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  • Physical Education

    Fun Lacrosse Games Kids

    Innovative Lacrosse games for kids 4th thru 8th grade.     Scooping Tips   Scrape your knuckles. Push stick under and through the ball by pushing bottom hand through.   Run through the scoop and begin cradling   Kiss your stick. Raise head of your stick to vertical position in front of your face.  …

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  • elementary physical education

    Fortnite

    I want to thank my 5th grade students for giving me some great ideas to incorporate Fortnite into our Physical Education Class.   Solo’s   Equipment: Dodge Balls & Deck Rings   Grades: 1st-6th grade   In this dodge ball game there are no teams.     Everyone is free to go anywhere in the gym….

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  • elementary physical education

    Throwing Catching Lesson Plans

    The key to a successful throwing & catching lesson plan is to create achievable skills.  If you have a young student in Kindergarten, the last you want to do is make the skill difficult.  The level of difficulty can always be increased as the lesson progresses or even wait until the next lesson.   Yarn…

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  • Coaching

    Heading Drills

    How can you make heading fun for youth players, so they’re not afraid?  You want to make them comfortable, so heading is just another skill they do every day at practice.  Use foam balls, volleyball trainers and/or deflated soccer balls.  There’s plenty of time to use a harder ball.  Younger players need to get accustom…

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  • Camp

    Rope Jumping Benefits

    The Key to teaching children how to jump rope, is to start out as easy and basic as possible.  You can always increase the difficulty as time goes by to challenge your students.   The Basics   Lay a jump rope on the ground and have your students jump side to side.   Same as…

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  • Camp

    Dribbling

      Many skills in Soccer can be taught, but dribbling/footwork is one of those things that a player must be willing to put the time in on their own.  I will give a variety of drills that can be practiced on your own and other’s will small & large groups.   In & out of…

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  • Camp

    Kindergarten Games-Scarves

    Scarves, scarves and more scarf games!!!   INDIVIDUAL SCARF ACTIVITIES   Grades: K-2nd   Jumping jacks while holding scarves.   Spell letters while holding a scarf.   Answer math problems. 5+2 and write a 7 in the air with your scarf.   Get in push-up position. Place one scarf under each foot. Slide both feet…

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  • Physical Education

    Ring Toss Games-Kids

    THERE ARE MANY ACTIVITIES YOU CAN PLAY WITH DECK RINGS. INDIVIDUAL, PARTNER WORK, COMPETITIONS, RELAYS AND TEAM SPORTS.     Individual Ring Toss Activities     Grades: K-2nd     Toss up in the air and catch with two hands.   Toss up in the air and catch with one hand.   Toss up ,…

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  • Physical Education

    Ping Pong Games-Kids

    CAN YOU PICTURE 20 PING PONG TABLE SET UP IN YOUR GYM? NEITHER CAN I!  THEY’RE TOO EXPENSIVE FOR MOST BUDGETS.  WHERE WOULD YOU STORE ALL OF THE TABLES? WILL YOUR STUDENTS/CAMPERS HAVE ENOUGH SKILL LEVEL TO PLAY REAL TABLE TENNIS? I HAVE SO MANY VERSIONS OF PING PONG, TO ALLOW SUCCESS AS LOW AS…

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  • Physical Education

    Exercise-Kids

    The best way to get your Students/Campers to exercise is to make it fun.   Most of the time it’s easy to disguise the exercise with a fun activity, but you can make the more obvious exercises just as fun.   Follow The Leader   Equipment: None   Grades: K-3rd     Place class in groups…

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