This booklet is a set of 4 x 1 hour, plus an additional 4 x 40 minute lesson plans which will introduce primary school aged students to the skills and activities of Handball. The lesson plans in this program have been put together to allow for the progression of both skill and knowledge development in junior athletes. OBJECTIVES
TEAM HANDBALL LESSON 1 4th-5th GRADE EQUIPMENT: • 1 Handball per group • Grids set-up for groups of 6 4 cones for each group of four students. LESSON OUTCOME (S): • Demonstrate dribbling skills. • Apply passing and catching skills in a modified game. • Defend against a passed ball. • BEFORE CLASS SET UP: • Set Handballs in Hoops around
The students, divided into three groups on three tracks, complete different tasks with subsequent throwing at the goal. Changing defense and attack teams. Ball Handling. • The aim of “ball handling exercises” is to teach the students basic throwing, catching and dribbling.
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TEAM HANDBALL 128 Team Handball Lesson 2: Dribbling and Open Space Instructional Task: Creating Open Space by Staying Spread PRACTICE TASK In grids, use poly spots or lines to establish three lanes. With 3 v 2, play keep-away for 30 seconds. Offensive players must stay in their lanes. Dribbling is not allowed. Defensive players may move
Teaching Resources. Official IHF teaching material and Handball@School Rules of the Game, developed by the IHF Working Group "Handball at school". Handball Basics: A guide to the basics of the game. KS4 Resource. Teaching KS4 Resource. KS3 Year-7 Resource.
European Handball Federation Minihandball is a ball game for children. Playing this kind of handball, boys and girls at primary school age (6-10 years) can exercise together, improve their basic motor skills, coordination and social skills, which are just as important as the development of specific game concepts such as "team spirit" or "fair play".