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Students identify physical education by participating in a sports activity. In this dribbling lesson, students discuss how basketball players move the ball without holding it and define the action as dribbling. Students participate in a dribbling exercise on the playground and practice moving the ball without holding it.
Students identify and practice 4 critical components of dribbling a ball. For this basketball skills lesson, students participate in four dribbling routines to advance their ball handling skills.
A gold mine of basketball dribbling drills! There are an assorted variety of drills here to keep those players busy. Some involve cooperation, some competition, but all of them are about practicing dribbling.
Students play games and participate in drills designed to increase their ability to bounce, catch and dribble balls.
Seventh graders participate in a soccer activity to practice moving the ball around the field. For this soccer dribbling lesson, 7th graders students try to prevent their opposing students from completing the filed exercise by kicking the ball.
A fun way to practice basketball dribbling skills with young learners. This game is played like musical chairs. Spread out hula hoops, polyspots, or cones all around the gym. Then give each player a ball to practice dribbling. When the music plays, they practice their dribbling. When the music stops, they have to find a marker. Of course, there are fewer markers than there are dribblers, so some players will be eliminated. But make sure that those who have been eliminated are still practicing their dribbling skills. This game sounds like a lot of fun. Try it out!
Students develop the skills of dribbling a basketball while practicing various types of drills. The teacher helps the them to complete various drills through modeling and supervises successful completion and demonstration of skills.
Students practice dribbling in the sport of soccer. In this soccer dribbling lesson plan, students practice this skill individually and with a partner.
The most important skill in soccer is dribbling. Most can do a decent job of kicking the ball around, but it takes a lot of practice to get good and make the ball do exactly what you want it to do. So this lesson on dribbling is just one out of twenty lessons in this soccer unit. There are links to the other lessons and to the unit plan page.
Students dribble and catch a ball. In this number dribble lesson plan students are given numbers and math equations that require them to dribble or throw the ball a specific number of times. The students practice dribbling independently and throw and catch with a partner.
Students practice their dribbling skills. After participating in several dribbling drills, individuals dribble with changes in speed, maintain the dribble while starting and stopping, and practice control while passing the ball with a partner.
Students display awareness of 4 critical components of dribbling a ball (on the side, no higher than waist, pushing the ball down, and looking up) and be able to dribble a ball applying at least 3 of them.
Students work with the teacher one group at a time, spreading out and with a basketball, practice dribbling with the music that is playing in the background. After they dribble with their dominate hand, they switch hands and do the same thing. Then they all dribble around the gym watching the person in front of them.
Students practice and improve their dribbling skills in a game-like situation, by dribbling through a maze.
Fifth graders participate in different activities in learning how to dribble a basketball. They follow the teacher's lead through a variety of dribbling skill drills.
Eighth graders study soccer. In this lesson on a sport, 8th graders practice dribbling and passing skills associated with soccer.
Students respect others personal space while playing a basketball version of "Red light, Green Light." students improve dribbling skills with this physical education activity.
If you have access to an indoor gym and are about to begin a soccer unit, this resource will provide you a plan for introducing dribbling, developing skills through shuttle runs and dribbling drills, and concluding with a modified game for young athletes to practice what they have learned.
Learners practice dribbling a ball with their hand. In this basketball skills lesson, students learn how to dribble a ball and complete four different activity stations practicing this skill.