2. Red Light, Green Light: Have all the players line up on the base line with a ball. Coach yells “green light” and players move forward as quickly as possible while dribbling the ball. When the coach yells “red light”, the players must stop and maintain their dribble.
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Scheme of Work: Basketball Key Stage: 2 Year: 6 Duration: 6 Sessions Aim: In this unit the children will develop their basketball skills and also improve their defending, attacking and team play skills. The children will explore ways in which to attack and defend whilst playing ‘Mini-Basketball’. During the games, the children should think
Start the “minnow” at the half-court line with the “shark” lined up at the baseline facing them. Give the minnow a basketball but make sure that the sharks don’t have one. At the whistle, the objective for the minnow is to dribble from one baseline to the next without ever having their ball knocked away or stolen from them.
Similar to dribble knockout except players aren’t allowed to hit the basketball of the other players away. Instead, the aim of the drills is to navigate through and dodge all the other players using dribbling moves and by being creative with the dribble. Setup: All players have a basketball and are in a small space determined by the coach.
2-1-0 Dribbling Drills - These are beginner progressions for teaching basketball moves to your players. 3. Cone Touch Dribbling (12 Variations) - This is a fun game that teaches players how to dribble, change directions, and keep their head up.
The player can now dribble the ball backward in the same fashion. Dribble to the left and right in a shuffling action, when going to the right make sure the ball is dribbled with the left hand, and when going to the left the ball should be dribbled using the right hand. Use alternate hands when going forward and back. Increase speed; Dribble lower
Tag is a classic playground game for a reason! In this kids basketball drill, we incorporate dribbling, forcing players to work on ball handling, speed, agility, control and spatial awareness. Setup. Pick two players to be ‘sharks’ starting at the halfcourt line. The rest of the team - the ‘minnows’ will be spread out on the baseline.
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 ...