Suitable for the following techniques: passing
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- aiming at different parts.
- Repeat first how to throw with 2 hands.
- in front of the chest,
- thumbs behind the ball,
- hands on the sides of the ball (bowl),
- feet a little apart,
- stretching arms and moving your upper body.
- The children throw from a certain distance.
- This distance can increase or decrease if necessary during training.
- The child throws once and then moves on to the next one.
Learning to aim:
1. Throwing a pilon off a cupboard (big pilon = easy, small pilon = difficult)
2. Throwing a ball off a pilon
3. Aiming the ball in a raised post
4. Aiming the ball into a hoop
- When the children have practiced this, you can make this exercise even more interesting later on by using hats.
- Once a 'hit' has been made, the children are allowed to pick up a hat, this way a small game is made of it.
- This can be done when they see that the throwing is going well.
- By observing the exercise I can see which of the f-pupils is ready to throw with one hand.
- I can then guide these children to try to throw with 1 hand.
- It is important that the ball is on your hand behind your ear,
- your left foot is in front (if you're right-handed),
- the ball goes past your ear towards the front,
- body weight goes from the back leg to the front leg.
- and the wrist is flipped,
- after stretching it.