The below slaps, taps, wraps, flips & flops video from thepespecialist.com shows some great ball handling and dribbling basketball drills. Dribble Figure 8’s, Spider Dribble and the Drop & Catch are just a few. These are awesome drills and any of them would help your students. Your kids might not be able to do all of them if they have never done these type of drills or are new to basketball, so have them take their time and encourage them.
4 Fun Basketball Dribbling Games For Young Players 1. Dribble Tag: While dribbling the basketball, and without double-dribbling or traveling, players must tag other... 2. Red Light, Green Light: Have all the players line up on the base line with a ball. Coach yells “green light” and... 3. Dribble ...
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Dribble Mania. Lesson Plans Page recommends for PE class Dribble Mania, which focuses on dribbling and ball-handling skills. Each player must have a basketball to use. Square off a relatively small area on the basketball court; the area must have enough room for at least four people to dribble. Mark the area with cones.
Basketball Dribbling Cues Assessment. At the end of the unit I give my 2nd graders a verbal quiz to see if they know the 3 cues for a basketball dribble, this is one of our common report card assessments for 2nd grade (details on how I do grades here).
14 Fun Basketball Shooting Games and Drills for Kids. 1. Sharks and Minnows. You can play this game with more than two players, but two players is the absolute baseline you’ll want to get started with. A ... 2. Dribble Knockout. 3. Ray Allen Shooting Drill. 4. Knockout. 5. Red Light, Green Light.
Grade level: 4-8. Equipment: A foam dice, basketballs. Game Description: Fun little activity to work on the all-important dribbling skill! Groups will start along one of four sides of the court, each with a basketball in hand (or a ball at their feet for soccer, or stick in hand for hockey).