Push the ball downwards using fingertips. Extend the shoulder and elbow. Flex the wrist. Keep the head up and the ball slightly out in front (max 1 m). Keep the ball at waist level with your hand...
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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.
dribbling and shooting a basketball. Warm Up – Stealing Tags Progression: Steal Ball Ball Familiarity Drills Recap Passing and Dribbling Practice passing. Children then to undertake time trials in 2s and 4s. Recap dribbling skills in relays; slalom, around disc, dribble and pass (any of the 3 directed by the teacher). Teach Shooting Techniques.
Basketball dribbling activity. Activity sheets to learn and progress dribbling in basketball (levels 3 - 5). I have used them by dividing the class in to 3 or 4 similar ability groups and then letting them progress through the sheets at their own pace. Pupils use the tick boxes at the bottom of each sheet before moving on to the next level.
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
A basketball; A small area to dribble. You don’t need a basketball hoop, a teammate to pass you the ball, or a fancy basketball gym with perfectly polished hardwood floors. In the steps below, I’ll teach you the best way to dribble a basketball and also give you several dribbling drills to practice as well. Let’s get started…
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. 4.
How it Works: On the coach’s call, all players begin dribbling and attempt to knock each other’s basketball out of the playing area. As more and more players get out, the coach must pause the game and make the playing area smaller. This continues until you have a winner.
This resource includes six weeks of basketball lesson plans that progress and follow on from one another. They are suitable for years 4, 5 and 6.