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HandballYear 5-6LESSON 1: Shooting and introducing defendingLESSON 2: Blocking and developing the small sided gameLESSON 3: Develop principles of attack and defence and introduce fullsize gameLESSON 4: Develop Full Size GameLESSON 5: Introduce Goal KeepingLESSON 6: Practise Full Size Competitive GameSUGGESTED ACTIVITIES: Handball pass Target Handball Handball Dribble & PassChoose an activity from Striver to assess ability and progress before, during and after yourlessons. The activities can be used as a warm up or run alongside these lessons, with groupstaking time out from the main lesson to attempt the activity. Scores from these activities canalso be used to run challenges between classes and house teams. Or you can easily create yourown activities within Striver and even share them with the Striver community.TEACHING TIPS: Always model the skills you are teaching. Assess whether certain pupils would benefit from more work on specific skills individually or insmall groups before moving on to game situations where they have to apply these skills. Similarly, assess whether certain pupils would benefit from moving on to game situationssooner to apply their developed range of skills.KLP Key learning pointPT Pupil talkEXT Extend

HandballYear 5-6LESSONWARM UPOBJECTIVE/RESOURCESShooting andORGANISATION: Set up ball handlingintroducing defendingstations and ask pupils to work throughthem with a mixture of any of the activitiesbelow. Highlight importance of beingaware of other pupils to avoid collisions.RESOURCES:Warm up: cones,handballsMain: handballs,medicine ball,cardboard boxes orsimilarCool Down: bean bagsKLP Key learning pointACTIVITY – Choose from:Ball Handling Roll the ball through and around thelegs forming a figure of eight. Fast ball handling through spread legs,moving hands accordingly EXT: Tossing a ball with feet whilesitting and catching it while standingup Toss the ball through the legs turningaround to catch the ball. Toss the ball while lying on the backand turning and catching the ball. Dribble around the body Dribble while sitting Dribble while jumping up and down Dribble around cones EXT: Run after a partner whiledribbling the ball Dribble through a slalom of cones Bounce passes through a hoop to apartner Throw the ball at a wall and catch itLesson 1/6ACTIVITIESREFLECTIONS / COOL DOWNORGANISATION:ACTIVITY 1: ShootingOrganise pupils into two teams. Divide the playing areas intothree sections, a zone for team 1, a zone for team 2 and themiddle zone. Place a medicine ball in the middle. Pupilsmust not move out of their zone.REFLECTIONS: Which is easier, dribbling orcatching? (EXT- why) What was your hardest/easiestcatch? (EXT – why?) Where should you be lookingwhen you pass? When would you use each pass?Can you demonstrate this?Both teams try to hit the medicine ball with their handballsover the line of the opponent.ACTIVITY 2: ShootingPlace a cardboard box 1m in front of a throw down line witha finish line at a determined distance away (the bigger thebox the easier the task). Organise pupils into groups of 4 andsee which team can move the box over the finish line first bythrowing their balls at the target – one at a time. Pupilsmust not cross the throw down line.EXT/EASY: provide more or less balls depending on pupils’abilities. Vary to see how far the box can go on just 4 balls.To vary the activity, place a medicine ball inside the box andplace the box on a wheel board.ACTIVITY 3: DefendingThe individual tactical focus of a playerin defence are: Constantly striving to regain ball possession(intercepting the ball) Constantly suppressing of possible scoring chancesof the opponentsThe way this can be done are: Intercepting passes and preventing shots at the goal Constant visual guarding of the player with the ballPT: Pupil talkCOOL DOWN:Play TigersTwo pupils are chosen and given abean bag each. The other pupils arethe ‘Fish’. The ‘Fish’ are to jogaround and the ‘Tigers’ must throwthe bean bag at a ‘Fish’ below theknees. If a ‘Fish’ gets hit they areout. Continue for a set period oruntil the last pupil is standing.Finish with a quick “Follow myLeader” to stretch; Walk stretching tall Walk stretching wide withhands Stand and stretch Curl smallEXT – call out the name of themuscles that you are stretching,e.g. hamstrings.EXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 1/6 Constantly monitoring the actions and the positionsof the opponents Tackling the opponentsIn Handball the feet are very important in defence. Pupilsneed to be fast on their feet and move quickly to be a gooddefence player.The arm action is also important. In many defence actionspupils will be using the arms (blocking the ball, tacklingopponents etc.) By waving the arms pupils can reduce thefield of vision of the opponent, so that they don’t see teammates in free positions.The basic stance for a defence player is: Both feet on the ground The feet are slightly apart Legs slightly bent legs with raised and waving arms Well balancedWhen a defender moves it is important to: Have slightly bent legs Use small and fast steps Have both feet on the ground – avoid jumping Move with legs parallel – do not cross over Lift and wave arms Look up – don t look at your feetHandball is a dynamic sport with body contact in 1-on-1situations. The pupils must learn what is allowed and notallowed in these situations and which techniques areappropriate to use.TACKLING is used, when a defence player wants to preventan attacking player from shooting at goal or making a breakthrough. Basic defence position Meet the opponent with balance and control With a right handed attacker, meet the opponentKLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 1/6with left arm on the opponent s underarm and theright arm on the hip of the opponent. Opposite way for a left handed attacker. Meet the opponent with bent arms If the opponent is shooting with the right hand,place your left foot in front right foot forward ifopponent is shooting with left arm. Move your feet if the opponent moves forward or toone side after the tackle When you have contact with your opponent try atonce to get hold of the ball immediately.(REF: International Handball Federation Teaching Manual)COMPETITION: Intercepting GamePractice the key learning points aboveOrganise two teams of 3. Distinguish players by colouredbibs. One team has the ball and tries to make 5 passesbetween their team mates, then change possession. Theteam without the ball must try and prevent the 5 passesbeing made, they score one point if they manage to do soand become the attacking team.No contact between players. Ball cannot be taken out of thehands of a player.EXT: Increase the number of passes, reduce the teachingarea.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6LESSONWARM UPOBJECTIVE/RESOURCESBlocking andACTIVITY: Play Piggy in the Middledeveloping the smallORGANISATION: Organise pupils intosided gamegroups of 4 with one ball per group.One pupil to be in the middle and try andretrieve the ball whilst it is being passedamongst the other three players. If themiddle player obtains the ball they swap inwith another player.RESOURCES:Warm up: ballsMain: colouredbands/bibs, ballsKLP: Strong defence positionKLP: Fast feet and movementUse the Teaching points from Lesson 1PT: Explain to pupils that defence playersare: Constantly striving to regainpossession of the ball Constantly supressing possiblescoring chances within a game ofhandballPT: What makes a good defender?Recap Lesson 1To be good at defending a player; Intercepts passes and preventsgoal shots Visually guards player with the ball(blocking) Constantly watches other players Tackles the opponentsKLP Key learning pointLesson 2/6ACTIVITIESACTIVITY: Defence: Play Bull in the Ring (REF EnglandHandball)Organise pupils into groups of 7 and place in a circle. (Theblue team). One pupil to step into the middle (Red). The aimof the game is for the Blues to keep the ball.Try variations: Weak hand only passingCan’t pass to the person who passed to youMust complete 15 passes in 60 secondsPT: Ask the pupils how the defenders could be rewarded ifthey get the ball. Perhaps with points?PT: What is the best way to stand to defend? Both feet on the ground Feet slightly apart Legs slightly bent with raised waving armsCOMPETITION:Organise pupils into two teams, one blue and one red. Bothteams have the aim of getting the ball in the other team’send zone in the form of a small sided game. Once the redteam get the ball In Zone A, they must turn to attack Zone Bwhich the blues must turn to defend. Once a team lose theball, they become the defenders. The team who get the ballinto either end zone the most times wins.KLP: Emphasis upon attack. Quick passes and fastPT: Pupil talkREFLECTIONS / COOL DOWNREFLECTIONS:How can we reward defenders too? This could be points forinterceptions, recognition andpraise. Why is balance so important to adefender? Where are you looking whenyou are defending? How do you block?COOL DOWN:Get pupils to do a gentle jog/stretch.Arm circles: use arms to makecircles in the air.Active eights: use arms to makefigures of eight in the air.Side stretch: stand with feetshoulder width apart, slowly let theleft hand sink towards the left knee.Slowly come back to the startingposition and repeat on the otherside. Quadriceps: stand on left footand extend the right foot backwards.Catch it with the right hand andbring it up as far as the bottom. KLP:Keep knees close together duringthis stretch and avoid jerkymovements.Calf Stretch: stand with feetshoulder width apart, slowly liftheels off the ground and balance onEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6movement. Encourage fluid short passing. Add a goal forfocus.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkLesson 2/6toes for a few seconds. Slowly goback to the start position and thenslowly raise the toes off the groundand balance on the heels for a fewseconds.Groin stretch: sit on the ground withfeet together in a meditatingposition. Gently push down theknees to stretch the muscles on theinner leg. Slowly go back to thestarting position. Hamstring stretch:stand with feet shoulder widthapart. Bend the knee slightly totransfer all the weight of the bodyonto the left foot. Slowly extend theright leg away from the body untilthe heel is on the ground with thetoes pointing upwards. Place bothhands one on top of the other onthe right thigh. Slowly extend bothhands downwards towards the kneeand stop when a slight stretch is feltat the back of the right leg.EXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballLESSONOBJECTIVE/RESOURCESOBJECTIVE:Develop principles ofattack and defence andintroduce full sizecompetitive gamesYear 5-6WARM UPORGANISATION: Organisepupils into teams. Eachteam stand in line, onebehind the other.Lesson 3/6ACTIVITIESORGANISATION: Explain the rules of this activity as below. Show clips of a handballgame as below. Organise group into teams of 4 plus a goalkeeper. Create a goal withan improvised D around the goal if possible. Court can be approx. 20 meters by 12.6meters.ACTIVITY: Under/over relaywith ball. Side to side relayThe first person in each linehas a ball in hand.RESOURCES:Warm Up: ballsOn a signal, this first personpasses ball over his/herhead to the second player.The second player passes itthrough his/her legs, thirdpasses over, next under.Last player in line holds theball over his/her head toshow the team has finished.Variation: Side to sideas above but instead ofpassing over and under,pupils pass to the left and tothe right.Moving caterpillar: As thelast team passes the ballthey are to run to the frontof the line with the ball andbegin again until thefinishing line has beenKLP Key learning pointREFLECTIONS / COOLDOWNREFLECTIONS: What part ofhandball do youlike/dislike? (EXT –why?) Do you think it’s afast game? How do the playerswork together? What were yourteam’s strengths? How could your teamhave improved theirperformance?COOL DOWN:Get pupils to do a gentlejog/stretch.Arm circles/rotation: usearms to make circles inthe air.Active eights: use armsto make figures of eightin the air.Side stretch: stand withfeet shoulder widthapart, slowly let the leftACTIVITY: Introduce Basic Rules of the game.hand sink towards theSee link to IHF Rulesleft knee. Slowly comeback to the ploads/downloads/2013/05/Handball- position and repeat onthe other side.Rules to abide by in this game (be lenient with last two rules to keep game flowing) Only the GK can go in the area (If a defender goes in the area, penalty – ifan attacker GK’s ball) No pass backs to the GK (Free throw) Body contact not allowed (Free throw) Dribbling the ball not allowed (Free throw) Only 3 steps allowed before ball is passed – limit to a few (Free throw) Ball can only be held for 3 seconds when stationary (Free throw) – encouragefast passingPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6reached.ShortRules-.pdfHandball is a team game based on fair play principles.Two teams play against each other. The team that scores the most goals when theplaying time is over is the winner. Reinforce principles of attack and defence Encourage pupils to be involved in officiating Encourage reflection Show the GameMen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v tkFUXa9CNNAWomen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v Ci6jQ1 C3Js1. Think Safety2. Organisation3. RulesPlay a small game of Handball Offences should be signalled with one blast of a whistle Goals signalled by two blasts of the whistle After a goal is scored play returns to the centre where the team whoconceded begin with the ball Substitutions can be made without stopping the flow of the game. The game can last as long as you see fit. You could end it with a next goal wins. Teams can rotate around so they are playing different opponents.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkLesson 3/6Quadriceps: stand on leftfoot and extend the rightfoot backwards. Catch itwith the right hand andbring it up as far as thebottom. KLP: Keep kneesclose together during thisstretch and avoid jerkymovements.Calf Stretch: stand withfeet shoulder widthapart, slowly lift heels offthe ground and balanceon toes for a fewseconds. Slowly go backto the start position andthen slowly raise the toesoff the ground andbalance on the heels fora few seconds.Groin stretch: sit on theground with feettogether in a meditatingposition. Gently pushdown the knees tostretch the muscles onthe inner leg. Slowly goback to the startingposition. Hamstringstretch: stand with feetshoulder width apart.Bend the knee slightly totransfer all the weight ofthe body onto the leftEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 3/6foot. Slowly extend theright leg away from thebody until the heel is onthe ground with the toespointing upwards. Placeboth hands one on top ofthe other on the rightthigh. Slowly extend bothhands downwardstowards the knee andstop when a slightstretch is felt at the backof the right leg.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6LESSONWARM UPOBJECTIVE/RESOURCESDevelop full size gameORGANISATION:ACTIVITY: Play a game of ‘Farmer Tag’RESOURCES:Warm up: ballsMain: colouredbands/bibs, whistleCool Down:balls/beanbags,hoop/basketNominate 2 pupils to be farmers and therest of the group will become crows. Thefarmers must chase the crows around adefined space trying to tag as many ofthem as possible. Once a crow has beentagged by a farmer it becomes a scarecrowand must stand still with its arms helddown by the side of its body. The othercrows must then try and release thescarecrows by tapping them on theshoulder/going under their arms withoutgetting touched by a farmer. If a scarecrowis released then it becomes a crow again.The farmers must try to catch as manycrows and turn them into scarecrowswithin a set time period (30–60 seconds).EASY: shortening the time period,decrease the numbers of farmers,decrease the playing spaceEXT: Lengthen the time period , increasethe numbers of farmers, increase theplaying spaceKLP Key learning pointLesson 4/6ACTIVITIESORGANISATION: Develop on Lesson 3.Organise group into teams of 4 plus a goalkeeper.Create a goal with an improvised D around the goal ifpossible. Court can be approx. 20 meters by 12.6meters.Rules to abide by in this game (do not focus on the lasttwo rules) Only the GK can go in the area (If a defendergoes in the area, penalty – if an attacker GKsball) No pass backs to the GK (Free throw) Body contact not allowed (Free throw) Dribbling the ball not allowed (Free throw) Only 3 steps allowed before ball is passed –limit to a few (Free throw) Ball can only be held for 3 seconds whenstationary (Free throw) – encourage fast passingTry and enforce the last two rules a little more if youfeel that the group is progressing.PT: Pupil talkREFLECTIONS / COOL DOWNREFLECTIONS: What are you thinking about whenyou have the ball ready to pass? What did you find easier/harderthan last week when playing thegame? How can you improve next time? Did your team introduce the 3 steprule? What were the challenges withthis?COOL DOWN:Teacher throws handballs out of his/herbasket (can be a hoop).Pupils have to return the balls as quicklyas they can. If there are less balls on thecourt than in the basket the pupils willwin. Carry out 30 second games. Pupilscan only bring back one piece ofequipment at a time.EXT: Get pupils to use their weak handto return the balls. EASY: Reduce thespace of the playing area. Play withbeanbags.KLP: Ensure pupils keep their head up toavoid collisions. Promote awareness oftheir position in the playing area toincrease success. Run on the balls oftheir feet.EXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 4/6Ball Handling practice. KLP Key learning pointACTIVITY: Play HandballRoll the ball through the legs formingan eight.Fast ball handling through spread legs,moving hands accordinglyEXT: Tossing a ball with feet whilesitting and catching it while standingupToss the ball through the legs turningaround to catch the ball.Toss the ball while lying on the backand turning and catching the ball.Dribble around the bodyDribble while sittingDribble while jumping up and downDribble around conesEXT: Run after a partner whiledribbling the ballDribble through a slalom of conesBounce passes through a hoop to apartnerThrow the ball at a wall and catch Offences should be signalled with one blast of awhistleGoals signalled by two blasts of the whistleAfter a goal is scored play returns to the centrewhere the team who conceded begin with theballSubstitutions can be made without stopping theflow of the game.The game can last as long as you see fit. Youcould end it with a next goal wins.Encourage pupils to be observers and try and let themidentify if any rule violations have occurred.Break out for Triangle Passes to practise passing andmoving.Variation: A is the receiver of both balls. B and C mustalternate passes in to A with a ball each, and A passesback to correct pupil meaning that A needs fast hands toreceive and pass. Progression – B and C to circulate.PT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballKLP Key learning pointYear 5-6PT: Pupil talkLesson 4/6EXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6LESSONWARM UPOBJECTIVE/RESOURCESIntroduce goalkeeping. ACTIVITY: The triangle passing drilloffers a handball specific element to thewarm up. Organise pupils into groups of 4,RESOURCES:each group with a handball.Warm up: ballsMain: marker cones,ballsPupil A passes to Pupil B and follows thepass, taking B’s place. Pupil B then passesto Pupil C, following the pass. Pupil Cpasses to Pupil D and so on Lesson 5/6ACTIVITIESREFLECTIONS / COOL DOWNORGANISATION: Organise pupils into groups. Mark out goalswith marker cones for each group. Mark a line 6m awayfrom the goal and position one pupil in goal and theremainder of the group behind the line.ACTIVITY:Players take turn to take the ball and make a shot frombehind the line.EXT: Try a jump shot. EASY: position the pupil closer to thegoal.Basic technique for high jump shotsRun-up and jump movesREFLECTIONS: What progress have you madesince last week? Is there anything you foundchallenging last week but foundeasier this week? What do you need to improve? Take a flat and short second to last running stepTake a last long stepSet the foot onto the ground activelyAdvance the right shoulderLift the ballJump with the left footSwing back straightShoulder axis into shot directionLeft arm to support the body twistThrow stance Bend the throwing armPut the hand behind the ballJump into the airBend the free legTwist the upper bodyThrow movementKLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkCOOL DOWN:Get pupils to do a gentle jog/stretch.Arm circles: use arms to makecircles in the air.Active eights: use arms to makefigures of eight in the air.Side stretch: stand with feetshoulder width apart, slowly let theleft hand sink towards the left knee.Slowly come back to the startingposition and repeat on the otherside. Quadriceps: stand on left footand extend the right footbackwards. Catch it with the righthand and bring it up as far as thebottom. KLP: Keep knees closetogether during this stretch andavoid jerky movements.Calf Stretch: stand with feetshoulder width apart, slowly liftheels off the ground and balance ontoes for a few seconds. Slowly goback to the start position and thenslowly raise the toes off the groundEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6 Lesson 5/6Advance the hip and the shoulder of the throwingarmMaintain elbow in front of the ball at shoulder levelUpright body position to loose the ball at the highestpointStretch the body"Smashing" arm moveand balance on the heels for a fewseconds. Groin stretch: sit on the ground with feet together in a meditatingposition. Gently push down the knees to stretch the muscles on the inner leg. Slowly go back to thestarting position. Hamstring stretch:stand with feet shoulder widthFinishapart. Bend the knee slightly to Touch ground with both feet or with a left-right step transfer all the weight of the bodyonto the left foot. Slowly extend the Swing the throwing armright leg away from the body untilthe heel is on the ground with theSee the following clip showing the jump shot:toes pointing upwards. Place /jumpshot hands one on top of the other onthe right thigh. Slowly extend bothThe goalkeeper tries to defend the goal. Pupils are rotated to hands downwards towards the kneeand stop when a slight stretch is felttake turns in goal. Do not force a child to be a goalkeeper ifat the back of the right leg.they do not wish to do so. Vary the game by thenintroducing pairs in front of the goal. One pupil is trying toscore a goal and the other is trying to block the shot. Do notlet more than one pair shoot at the same time. Take it inturns.Specific focus for goalkeepers: KLP Key learning pointMovement in the goalPositioning in the goal when the opponents areshooting from different positionsSave with one arm, both arms, with the legs andwith arms and legsPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 5/6COMPETITION:Play a game of Handball.Develop on Lesson 4.Organise group into teams of 4 plus a goalkeeper. Create agoal with an improvised D around the goal if possible. Courtcan be approx. 20 meters by 12.6 meters.Rules to abide by in this game (try and focus on the last tworules if ability allows) Only the GK can go in the area (If a defender goesin the area, penalty – if an attacker GKs ball) No pass backs to the GK (Free throw) Body contact not allowed (Free throw) Dribbling the ball not allowed (Free throw) Only 3 steps allowed before ball is passed – limit toa few (Free throw) Ball can only be held for 3 seconds when stationary(Free throw) – encourage fast passingTry and enforce the last two rules a little more if you feelthat the group is progressing.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 5/6ACTIVITY: Play Handball Offences should be signalled with one blast of awhistleGoals signalled by two blasts of the whistleAfter a goal is scored play returns to the centrewhere the team who conceded begin with the ballSubstitutions can be made without stopping the flowof the game.The game can last as long as you see fit. You couldend it with a next goal wins.Encourage pupils to be observers and try and let themidentify if any rule violations have occurred.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6LESSONWARM se full sizeACTIVITY: Ball Handling Roll the ball through the legs formingcompetitive gamean eight. Fast ball handling through spread legs,moving hands accordingly EXT: Tossing a ball with feet whilesitting and catching it while standingup Toss the ball through the legs turningaround to catch the ball.RESOURCES: Toss the ball while lying on the backWarm Up: ballsand turning and catching the ball. Dribble around the bodyMain: cones, balls, Dribble while sittingcoloured bibs/bands, Dribble while jumping up and downwhistle Dribble around cones EXT: Run after a partner whileCool Down: music withdribbling the balla strong beat Dribble through a slalom of cones Bounce passes through a hoop to apartner Throw the ball at a wall and catch itPT: Are you finding these skills easier thanwhen you first did them? Which one doyou still find a challenge? How could youmake them harder?KLP Key learning pointLesson 6/6ACTIVITIESACTIVITY:Develop on Lesson 5Organise group into teams of 4 plus a goalkeeper. Create agoal with an improvised D around the goal if possible. Courtcan be approx. 20 meters by 12.6 meters.Rules to abide by in this game (do not focus on the lasttwo rules) Only the GK can go in the area (If a defender goesin the area, penalty – if an attacker GKs ball) No pass backs to the GK (Free throw) Body contact not allowed (Free throw) Dribbling the ball not allowed (Free throw) Only 3 steps allowed before ball is passed – limit toa few (Free throw) Ball can only be held for 3 seconds when stationary(Free throw) – encourage fast passingTry and enforce the last two rules a little more if you feelthat the group is progressing.PT: Pupil talkREFLECTIONS / COOL DOWNREFLECTIONS: What have you learnt? What do you need to improve? How many rules can youremember? What position do youprefer/find easier/harder? What makes a good defender? What makes a good attacker?COOL DOWN:Play Bop It Handball stylePlay music with a strong beat andask Pupils to find a space. Startjogging around the space. Highlightthe need to keep an eye out forother Pupils to avoid collisions.Play the music and on command ofthe teacher do the following: Defend – stretch up high,moving you arms in the air whilejogging Attack Right– Pretend to throwa ball using your right arm Attack Left – Pretend to throw aball using your left arm. Goal – Stop and stretch armsand legs out into a star shape. Foul – Freestyle moveEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

HandballYear 5-6Lesson 6/6ACTIVITY: Play Handball Offences should be signalled with one blast of awhistleGoals signalled by two blasts of the whistleAfter a goal is scored play returns to the centrewhere the team who conceded begin with the ballSubstitutions can be made without stopping theflow of the game.The game can last as long as you see fit. You couldend it with a next goal wins.Encourage pupils to be observers and try and let themidentify if any rule violations have occurred.Hold a tournament as a way to round off the sequence oflessons.KLP Key learning pointPT: Pupil talkEXT: Extend , EASY: Easier

Handball Year 5-6 LESSON 1: Shooting and introducing defending LESSON 2: Blocking and developing the small sided game LESSON 3: Develop principles of attack and defence and introduce full size game LESSON 4: Develop Full Size Game LESSON 5: Introduce Goal Keeping LESSON 6: Practise Full Si