Balls

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PE ballgames for kindergarten 1

Lessons with balls for kindergarten, kindergarten.expert

Introduction: Hunter ball. The children walk around in the room. There are one or two children who are trying to throw a soft ball at the other children. The children who get hit with the ball are out of the game.

Activity 1: Chinese soccer. The children are standing in a circle with their legs wide. The feet of the children are touching the feet of the child next to them. There are one or two balls in the game. The children who get the ball, pick up the ball and try to roll it under the legs of another child. This child tries to stop the ball with his hands. Who will succeed in stopping all the balls?

Activity 2:  Pass on the ball. The children are sitting in a circle on the ground. They pass on the ball with both of their hands, one hand or their feet. Variation: more balls in the game.

Final activity: Outrun ball. The children are standing next to each other at one side of the room. They roll the ball away, run after the ball and try to outrun the ball. When they succeed, they make a gate with their legs and let the ball roll between their legs.

 

PE ballgames for kindergarten 2

Lessons with balls for kindergarten 2, kindergarten.expert

Introduction: Hunter ball without throwing. The children are walking around in the room. There are one or two children who are trying to touch the other children with a soft ball. The children who get touched are out of the game.

Activity 1: Experimentation. Every child had a ball and can walk freely around the room. Assignment: play with the ball, but the ball must touch the ground.

Activity 2: Roll!. The children are on the long side of the room. When the teacher gives a sign, everyone rolls their ball at the same time to the other side. Afterwards the children pick up their ball. After a few times the children are allowed to roll the ball faster, so it returns. Variation: Roll the ball to the other side and stay next to it.

Final activity: Rolling ball. The children are standing in a half circle in front of the teacher. One by one they can roll their ball to the teacher.

 

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