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Table 2 Physical literacy element checklist

From: Assessments Related to the Physical, Affective and Cognitive Domains of Physical Literacy Amongst Children Aged 7–11.9 Years: A Systematic Review

Affective domain Physical domain Cognitive domain
Confidence
Motivation
Emotional regulation
Enjoyment
Persistence/resilience/commitment
Adaptability
Willingness to try new activities
Autonomy
Self-perception/self-esteem
Perceived physical competence
Object-control
Stability
Locomotor
Movement skills—land
Movement skills—water
Moving using equipment
Cardiovascular endurance
Muscular endurance
Coordination
Flexibility
Agility
Strength
Reaction time
Speed
Power
Rhythmic ability
Aesthetic/expressive ability
Sequencing
Adapt movement strategies to the situation/environment
Progression from simple-complex skills
Knowledge and understanding of benefits of physical activity
Knowledge and understanding of importance of physical activity
Knowledge and understanding of effects of physical activity on the body
Knowledge and understanding of opportunities to be active
Knowledge and understanding of sedentary behaviour
Ability to identify and describe movement
Creativity and imagination in application of movement
Decision-making (ability to think, understand and make decisions, knowing how and when to perform)
Ability to reflect and improve own performance, including setting optimal challenges
Knowledge and understanding of tactics, rules, and strategy
Knowledge and understanding of safety considerations and risk