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Students participate with passing and kicking a medium-sized playground ball. They stand in a large circle and softly kick the ball to another student in the circle. The object is not allowing the ball to get above the knee level and not to roll outside of the circle.
Free kicks, goal kicks, corner kicks, penalty kicks. These are types of kicks in the game of soccer. Lesson four is all about learning and practicing how to kick the ball. Laces, laces, laces. That's the part of the foot that should make contact with the soccer ball.  This is the fourth lesson out of 20 in this soccer unit. There are links to the other lessons.
Students kick a stationary ball from a stationary position so it travels along the ground. They kick the ball with the left and right foot. Students kick the ball with the inside and toe of foot. They kick the ball so it knocks over a target.
Students practice the skill of kicking a ball.
Students kick a ball with the proper technique and recognize and demonstrate the sequence it takes to kick the ball properly. They kick a ball a lengthy distance in the proper direction without losing control of the ball or their bodies. Students kick a ball at a target 5 to 10 feet away and be relatively accurate with their kicks.
Students review the proper way to kick a ball and the techniques to keep it in control. In groups, they practice kicking and punting the ball from stationary positions. To end the lesson, they discover how to punt the ball using different parts of their foot.
In this word recognition worksheet, students trace the words "kick the ball," write the words independently, and color the picture of the soccer ball.
Students practice accurately kicking a ball. In this gross motor skills lesson, students practice kicking a ball through the legs of a classmate, who is the "goal".
Students punch or kick a ball. Fielders immediately get the ball to pitcher. When pitcher has ball runners must stop. Teacher approaches base where runner has stopped and flashes a multiplication fact card to both the runner and say the 3rd baseman. If th
Children with visual impairments need to continuously work on balance, gross motor skills, and mobility. Foster mobility and orientation skills by engaging them in a series of fun balance stations during PE. You'll set up each of the four suggested stations and your kids will spend a set amount of time at each one. They'll kick soccer balls, kick balls while standing on a balance beam, kick balls to each other, and play a balance beam tug of war game. Each activity is fun and will definitely help your kids stay fit and balanced.
Pupils kick a drop punt. In this physical education skills instructional activity, students participate in a series of skill activities fostering eye-foot coordination. Pupils practice kicking a drop punt to the coach, a partner and a target.
Fifth graders demonstrate proper kicking technique as it is used in soccer. They practice kicking with different parts of the foot and participate in a kicking relay.
Second graders are told the no hand rule, never touch the ball with your hands. They kick and pass with instep and outside of the foot. Students are asked if they have ever watched soccer on TV? They are shown how to control the soccer ball and kick it to a partner.
Students practice kicking with their instep to improve accuracy. They are to knock down bowling pins while their score is being charted.
Students continue to examine the proper way to kick a ball. In groups, they practice all the kicking positions from a previous lesson and try to increase their accuracy when it comes to making a goal. To end the lesson, they discover other techniques to help them while kicking to insure the ball stays in control.
Students kick a ball with the proper technique and recognize and demonstrate the sequence it takes to kick the ball properly. They kick a ball in the proper direction using a combination of short and long kicks, without losing control of the ball or their bodies. Students stop a moving ball by trapping it between their feet and the ground.
Students practice kicking skills. For this soccer physical education lesson, students play a game in which they take turns kicking a ball with team mates in an attempt to get the ball into a hoola hoop. Students tally their scores on a score sheet and add up the number of kicks when finished with 9 "holes" of soccer golf.
Students play a variety of team sports.  In this movement and coordination lesson, students play kickball, kick it through, kickball relay and target ball.
Seventh graders participate in a soccer activity to practice moving the ball around the field.  In this soccer dribbling lesson, 7th graders students try to prevent their opposing students from completing the filed exercise by kicking the ball.
Fifth graders kick with in step and trap the ball. They keep their eye on the ball, kick with in step, turn kicking foot, and sole trap the ball. Students are asked if they have seen soccer on TV or played soccer? They are told that when the teacher says freeze everyone stop and sole trap the ball.

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