kids. Tuesday , May 30th , 2017 - 07:49:33 AM
By this age a player should be able to dribble the ball(hopefully with both feet). Good soccer drills for kids this age should include dribbling, shot transition, passing and receiving. For this one I like to use the three goal drill. Set up a field about 40 yards square, with a goal on three of the sides. Each player will start on the side with no goal and will dribble to the first goal on the right, take a shot and continue running toward the second goal as a coach passes a ball into him. At the second goal he shoots and continues to the third goal and again the coach passes a ball into him. He will finish by dribbling to the third goal and take a shot. One thing I have my players do after every shot is continue to the goal and touch a post, this gets them in the habit of following their shot.
If youve got video or photos of your new house, show them to your children so they can see where theyll be living. Show them the rooms that will be theirs and make sure to show them any feature of the home that they can look forward to, like a swimming pool or a tree for climbing or swinging on. Tell them they can pick out their paint colors or decorating themes for their new rooms.
Art always brings out the best and the creative side of any person, be it a kid or an adult. Art doesnt need to be perfect, it needs to be imaginative. Provide your special little ones with art supplies that will enable them to use colors and draw figures that they can relate to. This will not only keep them engaged but also act as a healing activity for them once it meets their interest. Clay, crayons, and watercolors top the list of the best art and craft supplies.
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