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GibbseyT
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I am teaching a football lesson to some young kids as part of my Junoir Sports Leadership Course and really need help. What shall I teach them and does anyone have some fun ideas where they also learn something.

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Isn't that what you're supposed to do?
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(Original post by GibbseyT)
I am teaching a football lesson to some young kids as part of my Junoir Sports Leadership Course and really need help. What shall I teach them and does anyone have some fun ideas where they also learn something.

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Play king of the ring at some point in the lesson.
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(Original post by ozzyoscy)
Isn't that what you're supposed to do?
I dont want you to teach the lesson, I just want some ideas.

And King of the ring sounds good.
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Football volleyball is always fun and teaches close control as well as using all parts of the body. If they are really young though they might struggle a little. If your unsure what I mean, basically, you have half the team in one D of the centre circle and the other in the other D, and you have to get it over with X amount of touches, X bounces etc and it can't bounce outside the circle. It's good fun - if you drop it or miss then your out. I was always the 1 left vs like 6

If theyre a proper team, you could try defenders vs attackers, that's always good fun.

Do something where you make them use their wrong foot as well. Nothing drives me up the wall more than one footed players (in fact, as a keeper / defender coming up against them is a drea because they go the same way everytime!)
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Warm-up, including a few fun drills - ladder drills (can use cones), slaloming through cones (with and without ball) etc.
Ball skills - the usual suspects, leading up to a game of Possession.
Short game.

Be inventive but keep it simple. Ensure everyone participates, use group work, explain the activity clearly, don't just focus on the talented kids etc.
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(Original post by Nico_SU)
Football volleyball is always fun and teaches close control as well as using all parts of the body. If they are really young though they might struggle a little. If your unsure what I mean, basically, you have half the team in one D of the centre circle and the other in the other D, and you have to get it over with X amount of touches, X bounces etc and it can't bounce outside the circle. It's good fun - if you drop it or miss then your out. I was always the 1 left vs like 6

If theyre a proper team, you could try defenders vs attackers, that's always good fun.

Do something where you make them use their wrong foot as well. Nothing drives me up the wall more than one footed players (in fact, as a keeper / defender coming up against them is a drea because they go the same way everytime!)
We used to play that! I think they are about 10, so they should be able to cope with the football volleyball. Thanks ;]
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Warm-up, including a few fun drills - ladder drills (can use cones), slaloming through cones (with and without ball) etc.
Ball skills - the usual suspects, leading up to a game of Possession.
Short game.

Be inventive but keep it simple. Ensure everyone participates, use group work, explain the activity clearly, don't just focus on the talented kids etc.
Thanks a lot, that will help. And From my experience all they want to do is go straight into the game lol. I must keep them entertained.
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(Original post by GibbseyT)
I dont want you to teach the lesson, I just want some ideas.
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Sure fooled me.
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*Looks at thread*

Sure fooled me.

Speaking of fools...
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Speaking of fools...
No-one was speaking of fools. Awful comeback. :facepalm2:
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King of the ring is a great game for a warm up, also try Traffic cones(have a green, yellow and red cone and assign actions to each where the kids jog around) but try and make each action a fun skill like doing a different trick for each, football volleyball is good as well but maybe try throw head catch.
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