Lessons for Grades 9-12 Plus One Volleyball: Adds a fun variation onto volleyball by increasing the amount of volleys necessary to hit it back... Foot Volleyball: A fun twist by making players uses their legs to hit the ball over. Volleyball Work It Out: A great lesson that touches upon all the ...
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Lesson Type Sub-Category Activity Name Grades Views Video; 4/16/2015 3-5 PE Lesson Ideas Volleying Volleyball Deck of Cards: 4-8: 40,602 2/24/2015 3-5 PE Lesson Ideas Volleying Volleyball Frenzy: 3-5: 66,743 4/30/2014 Paper and Pencil Assessment Volleying Volleyball Forearm Pass: 9-12: 49,275 4/30/2014
Pros of this lesson: Most of the kids stayed engaged. Group leaders could help with the skills. Gave the kids a touch of the sport in a fun way. A lot of movement, so those that weren’t interested in volleyball stayed involved. All in all, this lesson doesn’t go too far with the sport; but for the setting I have it worked really well.
Grade Physical Education Unit Plan Lesson 1 – Rules and Regulations (2 weeks) - Students will learn the rules and regulations of Volleyball - Each Student will be responsible for a written test that will be handed out on the last day of Week 2 in order to test their knowledge of the rules Lesson 2 – The Basics (1 Week)
VOLLEYBALL LESSON 1 K-1st GRADE EQUIPMENT • 1 beach ball for every 2 students • 4 hoops • 6 or more cones LESSON OUTCOMES: Demonstrate basic forearm pass skill. Control and pass beach balls while stationary and moving. Work cooperatively in small groups. BEFORE CLASS SET UP: beach balls spread out around
After completing the volleyball unit, 9th grade physical education students will be able to play the game of volleyball using all of the basic skills to the best of their ability. Lesson Objective: After learning the correct passing footwork/technique and individual passing, 9th grade physical education students will be able to pass the ball
Volleyball 4-Square. When your 3-6 graders have some control with their forearm passes and sets, Volleyball 4-Square is a fun way to practice those skills. Create a 4-square court with 2 students in each square. The object is to try to move to Square #1 by passing to other pairs in the square.
Each of these lesson plans include: Gamelike-as-possible drills (aka Grills) – The ball rarely going back and forth but changing distances, starting points, angles, ball height flights, and player movement demands. Use of the net (rope, ribbon, band or a person included) as often as possible.
Level: Grade 3 and up Objective: Students will use dribbling skill while running. Basketball Relay – PE Lesson Plan PDF Procedures: 1) Divide class into four even teams. 2) Have each team line up behind. Posted in 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, Physical Education | Comments Off on Basketball Relay.