Players sprint against each other touching cones in different directions (Forwards, backwards, sidewards and diagonally) before sprinting to the other side of the court.
Kids work on rolling a ball from a predetermined possition trying to hit a set of 4 cones placed on the court. You can let them roll free or determine which hand to use. It helps to use hoola hoops to mark the different spots in the line.
Kids stand in a ring and try to bounce and catch a ball without leaving the circel. If the ball rolls away, they have to retrieve it and try again.
The kids stand in a circle. Each of them has a ring where they have to play from.
The players mirror each other and move laterally along the side line. One player sets the tempo and the other has to match it. Players should vary their speeds.
Smooth footwork requires the players to move automatically thus naturally and rhythmically. This drill will help players to develop a smooth crossover step.
Players move laterally with cross-over steps mirroring each other. One player sets the temp and the other follows.
In this drill players have to mirror each other. One player leads, the other follows. The idea is to continually adjust the movement speed and direction.
Great footwork requires that players move smoothly in different directions and are able to change directions efficiently.
The children have to keep the balloon in the air using their hands: Only right, only left and both. As they get better, other parts of the body should be introduced: head, feet, knee.