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Tri-Bound Five-Pass

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-Objective:

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After five passes, for a team to score a point by ultimately throwing a ball against the rebounder and having a teammate catch it.

-Fundamental Movement Skills:

  • Locomotor

    • Dodge

    • Run 

  • Manipulative Send​

    • Throw​

  • Manipulative Receive​

    • Block 

    • Catch​

-Equipment List:

  • One Tri-Bound rebounder

  • One ball

-Equipment Link:

-Setting Up:

  • Place a Tri-Bound rebounder in the centre of the playing area.

  • Divide approximately 14 to 24 players into two teams.

  • Players are in a scattered position in the playing area.

  • One player is given the ball.

-Instructions:

  • On the signal to begin players attempt to make five consecutive passes to their teammates.

  • Players with the ball can only pivot and not otherwise move with the ball.

  • Once a team has completed five consecutive passes, they may toss the ball against the rebounder and have a teammate attempt to catch the ball off of the rebounder bounce. A successful catch counts for one point.

  • If a ball is intercepted by the other team or lands on the ground, the other team gets the ball.

Queestions

-Questions & Notes:

  • Questions for Understanding:

    • How can offensive teams most efficiently get five passes?

    • How can offensive teams most effectively get near the rebounder?

    • How can defensive teams most effectively prevent the other team from completing their passes?

    • How can the defensive team most effectively prevent the other team from throwing and catching a ball of the rebounder? 

  • Thanks to Gopher's Jordan Stolp for demonstrating this game at New York Shape 2019.