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Year 6

Lesson 3

 

BALL HANDLING GAMES (Lesson 2)

 

LESSON OBJECTIVE-

  • To use attacking and defending strategies more consistently in similar games.

 

EQUIPMENT-

  • BALL (medium size ball)
  • SKITTLE (water bottle)

(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=jEAM5DhG8

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-

 

  • Jog around and frequently jump into the air to land and pivot around then repeat.

 

  • 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-

  • If you can make a group. If you can not make a group pass to a wall then catch pivot around and try and throw the ball at the skittle.
  • Two skittles are placed approximately 15 paces apart. “B” is the feeder and stands mid-way between skittles and to one side
  • A throws the ball to B, runs forward and catches the return from B.
  • “A” pivots to face “C” who catches the pass from “A” who then moves to join the new line opposite (behind the skittle)
  • “C” repeats the whole move.
  • The last player pivots through 360 and throws the ball to the front person of the new line (change the feeder frequently).

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME ACTIVITY-

  • If you have someone to work with get a ball and a bin/bucket or box. Someone needs to defend the bin/bucket the other is the attacker and has to try and get the ball in the bin/bucket to score.

 

  • If you do not have anyone to work with use a bin/bucket/box and see how far away you can be and still get the ball in.

 

  • Children to add their own rules i.e. movement, contact, time

 

  • How to change the defender?

 

  • Put away the equipment keep the ball.

 

CONCLUDING ACTIVITY-

  • Practise passing the ball around your body (start around your head working down to your feet).

 

BALL HANDLING GAMES (Lesson 1)

 

LESSON OBJECTIVE-

  • To choose, combine and perform ball handling skills more fluently and effectively in games.

 

EQUIPMENT-

  • BALL (medium size ball)
  • SKITTLE (water bottle)
  • HOOP (chalk)
  • Beanbag

 (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=jEAM5DhG8

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)

 

  • Jog around and frequently jump into the air to land on one foot and step onto the other. (First foot must not move, the second can move again to steady or pivot the body.

 

 

SKILL DEVELOPMENT-

  • If you have someone to work with find a space facing your partner mid-way between two lines. “A” attempts to wrong foot “B” and touch one of the lines before “B” can reach it. (Three turns and change over). If you do not have someone to work with time yourself to the line. Can you beat your time?

 

  • Collect one ball between two and practise throwing and catching (chest pass, bounce pass, double-handed overhead pass). If you do not have someone to work with you can do this with a wall.

 

  • Stand and throw accurately and fast.
  • Throw slightly to one side of your partner to make him/her move to catch. (Partner signals in which direction to pass).
  • Same as (b) but to land correctly – one foot then the other.
  • Signal by stretching both hands forward, then run forward and catch the ball – land correctly.

 

GAME ACTIVITY-

  • Stand a skittle in a hoop or chalk circle on the ground. Everyone takes a beanbag and stand with toes up to the hoop. Take two steps backwards and put down the beanbag. One player defend the hoop/circle the remainder attempt to knock the skittle down with the ball. (The ball may be passed between players).

 

  • If you do not have anyone to work with use the skittle as a target and see how far away you can be and still knock the skittle down.

 

  • Children to add their own rules.

 

  • How to change the defender?

 

  • Put away the equipment keep your beanbag.

 

CONCLUDING ACTIVITY-

  • Practise throwing and catching your beanbag with one hand.
  • Can you use your weaker hand?
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