Rhythmic Gymnastics Unit Activities

How To Plan A Successful Rhythmic Gymnastics Program that incorporates Ropes, Hoops, Balls, and Ribbons & a final routine. Warm-Up Activities Ropes – Skipping to music, how many skips, cross skips, backward skips, doubled rope skips, turning skips or double jumps in 1 minute Combine your own skips from the above to make a routine. …

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Handball

Teams 7 players are permitted on the court at any one time. This includes one goalkeeper and six field players Substitutes Substitutes can be made at any time during the game as long as the player being substituted has left the court. Playing the Ball Players are permitted: To throw, hit or punch the ball …

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Football

Teams Consists of 11 players with up to 2 substitutes Start of Play A kick off is taken At the beginning of the game To start the second half After a goal is scored (by the team losing the goal) All players must be in their own half (defending half of the ground) and the …

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Field Hockey

Teams Each team consists of eleven players plus up to 7 substitutes Start/Restart of Game To start the play at the beginning of the game, after half time and after each goal a PASS BACK is played from the centre of the field. All players (except the player taking the pass back) must be in …

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Basketball

Teams Each team may have 5 players on the court and up to 5 substitutes whom can be interchanged at any stage. Game Length Games consist of 4 by 12 minute quarters, with each half commencing with a jump ball in the centre circle. During the jump ball the ball must be tapped to team …

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Baseball

Teams Each team consists of nine players, plus substitutes who may be introduced at any time when the ball is dead. In a Physical Education class you may need to increase the number of players per team depending on your situtation and the capability of your students. Duration Made up of four quarters of 25 …

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Badminton

Basic Rules A game starts with a coin toss. Whoever wins the toss gets to decide whether they would serve or receive first OR what side of the court they want to be on. The side losing the toss shall then exercise the remaining choice. At no time during the game should the player touch …

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Australian Rules

Please find a quick explanation of how to play the game of Australian Rules. Teams A team is usually made up of 20 to 22 players, but only 18 at a time are on the field. At any time, a substitute may be interchanged with one of the other participating players. The player he’s replacing …

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