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Lesson Two – Dribbling

This physical education teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to develop and practise the range of skills needed to move a basketball around the court when dribbling. The children can try dribbling the ball around different shapes and lines to refine their abilities in moving a ball.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to develop and practise the range of skills needed to move a basketball around the court when dribbling

Learning Objectives

Develop skills in controlling a large ball during a game. Perform actions and skills with more consistent control and quality.

Learning Outcomes

I know how to move and dribble a ball during a game. I can practise and develop skills so that they are of a consistent quality.

Dribbling

Teaching sequence to help the children develop and practise the range of skills needed to move a basketball around the court when dribbling

Dribbling Drills

Activity cards to help the children develop and practise the range of skills needed to move a basketball around the court when dribbling

Shape Movements

Activity cards to help the children move a large ball in specified shapes to practise dribbling skills

Dribbling

Interactive activity to help the children develop and practise the range of skills needed to move a basketball around the court when dribbling

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to develop and practise the range of skills needed to move a basketball around the court when dribbling

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