This weeks lab theme was the PBS show Dinosaur Train. The motor skills that we were observing this week were the overhand throw and the catch. The games that were provided for the students to play were hard to see and evaluate these skills properly. Boundaries should have been set up that the students had to throw behind so that they would be able to execute the skill more accurately. As for the catch, it was hard to see the students properly do this because the throws were not very accurate so it made it hard for the other student to catch. So because the game was not very accurate in showing the students skill it was hard to say who was able to complete the skill better and what they could have improved on.
Our group was in the cafeteria this week, I figured that there would be more students to play games with once we got in the gym but we were limited with numbers. Many of our games that we ran were targeted towards a larger group of students so it was hard to execute them properly. I brought in a visual aid to help the students know what kind of dinosaur that they would have to act like but I feel like it was targeted towards younger students instead of the age group that we were dealing with. I still need to find and put music onto my iPod to aid in the games that we are running.