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Freeze Tag is one of my favorites to do once my guys and girls have learned to dive properly. Pretty simple: Set up a defined playing area for your team. Half a volleyball court works well for 10 people. One person is "it" and their goal is to "freeze" everyone by tagging them. If the person who is "it" successfully freezes everyone, they win.
Typically at open gyms the players start at 4v4, move to 6v6 and at times run hitting lines, serving or a favorite drill. According to OHSAA, players ARE allowed to go to open gyms once your school team has finished playing.
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Consider setting up stations that focus skills students are working on in PE class. Switch it up! Host some open gyms days that are less structured and others that are group competitions (e.g. compete to complete a Or, host special open gym days with a basketball shoot out, dodgeball tournament, etc.
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Two Pile - Fun Volleyball Drills. Start with two volleyball players, one lying on top of the other. The coach slaps the ball, and tosses the ball high into the court. At the slap of the ball, the players unpile and the player on the bottom goes to the ball to make a pass.
Volleyball 4-Square. When your 3-6 graders have some control with their forearm passes and sets, Volleyball 4-Square is a fun way to practice those skills. Create a 4-square court with 2 students in each square. The object is to try to move to Square #1 by passing to other pairs in the square.
To help give you ideas on what's important to emphasize early on, we turned to Bishop's High School coach Tod Mattox, who has 30 years experience teaching the game at the high school and college levels and also for Starlings Volleyball Clubs.