Bottle Cap Basketball (Bounce Pass) – Great way to have your students practice the bounce pass. Pennies work too, but make it much harder! Grades 9-12. Basketball Golf – Set up a course in your gym to help students learn about shooting a basketball. Assessment
Gym class, also known as physical education or “PE,” is a time when students can stretch their arms and legs and burn off some of the energy that has been building from sitting at a desk all day. Common activities in PE include sports such as basketball or volleyball.
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Basketball doesn't have to be a sweaty, competitive game of five-on-five. Maybe there are only three children playing, or the game is being dominated by more athletic children, leaving others without the opportunity to play. Either way, there are numerous games played with a ball and basket that youngsters of all skill levels will enjoy.
The coach can play games with any number of players from 1 on 1 to 6 on 6. Coaching Points: Try to match the best players up against each other. Throw the basketball out to the advantage of one side each time because you don’t want players running into each other as they scramble for the basketball. Finish off the drill by calling everyone in!
Break your team or your gym class into two different groups, one starting from one baseline and another starting from the other. As soon as the whistle blows, each team is given a single basketball and a single player from that team will have to run out to a cone (any cone) and shoot their shot.
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Basketball Games. C-Pass B-Pass - Once students know the difference between a bounce pass and a chest pass, set up an obstacle course around the gym with targets on the wall, higher for chest and lower for bounce (tape a line they have to be behind before they attempt the pass). Challenge students to hit the targets with their basketballs and complete the course the fastest.
Here are eight games that will be great for both team practices and basketball camps in teaching the fundamentals in a fun, creative way. (The effectiveness of these drills will vary based on the ...
Get the kids (space cadets) to sit on their bottoms. Spread them out evenly along the basketball court's out-of-bounds line and across the half-court line. Group a bunch of balls and other objects such as cones in the middle of the court directly in the middle of all the kids.