Split the kids into two even teams. Using the basketball keys, place cones all around them (these are the goal areas), and in the center of each key, put a large traffic cone upside down, so that it is balancing on it’s apex. These are the two scoring areas. Each team selects a “goalie,” and this is the only person allowed in their scoring area. A point is scored when the other team’s cone is knocked over.
The following lesson plans for teaching handball in elementary schools have been written for grades K-l, 2-3 and 4-5. Although the lesson plans for grades 2-3 and 4-5 are combined, note that the court size and ball are different for the two groups. "The game of fives (handball) is what no one despises who has ever played it.
If the ball bounces twice or more times in someone’s square they are out and proceed to dunce or the end of the line of players waiting to join the game. If Kings gets out they proceed to dunce and the new King serves. When a higher ranking square gets out all below that square proceed to the next square up.
If a player hits the ball in such a fashion that it bounces more than once before hitting the wall or does not bounce at all before hitting the wall , that player is out. If a player allows the ball to hit the ground more than once before he fields it, that player is out. If a player hits the ball in such a fashion that it hits the ground outside the boundaries of the playing field (either before hitting the wall or on its initial bounce after hitting the wall), that player is out.
HANDBALL RULES Grades 1-4. Setup: One wall, one red ball and 2-4 players. RULES OF PLAY . To start, one player bounces the ball once, then hits it up against the wall. After it bounces back on the ground one time, a member of the opposite team hits it back towards the wall. Players take turns going for the ball and hitting it to the wall.
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• Split into 2 teams of 3 with one team handball in the grid. • Object of the game is to complete 3 passes to 3 members of your own team. • Rules: o No dribbling. • Use overhand pass, chest pass, baseball pass or bounce pass. • Use pivot to find an opening for a pass.
Basic Rules. The game requires great hand-eye coordination. You can play singles or doubles like you would in racquetball or tennis. The court is set up with out boundaries, a short line, and a long line. When serving, you need to make sure that your ball passes the short line but does not go beyond the long line.
Handball Association promotes “any ball, any wall” in teaching. Teachers are encouraged to use any available equipment and space. Handball can be taught as a unit for the entire class in the gymnasium or used as a station activity in one section of the gym. There is no need for regulation sized courts in a gymnasium. Cones and floor tape