Introduction & Objectives - Badminton
Singles (Individual Racket Skills) - #363
Students do various exercises to develop basic individual badminton skills.
Doubles (Partner Racket Skills) - #365
Students do various exercises to develop basic partner badminton skills.
Wrist Flips - #367
Students see how long they can volley a shuttlecock while switching between forehand and backhand strokes.
Racket Relay - #368
Students make a "badminton sandwich" by alternating rackets and shuttlecocks on top of each other. The group must race against others while maintaining the sandwhich.
Birdie Relay - #369
In this relay race, distance is covered by hitting a shuttlecock across the gym.
Service Anyone? - #370
Students practice serving shuttlecocks.
No-Racket Badminton (Singles or Doubles) - #371
Students simulate a badminton game, but catch and throw the shuttlecock with their hands.
Gang Up - #372
During this game of badminton, teams start out with one player, and more are added when the opposing team makes a mistake.
Sub-In - #373
Students volley the shuttlecock, immediately subbing out with another teammate as soon as they've made a play.
Top Dog Badminton (Singles or Doubles) - #374
Badminton games are held on adjacent courts, with players rotating one direction if they win, and another if they lose.