For two players to cooperatively juggle three balls together as long as possible
-Fundamental Movement Skills:
Three stability balls per pair of players
Two players stand opposite each other.
One player holds one ball; the other player holds two balls (or has the second ball on the floor immediately in front of her).
The player with two balls throws one ball to the player with one ball.
Before the player with one ball catches the thrown ball, she tosses her ball to the first player.
Before the first player catches the thrown ball, she tosses the second ball to the first player.
Players continue juggling balls for as long as possible.
-Questions & Notes:
Players begin by tossing one ball back and forth so that the ball is on a nearly straight-down trajectory when it is caught. Then introduce a second ball and have them learn to toss two balls. Then add the third.
Side-by-Side Two-Player Juggle: Players stand side-by-side and juggle the balls (this is considerably more challenging than standing opposite each other).