as musical performers, creators, interpreters, and audience members Identify and describe musical experiences in their own lives Identify a variety of musical pieces from different cultures through performing and/or listening to them Ontario: Grade 1 Page 28

29 Visual Arts Creating and Presenting -apply the creative process to produce a variety of two- and three-dimensional art works, using elements, principles, and techniques of visual arts to communicate feelings, ideas, and understandings Reflecting, Responding, and Analysing - apply the critical analysis process to communicate their feelings, ideas, and understandings in response to a variety of art works and art experiences Exploring Forms and Cultural Contexts -demonstrate an understanding of a variety of art forms, styles, and techniques from the past and present, and their social and/or community contexts Create two- and three-dimensional works of art that express feelings and ideas inspired by personal experiences Demonstrate an understanding of composition, using principles of design to create narrative art works or art works on a theme or topic Use elements of design in art works to communicate ideas, messages, and personal understandings Use a variety of materials, tools, and techniques to respond to design challenges: drawing mixed media painting printmaking sculpture Express their feelings and ideas about art works and art experiences Explain how elements and principles of design are used to communicate meaning or understanding in their own and others' art work Demonstrate an awareness of signs and symbols encountered in their daily lives and in works of art Identify and document their strengths, their interests, and areas for improvement as creators of art Identify and describe visual art forms that they see in their home, at school, in their community, and in visual art experiences Demonstrate an awareness of a variety of works of art from diverse communities, times, and places Ontario: Grade 1 Page 29

30 Health & Physical Education Active Living Active Participation -participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities and identify how regular physical activity can be incorporated into their daily lives Physical Fitness - demonstrate an understanding of the importance of being physically active and apply physical fitness concepts and practices that contribute to healthy, active living Safety -demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activities Actively participate in a wide variety of program activities, according to their capabilities, while applying behaviours that enhance their readiness and ability to take part Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to their personal enjoyment of being active as they participate in a wide variety of individual and small-group activities Identify a variety of ways to be physically active at school and at home Daily Physical Activity (DPA): participate in sustained moderate to vigorous physical activity for a minimum of 20 minutes each day Demonstrate an understanding of how being active helps them to be healthy Identify the physical signs of exertion during a variety of physical activities Demonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of others during physical activity Identify environmental factors that post safety risks during their participation in physical activities and describe ways of preparing themselves to enjoy outdoor activities safely Ontario: Grade 1 Page 30

31 Movement Competence: Skills, Concepts, and Strategies Movement Skills and Concepts - perform movement skills, demonstrating awareness of the basic requirements of the skills and applying movement concepts as appropriate, as they engage in a variety of physical activities Movement Strategies - apply movement strategies appropriately, demonstrating an understanding of the components of a variety of physical activities, in order to enhance their ability to participate successfully in those activities Perform a variety of static balance, using different body parts at different levels Demonstrate the ability to move and stop safely and in control, with an awareness of people and equipment around them Perform a variety of locomotor movements, travelling in different directions and using different body parts Send objects of different shapes and sizes at different levels and in different ways, using different body parts Receive objects of different shapes and sizes at different levels and in different ways, using different body parts Demonstrate an understanding that different physical activities have different components, and apply this understanding as they participate in and explore a variety of individual and small-group activities Apply a variety of simple tactics to increase their chances of success while participating in and exploring physical activities Ontario: Grade 1 Page 31

32 Healthy Living Understanding Health Concepts -demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy development Making Healthy Choices - demonstrate the ability to apply health knowledge and living skills to make reasoned decisions and take appropriate actions relating to their personal health and well-being Making Connections for Healthy Living -demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and wellbeing how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others' health and well-being Explain why people need food to have healthy bodies Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safety Identify body parts, including genitalia (e.g., penis, testicles, vagina, vulva), using correct terminology Identify the five senses and describe how each functions Describe how the food groups in Canada's Food Guide can be used to make healthy food choices Know and recognize cues to hunger, thirst, and the feeling of fullness, and explain how they can use these cues to develop healthy eating habits Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and exploitive behaviours and describe the feelings associated with each Apply their knowledge of essential safety practices to take an active role in their own safety at school Demonstrate an understanding of and apply proper hygienic procedures for protecting their own health and preventing the transmission of disease to others. Demonstrate an understanding of how to stay safe and avoid injuries to themselves and others in a variety of situations, using knowledge about potential risks at home, in the community, and outdoors Identify habits and behaviours that can be detrimental to health, and explain how people can be encouraged to adopt healthier alternatives Ontario: Grade 1 Page 32

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