Instructional Procedures "Basketball Frenzy": Scatter the basketballs on the gym floor and have the students stand next to a basketball. On the... Dribble three times and move to another ball. Dribble with the non-dominant hand. Do cross-over dribbles. Do patterns: one dribble, two dribbles, three ...
Students line up in six lines on the baseline. Each student in the front of the line should have a basketball. Students will dribble down the court in a variety of ways. Each drill will be done 3 times. *Remind students to keep their head and eyes up while dribbling so they don't run into... ...
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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).
Students will begin to further develop their Basketball skills. The second lesson will focus on the dribbling of the ball in both stance position and movement. By the end of the lesson students will understand the importance of being able to control the ball when dribbling and will understand the technique required for a successful shooting.
Basketball Dribbling Drills Use the fingertips, and not the palms of the hand Keep the head and eyes up - do not look at the ball learn to use both hands
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Dream Team Basketball Stations. Students practice basic basketball skills. In this basketball skills lesson, students travel from station to station to practicing dribbling, passing, and shooting the ball. Learners identify physical education by participating in a sports activity.
We will begin with a quick jogging and stretching routine. Followed by having the students get in five lines starting at the baseline with six people in each line spaced six feet apart. I will instruct the students to stand there and dribble the basketball for thirty seconds. Blow the whistle for them to stop, then ask them to dribble for thirty more seconds.
Advanced Lesson - Speed Dribble. A much more fun and much less complicated dribble, the Speed Dribble requires young children to move quickly as they dribble the basketball across the floor. For very young children, under age four, this could mean simply running without dribbling across the floor.