In Eurythmy, children practice new spatial orientations through the frontal position, and other forms such as spirals, triangles, and squares. Children also explore alliteration within a four beat line through the original Beowulf. Dexterity and rhythm exercises are set to pieces such as The Danse Russe by Tansman and the 6 Ecossaises by Beethoven. Through these tasks, children gradually cultivate presence of mind, focus, listening, and conscious action.
Fourth graders practice rapid-fire, on-court decision making, stamina, and breath control through new field games such as Capture the Flag, Buzz Tag, and Breath Runs. Students also practice soccer, basketball, kickball, and whiffle ball, cultivating ball-handling skills for both hands and feet. The obstacle course unit included tumbling and rolling, scooter boards, balance activities, and the mini trampoline.