2010 4/Kindergarten Youth Soccer Practice Guide Week Warm-up Practice Game Time 1 Do some stretching, Then have them either sprint/jog a couple laps ex. 20 yards and back or you could set up some cones about 5 to 10 yards apart and have them weave through the cones while dribbling, do this drill a couple times. Total time 5 to 10 minutes
15 Fun Soccer drills and games for Kids 1. Mud Monsters kids soccer drill. This is a fun tagging type of soccer game and it is a very easy game to understand... 2. Bug Splatter KIDS SOCCER DRILL. This another fun soccer game that kids love to play, especially with younger age... 3. Sharks and ...
1. Soccer Dribbling. Designed for kids in grades kindergarten through second, this drill helps get them used to a key skill in the game of soccer: dribbling with their feet. Use four cones to establish a boundary before furnishing every player with a foam soccer ball.
• Other drills: include shooting on goal, dribbling until coach yells “Freeze!” Line up kids in two rows and pass to each other, Ball tag, and Figure 8 around cones. Additional Ideas for great “soccer” games to play with kids can be found at: www.soccerhelp.com (look under “soccer drills and games”) and
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The kids start on one side of the field and then race to the other side. As they go, they are suppose to do a little kick, a little kick and then one big kick. As they go, they yell, “Little, little, big” to match their kicks. Encourage them to yell loud.
it to them. Talk about the game of soccer again by asking questions: Do you score points by throwing the ball into the goal? Do you use your hands? Do we use our feet?(Ask them if they remember how to kick and let them show you). Emphasize Soccer is played with the FEET. Re-emphasize the rules: #1 have fun, #2 No horseplay/rough housing.
Fun Soccer Drills & Games. Fun soccer drills and games should be included in every practice, especially when coaching the younger players. Players play soccer to have fun. Whether the player is 4 or 40, one of the main reasons they play is to enjoy their time on the pi