Introduction: Review study guide for volleyball and explain rules and regulation involved with the game. Students will do a brief dynamic warm-up with high knee hugs and skips, lunges, high kicks, lower torso twists and arm stretches. 2 minute jog to warm-up. Development:
Volleyball Lesson Plan. Instructor: Sharon Linde. Show bio. Sharon has an Masters of Science in Mathematics and a Masters in Education. Use this Study.com lesson plan to teach your students the ...
VOLLEYBALL LESSON 1 4-5th GRADE EQUIPMENT • Demonstrate basic forearm pass skill. 1 volleyball for every 2 students • 4 hoops • 6 or more cones LESSON OUTCOMES: Control and pass volleyball while stationary and moving. Work cooperatively in small groups. BEFORE CLASS SET UP: Volleyballs spread out around activity area in hoops or various
VOLLEYBALL LESSON 2 K-1st GRADE EQUIPMENT • 1 beach ball for every 3 students • beach balls inside. Volleyball/ badminton nets • Cones • 10 pinnies LESSON OUTCOMES: Demonstrate skill in body position and technique for overhead pass. Move in reaction to a served or passed beach ball on the court. Contact the beach ball with accuracy.
These beginner volleyball drills are great for helping beginner players differentiate the 6 positions of volleyball. Also, beginner volleyball players will learn how the game is played with rotations and having two rows. 3 and Over Drill. Sometimes you need to bring it back to the basics when you are working on beginner volleyball drills.
Introduction to Serving & Go Over 6 Positions (4 minutes) Skill/Concept-Serving with a Attendance (3 minutes) Warm-Up (10 minutes) Anticipatory Set- Review of Positions & All Skills (4 minutes) Skill/Concept- 3 v 3 Queen of the Court Tournament (25 minutes) Closing- Talk about Attendance (3 minutes) Warm-Up (10 minutes) Anticipatory Set- Review the
The object is to try to move to Square #1 by passing to other pairs in the square. When a pair makes an error (can’t pass the ball into another pair’s square), they move to Square #4 and all others move up a square. It is played like 4-square, but using volleyball passing, setting, and serving skills. Volley Tennis
Volleyball, game played by two teams, usually of six players on a side, in which the players use their hands to bat a ball back and forth over a high net, trying to make the ball touch the court within the opponents’ playing area before it can be returned. To prevent this a player on the opposing team bats the ball up and toward a teammate before it touches the court surface—that teammate may then volley it back across the net or bat it to a third teammate who volleys it across the net.
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 over the net. 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 aspects crucial to success in volleyball.
1. Call mine, even when it seems obvious. One of the first things you learn in grade school volleyball is to call mine when you’re in position to take the volleyball. As you play in higher levels of volleyball, this becomes engrained, and you automatically call mine, even when it seems pretty obvious.