After completing our unit on basketball, we ended the last lesson with 6 stations based on the skills we learned over the past few weeks.
Students practiced wrapping the ball around various body parts, to help work on ball handling.
Passing was one of our favorite lessons. Here students are practicing accuracy by counting how many passes they can make to a target.
To help students improve on their dribbling, I had students practice dribbling the ball once in each hoop. This helps them to slow down and focus on the actual cues of dribbling and hand-eye coordination.
The 3rd-5th Grade classes have been learning about the 5 components of Physical Fitness.
We have included these components into our weekly warm-up, which includes 6 stations.
1. Jump Roping
2. Hula Hooping
3. Agility Ladder
6. Modified Push-Ups
I graduated in 2007, from the University of Delaware with a B.S. in Health Studies. I took the next 4 years to play professional basketball both in the WNBA and in different countries across Europe. I had the opportunity to work with all different aged students, running day camps and skill clinics for basketball and other sports.
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