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Basic Motor Competencies in Kindergarten: MOBAK Assessment Test

Increasingly the question arises about learning outcomes of physical education.
MOBAK is a curriculum-based motor skill development assessment test.

It is by far the most practical and relevant assessment test and with 8 challenges very easy to implement in our opinion.

Most important, it looks at what basic motor competencies enable children to play an active part in the culture of sports and exercise,  rather than. a succession of random physical tests.

Playlist of the 8 MOBAK motor competencies tests
 

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 Exercise 1: Throwing

Exercise 2: Catching

Exercise 3: Bouncing

Exercise 4: Dribbling

Exercise 5: Balancing

Exercise 6: Rolling

Exercise 7: Jumping

Exercise 8: Running


Initial Situation

In the course of systematic quality assurance, increasingly the question to which extent learning outcomes are achieved by children in sports and physical education arises. The central learning objectives of physical education in kindergarten and primary school are the curriculum-based basic motor competencies that enable children to play an active part in the culture of sports and exercise.

Test setup and content

MOBAK-KG is designed for 4- to 6-year-old children. Thus, questions about the status and development of basic motor competencies in early childhood can be dealt with.

The basic motor competencies of self-movement are covered with four tasks (balancing, rolling, jumping, running) and object movement with four tasks (throwing, catching, bouncing, dribbling). The difficulty and complexity of the requirements set in the MOBAK items are adapted to the children’s age.

For more info:

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Basic motor competencies in kindergarten FOR FREE

The P.E. curriculums of the Motor Skill Learning Academy Switzerland for 3-7-year-olds provide step-by-step games and challenges for optimal learning and fun.
With the goal for all children to build the fundamentals to be able to comfortably participate in any sport they desire.

Thanks to our partner,  Prof. Dr. Phil. Habil. Christian Herrmann, Chair of Didactics Exercise and Sport, Zurich University of Teacher Education (Expert Group Physical Education), co-producers of the MOBAK tests, to make these videos available.
And the University PH Zürich for the production of these videos.

An overview of MOBAK, their network partners, and MOBAK partner projects can be found at:
http://mobak.info/en

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