In this activity, one pupil is chosen to be the ‘chaser’ and must try to ‘tag’ or touch all the other players. If a pupil is ‘tagged’ by the chaser, they must complete two laps around the outside of the playing area before they can re-join the game. Teacher must remember, the game is over if the chaser has everybody running around the outside of the playing area and nobody left in the playing area.
Lesson 5: Revision Games
In this activity, pupils are divided into pairs facing each other. One pupil is the “leader” and the other one is the “chaser”. Using chase steps, the “leader” moves laterally and changes directions trying to escape from the “chaser”. In this case, the “chaser” must follow and tr
In this activity, every second pupil is given a balloon. They must run in pairs “tapping” the balloon with their hands to avoid the balloon touching the floor. By the end of this activity the pupils will be able to demonstrate a relaxed reach when striking the shuttle (or soft ball/balloon).
In this activity, pupils are divided into pairs facing each other. One pupil is the “leader” and the other one is the “chaser”. Using chasse steps, the “leader” moves laterally and changes directions trying to escape from the “chaser”. In this case, the “chaser” must follow and t
This activity requires 10 minutes duration, where players run around the hall in any direction, when the teacher shouts “Statues”, the players have to stop as soon as possible. The players have to be stationary for 5 seconds and then the teacher shouts ‘warm up’ and the players start running
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In this activity, pupils work in pairs facing each other with low centre of gravity (racket leg forward). Safety is priority in this game. Emphasise in keeping safe distance between partners/pairs to avoid running into each other. In “
As we know, Balance is very important to control movement in badminton, In this activity, the exercise that teacher can ask children to do is standing on one leg and jump forward sideward, backward, sideward and forward again to train jumping on one leg. [embed]https://youtu.be/xVw8ViDBWtA?list=P