Forehand and Backhand Stroke Teacher Resources
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Crazy 8s (Tennis)
Practice those forehand and backhand tennis strokes. Here's an activity to practice hitting the ball diagonally across the court and also hitting the ball down the alley line. This figure eight drill can be challenging for young learners...
"Alleys" is a drill or game-like situation to practice what has already been taught in previous lessons. The tennis court is divided in half, left side and right side, so that each pair of players has an alley. The goal is to aim for the...
Doubles Tennis Baseball
Your Junior Highers use an alternative way to practice accuracy of their tennis strokes by playing a game similar to baseball. The purpose is to hit the ball away from your opponents, but within the lines.
Hockey Hoop Dribble
Students refine/develop hockey dribbling and puck handling skills. They begin by dribbling in general space and perform the following task when they approach the hula hoops:yellow hoop: dribble slowly one time around, green hoop:...
Tenth graders participate in a warm-up activity. They practice the proper way to grip a tennis racquet. They investigate the forehand ground stroke including the hand, arm and follow through motions. They complete the session by playing...
Groups develop drills designed to improve their teammate's tennis skills. They present their drills to the rest of the class and evaluate their effectiveness.
PE Links 4U
Game, set, match! Teach young athletes the basics of tennis with a set of tennis lesson plans. Each plan focuses on a different stroke and guides instructors through the best way to teach, refine, and extend tennis lesson.
Students participate in a table tennis game. In this sports instructional activity, students are taught the rules of the game and various grips to use. Students practice handling the paddle by dribbling the ball one hundred times.
Sixth graders practice and investigate the game of table tennis while engaging them in various types of levels for play. Each level is defined in the lesson for reference and includes the standard for mastering the basic hitting of the...
Quick Serve Tennis
A lesson for high schoolers to learn the basics of tennis in this fast pace game. The variations are more to learn the positioning and progression of play, versus the practice of shots.