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Year 5

Lesson 3

BALL HANDLING GAMES (Lesson 2)

 

LESSON OBJECTIVE-

  • To select and apply skills more consistently in specific invasion activities and games.

 

EQUIPMENT-

  • BALL (medium size ball)

 

WARM UP-

  • Moving around in a space get warm. If not a lot of space you can do it on the spot. (Jogging, skipping, sideways, walking, running, hopping, jumping)

 

SKILL DEVELOPMENT-

 

 

  • Move about avoiding collisions. Stop on a signal repeat several times. On a signal stop and spin round on one foot repeat several times.

 

  • Instead of spinning now PIVOT (i.e. keep ball of one foot nailed to the floor and the other foot turns it round on the spot, touching the floor at least four times in complete circle).

 

  • Run about the space, jump to catch an imaginary ball, land one, two then pivot a complete circle before repeating the exercise.

 

  • Stand in groups of three, two facing one about ten large paces apart.

 

 

  •  Pass and move across to the other side.

 

 

 

  •  “C” signals and runs out to one side “A” passes the ball to “C” and runs straight ahead to take “C’s” place. “C” pivots and passes back to “B” and runs behind “B” to begin the sequence again.

 

 

 

  • “C” makes a dodge, signals and runs into a space.

“A” passes the ball to “C” signalling hand – catches the ball then pivot to pass back. (Three turns and rotate roles).

 

 

  • Practise a low toss-up (players one metre away from each other, hands by sides, ball is held between them and tossed up no higher than the shortest one’s shoulder level).
  • A high toss up (players stand shoulder to shoulder and the ball is tossed well above their heads).

 

GAME ACTIVITY-

  • Make up a game which involves throwing and catching.
  • Can you play the game one handed?
  • Can you play the game when you are moving?
  • Can you add a target?
  • How do you score?

 

  • Put away the equipment.

 

CONCLUDING ACTIVITY-

  • Run about the space, jump to catch an imaginary ball, land one, two then pivot a complete circle before repeating the exercise.

 

BALL HANDLING GAMES (Lesson 1)

 

LESSON OBJECTIVE-

  • To consolidate existing skills and develop new ones.

 

EQUIPMENT-

  • BALL (medium size ball)

 (If you do not have a ball or bean bag check out the links below how to make a them)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deW1LYHLw8Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXOewzh9gyI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aabG5dLh1Dc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbjwqvbqMFk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXa9W_Rj59s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUSLtT2z9Cc

 

WARM UP-

  • Moving around in a space get warm. If not a lot of space you can do it on the spot. (Jogging, skipping, sideways, walking, running, hopping, jumping)

 

  • Take out a ball practise bouncing the ball on the spot on the move and changing direction. (Try using the non-dominant hand)

 

  • Dribble the ball by bouncing, throw it into the air, jump to catch it and land with control. (Repeat several times)

 

 

 

SKILL DEVELOPMENT-

  • Mark out a square if you have someone to work with you stand in a different corner of each other but opposite each other. Pass to your partner and move sideways to the marker next to you and back again ready to receive the pass from your partner.

(Passes- chest pass, bounce pass, overhead pass) 

 

  • If you do not have someone to work with use a wall as your partner. Chest pass to the wall when the ball bounces back catch it with the ball move sideways to the marker and back again. Repeat and change the passes.

 

GAME ACTIVITY-

  • If you can make a small group 3-4 people. 3 people can play a game of piggy in the middle try and use the passes worked on.

 

  • If you can make a small group 3-4 people. 4 people can play mini dodgeball in a square 3 v1 with the attackers passing among themselves and attempting to bounce pass and hit the dodger below the knee. If the dodger avoids being hit from six attempts, change him/her out. If the dodger is hit, change him/her out – in strict rotation of players.

 

  • If you cannot make a small group then find some things that can be used as targets. Can you hit them with the ball? Can you get the ball to stay inside it?

 

  • Put away the equipment.

 

CONCLUDING ACTIVITY-

  • Stepping (not jumping). How few steps can you take to travel from one side of the area to the other?
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