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Sport

Sport

Instructor - Craig Sharp

  

In term 3 we will learn about the concepts and skills associated with Badmington.

When you are looking for a fun game idea for kids, badminton is a great choice to help teach children of all ages to develop hand-eye coordination. With the slow-moving shuttle, it gives kids the chance to work out where their arm and the racquet is in space when compared to their body (a form of what is called proprioception).

It is a great game to play in the backyard and you don’t need a lot of space for this outside game.

 

Ages 5 – 9 years 


This year long program is designed to introduce key fundamental movement skills specific to various sports such as badmington, netball, cricket and soccer.  In addition, students will learn the skills required to participate positively in team activities. 

Older students will learn to apply strategies for working cooperatively and apply rules fairly.

Ages 10 – 14 years

This year long program is designed to build on key fundamental movement skills specific to various sports such as badmington, netball, cricket and soccer.  In addition, students will practise the skills required to participate positively in groups and teams by encouraging others and negotiating roles and responsibilities. A short game practising the skills of the relevant sport will be played as part of each session.

 

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