Module 2

Easytown

INITIAL PHASE Through the streets of the city All children have a ball and the ball is perceived as being a car and it must be dribbled when moving. Children and car scan move around freely in the city (on the court) except in the pedestrian zones which are inside the paint under the baskets (the two 3 second areas).…

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Let us play together game

INITIAL PHASE Half of the children have a ball and the other half do not. All children are moving around the court. The children without the balls run around and move their hands. As soon as the coach says “GO”, then the children pair up and become trains, where he/she with the ball is in front and the one without…

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Exchange Power

MIDDLE PHASE The children are divided into two teams and one team has the power. There are two players on the court from each team and they are positioned between the midcourt circle and the 3-point line. The two players pass the balls to each other and the player with the power can at any time run to the basket…

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Challenges by the cones

  MIDDLE PHASE The children are divided into four teams at each basket and two of the teams at each basket have the power. Two cones with a ball on top are placed both at the right and left side of the basket (see diagram). The first in the line that has the power challenges an opponent waiting in the…

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2 vs 2 as a train

FINAL PHASE The children are divided into two teams as shown on the diagram. The player positioned between the midcourt circle and the 3-point line has a ball and controls when the game starts. The coach shows his/her hands to get a pass and take a ball away and when the ball is passed to the coach, the game starts…

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2 vs 2 Hidden friend

FINAL PHASE The teams are positioned as shown on the diagram. The child who is on offense and does not have a ball ”hides” behind the defender and can at any time decide which basket he/she will run towards. When the teammate with the ball (and the defenders) sees this then the 2 vs 2 starts and it continues for…

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