MAPEH
Learner’s Material
Unit 4
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  This instructional material was collaboratively developed
and reviewed by educators ...
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MAPEH – Grade 3
Learner’s Material
First Edition, 2013
ISBN:
Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright...
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Table of Contents
Lesson 1
Enjoying Locomotor and Non-Locomotor
Movements……………………………………..4
Lesson 2
Fun with Manipula...
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QUARTER 4
Lesson 1: ENJOYING LOCOMOTOR AND NON-LOCOMOTOR
MOVEMENT
Learning non-locomotors and locomotors skills requi...
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 Sideward right with hand support (4 counts)
 Back to position (4 counts)
d. Head Twist
 Head twist sideward right...
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g. Knee stretching/Pushing
 Stand straight with feet
apart, hands in front
touching the lap.
(count 4)
 Slowly ...
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“If You Want Exercise ,Jump in Place”
By: Virginia T. Mahinay
If you want exercise, jump in place
If you want exercis...
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Let us sing again and let’s do the action.
A Jumping We will Do
By: Virginia T. Mahinay
(Your teacher will provide ...
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Let the pupils sing an action song with partner.
GOD Said, “I Love You
By: Virginia T. Mahinay
(Your teacher will ...
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Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity.
You are now ready to participate in today’s activities
Please ...
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Activity:
Pass it Please
V (Your teacher will provide you the activity)
What did you do with the ball?
I...
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Put a ( √ ) to describe your performance of the
following manipulative skills:
Skills Excellent Good Fair
Needs
Impr...
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Note: Your teacher will assist in every activity.
Let’s play upbeat music and do stretching and walking
exercises ...
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Perform Dance Mixer using different kinds of music.
 
 
 
 
Let the pupils share their experiences in ...
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QUARTER 4
Lesson 4: DANCE MIXERS (KAIBIGAN)
 
 
 
Your teacher will assist you in every activity.
Dance Mixers: Kaib...
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Sing the song:
Paruparong Bukid
(by: Jeorge Hernandez)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Look for another partner and perform the Kaib...
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1. Which figure in the dance did you perform well?
2. Which figure in the dance did you find difficult to
accomplish...
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Quarter 4
Lesson 5: MARACAS RHYTHMICS
 
 
Note: your teacher will assist you in every activity.
Please refer to the ...
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Pupils perform the figure while singing “Jake and Jean”.
(Your teacher will provide you the figures)
 
Divide ...
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QUARTER 4
Lesson 6: STICK RHYTHMICS
How did you do in the previous activities? Did you enjoy
performing? Well, It is...
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Let’s check how far you have learned.
In a stride heel position sing Leron, Leron Sinta using these
step...
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Perform the rhythmic exercises with a ball preferably with
suitable music.
Legend:
3- Very Good
2- Good
1- Fair
Ac...
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Try to study and enjoy playing the following lead up game
Fan the Ball Relay
(Your teacher will provide you the ...
24 
 
 
 
 
Form four small circles. Sing the song “ Sitsiritsit” while putting
hands together in front then on the side.
...
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Activity 1
SHUTTLE RELAY
Try to answer these questions.
a. How did you feel while doing the relay?
b. What are t...
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a. What can you say about the picture?
b. Are you familiar with the game?
c. Can you name some of your favorite indi...
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Form a circle and be seated. Sing the song Sitsiritsit.
Check the box that describes your performance.
(Your teach...
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  1. 1.   MAPEH Learner’s Material Unit 4 3   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph.
  2. 2. 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  3. 3. 3    Table of Contents Lesson 1 Enjoying Locomotor and Non-Locomotor Movements……………………………………..4 Lesson 2 Fun with Manipulatives……………………………. 9 Lesson 3 Dance Mixers……………………………………….. 12 Lesson 4 Dance Mixers (Kaibigan)…………………………. 15 Lesson 5 Maracas Rhythmic…………………………………. 18 Lesson 6 Stick Rhythmic………………………………………. 20 Lesson 7 Let’s Enjoy Playing Lead Up Games…………….. 22 Lesson 8 Luksong Tinik Challenge…………………………… 24
  4. 4. 4    QUARTER 4 Lesson 1: ENJOYING LOCOMOTOR AND NON-LOCOMOTOR MOVEMENT Learning non-locomotors and locomotors skills requires carefully planned instruction. Practice and early correction of errors will help you analyse your performance.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. You are ready now to participate in today’s activities Learn the following warm-up exercise. a. Jog in place (8 counts) walk in place (8 counts) b. Breathing exercise (10 counts) c. Head bend  Forward (4 counts) with hand support  Backward (4 counts) with hand support
  5. 5. 5     Sideward right with hand support (4 counts)  Back to position (4 counts) d. Head Twist  Head twist sideward right (4 counts)  Back to position (4 counts)  Head twist sideward left (4 counts)  Back to position (4 counts) e. Shoulder circle Start with hands down at the sides  Forward (4 counts) with hands down at the side  Backward (4 counts) with hands down at the side f. Trunk Twist  Arms raised up to the chest with palms facing down  To the right (count 4)  Back to position  Repeat to the left (count 4)  Back to position    
  6. 6. 6        g. Knee stretching/Pushing  Stand straight with feet apart, hands in front touching the lap. (count 4)  Slowly move the body downward . (count 4)  Back to position h. Ankle (foot) Circle  Lift right foot and rotate clockwise 4 counts and counter-clockwise 4 counts.  Repeat with the left foot. i. Starting position: half knee bend  Inhale as you slowly stand up and straighten the knees.  Raise arms slowly sideward, upward. (8 counts.)  Exhale as you slowly bring arms downward to original position.  Repeat 3 times        Let’s combine movements. Come on! Enjoy! Let us sing an action song “If You Want Exercise Jump in Place” to the tune of “When You’re Happy and You Know It”.
  7. 7. 7    “If You Want Exercise ,Jump in Place” By: Virginia T. Mahinay If you want exercise, jump in place If you want exercise, hop in place If you want exercise, bend and twist your body in place If you want exercise walk in place Did you stay in the same place? How did you do it? Let’s name the different movements we just performed. What do you call these two movements done together? Look for a partner and form three groups. Let’s do the activity while singing Sit-si-rit-sit. Directions:  Hold hands with your partner.  Walk towards the first cone and bend your trunk.  Proceed to second cone and twist body from left to right.  Continue walking with your partner.  Turn around the chair, run, hop, jump back to the line and tap the next players.  The team whose players completes the movements first wins. In doing the activity, were all the movements the same? Why? What movements did you do in personal space? How about in general space? What types of movements did you combine?        
  8. 8. 8      Let us sing again and let’s do the action. A Jumping We will Do By: Virginia T. Mahinay (Your teacher will provide you the lyrics of the song) Let’s form four circles, and let’s perform the Movements while singing the song. What movements did you perform while singing “ A Jumping We Will Do”? What did you do with the movements when you put these together? Did you enjoy singing while moving?           The combination of basic movements helps improve physical skills by training the body in personal and general space. Teamwork means dividing the task and contributing to the success of the team.
  9. 9. 9      Let the pupils sing an action song with partner. GOD Said, “I Love You By: Virginia T. Mahinay (Your teacher will provide you the lyrics of the song) What combined movements did you perform while singing the song? Did you enjoy singing the song? Check the column that best describes your performance in today’s activity. (Your teacher will provide you the table chart) QUARTER 4 Lesson 2: FUN WITH MANIPULATIVES Basketball is a popular game. In this lesson you will enjoy doing basic skills in dribbling, passing, rolling and catching. Learning the ability to execute these skills properly will develop your arm strength, hand and feet movements.    
  10. 10. 10    Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. You are now ready to participate in today’s activities Please refer to the warm up exercise in Lesson 1 of the Q4LM.   Let us perform the different combined movements printed on the flashcards. Let’s do it correctly.  What do you call this object that I hold?  What do you do with a ball?  Can you do it? Let’s perform the Double Dribble movements What movements did you perform? What did you use in performing the activity? How did you use the ball? Did you enjoy playing with each other? Let’s have another game. Let us enjoy. “Hit It” (Your teacher will provide you the mechanics) What movements did you perform in doing the game? Did you enjoy doing the game with your classmates? Why? WALKING WITH  ARMS SIDEWARD  SLIDE LEFT/RIGHT  WITH A TWIST  RUN WITH ARMS  UPWARD   
  11. 11. 11                Activity: Pass it Please V (Your teacher will provide you the activity) What did you do with the ball? In which direction did you go? Did you enjoy playing the game with your group?     Sing any action song that you learned from the previous lesson.   Manipulative skills are done with the use of light implements. It can also be a combination of locomotor and non- locomotor movements. For fun and excitement , it is important to interact with people while playing.    
  12. 12. 12    Put a ( √ ) to describe your performance of the following manipulative skills: Skills Excellent Good Fair Needs Improvement 1. Dribbling 2. Passing 3. Catching 4. Kicking QUARTER 4 Lesson 3: DANCE MIXERS DANCE MIXERS Dance Mixers is a kind of participation dance in a social setting that involves changing partners. It encourages skilled dancers to meet new partners and beginners to dance with more advanced partners. Come on let’s do the Dance Mixers!  
  13. 13. 13      Note: Your teacher will assist in every activity. Let’s play upbeat music and do stretching and walking exercises in any direction. forward, backward, sideward) You will form two (2) big circles The boys must face counterclockwise in the inner circle. The girls must face clockwise in the outer circle. Enjoy dancing while singing  Sing “Leron Leron Sinta” several times. Clap your hands as you sing the song for the first time. March in your place as you sing the song for the second time. Look for a New partner Perform the Dance Mixers entitled; KAMAYAN (Shaking Hands) Formation: Space Double circle, boys in the inner circle and facing counter clockwise, girl in the outer cirlce facing clockwise.
  14. 14. 14                  Perform Dance Mixer using different kinds of music.         Let the pupils share their experiences in meeting new friends through Dance Mixer.   Put a check ( √ ) if you agree with the faces that describe your answer and put an ( X ) if not. (Your teacher will provide you the table or chart)   Dance Mixers are fun and enjoyable because these create camaraderie among the participants. Value Infusion: Participate and cooperate in the execution of dance steps in the Dance Mixers to meet new partners/friends    
  15. 15. 15    QUARTER 4 Lesson 4: DANCE MIXERS (KAIBIGAN)       Your teacher will assist you in every activity. Dance Mixers: Kaibigan Execute the following steps:  Step hop  Step swing  Walking clockwise  Do-si-do DANCE MIXERS (KAIBIGAN) Mixers, square dancing, and round dancing are activities that get you on your feet, add fun, help create a comfortable atmostphere, and make socialization a success. The frequent changing of partners is typical of dance mixers.   Are you ready to dance and meet new partners? 
  16. 16. 16      Sing the song: Paruparong Bukid (by: Jeorge Hernandez)               Look for another partner and perform the Kaibigan Dance Mixers.     Form a circle and be seated. Sing the song “Paruparong Bukid.”   Kaibigan is one of the Dance Mixers that can help pupils show their skills in following directions they meet new partners help create comfortable atmosphere and make socialization a success.     
  17. 17. 17    1. Which figure in the dance did you perform well? 2. Which figure in the dance did you find difficult to accomplish? 3. On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest, how can you rate your dance performance in this lesson? 4. Color the stars that describe your overall performance in this lesson.   5 stars ‐ Excellent  4 stars – Very Good  3 stars ‐ Good  2 stars ‐ Fair 1 star ‐ Poor
  18. 18. 18    Quarter 4 Lesson 5: MARACAS RHYTHMICS     Note: your teacher will assist you in every activity. Please refer to the warm up exercises in Lesson 1 of Q4 LM. Let’s demonstrate different movements with the use of maracas. (Your teacher will provide you the different movements). Perform movements using maracas by groups first, then as a class. Group 1 will perform column A while Group 2 will perform column B, Group 3 will perform column C. Then rotate assignments so that you can perform all the skills.                     Performing rythmic routines with improvised maracas is a manipulative skill that develops body coordination, gracefulness, and confidence. It also tests how well the body moves to the rhythm of the music.
  19. 19. 19          Pupils perform the figure while singing “Jake and Jean”. (Your teacher will provide you the figures)   Divide the class into groups. Practice the different positions to the rhythm of the music.     Perform the figures with music. The teacher will grade the pupils according to the following criteria: Legend: 3 – Very Good 2 – Good 1 – Needs Improvement Activities Score Followed the steps accurately with confidence Performed and moved the body to the rhythm of the music Showed cooperation in working with the group
  20. 20. 20    QUARTER 4 Lesson 6: STICK RHYTHMICS How did you do in the previous activities? Did you enjoy performing? Well, It is great you reached this far. In this material, you will be doing more challenging steps that incorporate locomotor and non-locomotor skills. Your gracefulness, balance and body coordination are still developing.You will focus on persons and objects.   (Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity) Warm up first yourself with these exercises. (Please refer to LM/Q4/Lesson 1) Are you ready? Let’s start with movements of the hands and feet. Let’s start with hand and feet movements. (Your teacher will provide you the activity)
  21. 21. 21                Let’s check how far you have learned. In a stride heel position sing Leron, Leron Sinta using these steps. (Your teacher will give you the steps) Cool yourself while doing this activity. Form a circle and sing any song that you learned. Clap your hands following the rhythm of the song.     Rhythmic routine is an activity that helps us express our feelings and relationships to a person and the objects used. It also helps develop coordination, balance and flexibility. When music is applied it helps our body respond to its rhythm. Person -refers to individual partner or group Objects -refer to ribbons, hoops, balls, and any available indigenous/ improvised material, sound and environment (indoor or outdoor settings).  
  22. 22. 22      Perform the rhythmic exercises with a ball preferably with suitable music. Legend: 3- Very Good 2- Good 1- Fair Activities Score Did feet movements accurately Did hand movements correctly Applied implements are well in hand movements Performed the whole rhythmic activity with gracefulness Had fun in doing the activity QUARTER 4 Lesson 7: LET’S ENJOY PLAYING LEAD UP GAMES Have you experienced dancing or playing with a partner? How about joining a group activity? How did you feel while working or playing with others? Have you experienced playing alone? How did you feel when you played alone?     Note: You teacher will assist you in every activity. Do the warm up exercises in Lesson 1 of Q4 LM
  23. 23. 23        Try to study and enjoy playing the following lead up game Fan the Ball Relay (Your teacher will provide you the activity)                 Try to do the following activity: Push me, Pull me Directions: 1. Get a partner and do a cross sitting position while facing each other. 2. Place both palms together and hold on to each other 3. On the given signal, push and pull each other alternately and slowly like swaying.   We can improve locomotor skills by participating in simple games and relays. We can develop hand and wrist coordination through manipulative skills by learning basic wrist exercises.  
  24. 24. 24          Form four small circles. Sing the song “ Sitsiritsit” while putting hands together in front then on the side. Check the appropriate column based from your performance in playing lead up games. (Your teacher will give you the checklist) QUARTER 4 Lesson 8: LUKSONG TINIK CHALLENGE You learn in your past lessons about lead up games. In this lesson , you will study the famous Luksong Tinik.       Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. Let us start with warm –up exercises. Refer to Lesson 1 in Q4 LM.    
  25. 25. 25        Activity 1 SHUTTLE RELAY Try to answer these questions. a. How did you feel while doing the relay? b. What are the different skills applied in playing the relay? c. Did you enjoy doing the relay? d. What values did you learn from doing the relay? Now look at the picture. Try to describe and identify the skills associated with the picture. Luksong Tinik
  26. 26. 26    a. What can you say about the picture? b. Are you familiar with the game? c. Can you name some of your favorite indigenous games? d. What motor skills are needed to play the Luksong Tinik? e. Do you want to play the game with your classmates? This time you are going to play the actual game of Luksong tinik. You will apply the motor skills that you have learned. Activity 2 “LUKSONG TINIK”               Activity 3 Chinese Garter (Your teacher will give you the activity)   Luksong Tinik is an indigenous game with three or more players using hands and feet as Tinik. The game develops your leg strength and jumping skills. Balance – means to give equal weight. Leaping – means springing or bound upward from ground with one foot and landing on the oppo foot. Jumping - means springing from one or both feet, then landing on both feet.    
  27. 27. 27      Form a circle and be seated. Sing the song Sitsiritsit. Check the box that describes your performance. (Your teacher will give you the checklist)

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