Students develop the skills and concepts needed to lead a healthy, active lifestyle. Skills learned in kindergarten are applied to a greater number of modified games. These skills include locomotor movements (i.e. running, jumping, galloping), non-locomotor movements (i.e. bending/stretching, twisting/turning, pushing/pulling) and basic manipulation of objects (i.e. throwing/catching, dribbling, rolling/receiving, striking). Students are held to higher level of expectation when it comes to demonstrating cooperative skills (i.e. sharing, helping, communication). They are also introduced to more competitive activities that teach the basic concepts of sportsmanship and conflict resolution.