Typically, the first location is at the baseline and the locations move outward and around the key. The goal is to make baskets at each location. Players advance to the next location after they make a shot. The first player to make it all the way around the key--and thereby all the way around the “world”--wins.
Here are plenty of H-O-R-S-E alternatives kids can play with just a basketball and a hoop. 1. Knock Out. 1 of 12. This game does require a low level of shooting ability but remains an ideal game for kids with varying skills because everyone gets a chance to shoot.
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Basketball Games for PE 4. Knockout. It’s hard to imagine any gym class on the planet not having played knockout at least once. This is maybe the most basic of all basketball games designed to help players hone their shot. Players are going to learn how to move quickly, shoot under duress, and shoot from awkward angles.
Basketball Games. C-Pass B-Pass - Once students know the difference between a bounce pass and a chest pass, set up an obstacle course around the gym with targets on the wall, higher for chest and lower for bounce (tape a line they have to be behind before they attempt the pass). Challenge students to hit the targets with their basketballs and complete the course the fastest.
The game will begin with everyone spread out across the court, but everyone must be standing on a line on the basketball court. (e.g., baseline, sideline, 3-point line, etc.)
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Hula Hoop Ring Toss. A ring toss with hula hoops can be done with just a couple hoops and cones. This is a good game when you have less than 10 kids who aren't into physically active sports like full-court basketball. All you have to do is set up a line and have the kids alternate throwing a hula hoop onto a cone.
1. Pickleball. A bit like tennis played with a Wiffle Ball and large, wooden, ping-pong-style paddles, Pickleball has been around for decades, but lately it’s been enjoying a bit of a renaissance in PE classes across the country. This game is perfect for indoor play, especially if you have either a smaller class or plenty of space for ...
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