In this activity, pupils play a serve competition into a target (i.e. a box). At the start they have a lot of shuttles laying in a hoop (at least 10 per person). When finished, teacher will count how many they hit into the box. The fastest team gets one extra point.
Lesson 7: Serve and Rally
August – Shuttle Run Team Game
In here, pupils work in teams and line up with three shuttles per team placed on the floor. On signal they pick up a shuttle and sprint and lunge to place the shuttle before returning to the baseline to pick the other shuttles. The second player has to do the same but bring the shuttles back and so
June – Merry Go Round
In this activity, two teams of players stand one behind each other and play against each other. The court is the area between net and the service line. Here, player 1 of team A starts with a service or throw into the playing area between net and the service line. Teacher, don’t forget to use as fu
May – Tag Game
In this activity, one pupil is chosen to be the ‘chaser’ and must try to ‘tag’ or touch all the other players. If a pupil is ‘tagged’ by the chaser, they must complete two laps around the outside of the playing area before they can re-join the game. Teacher must remember, the game is ove
April – Balance Exercise
As we know Balance is very important to control movement in badminton, In this activity, the exercise that teacher can ask children to do is standing on one leg and jump forward sideward, backward, sideward and forward again to train jumping on one leg. Lesson 4: Net and Starting
March – Playing A Net Rallly
In this activity, you will learn to relax fingers to change between grips without turning the hand (finger-work).The teacher will ask two pupils practice net shots by playing a game in the net area. Lesson 3: Net and Lunge [vc_btn title="More Shuttle Time videos" color="danger"
February – Mirror Chase
In this activity, pupils are divided into pairs facing each other. One pupil is the “leader” and the other one is the “chaser”. Using chasse steps, the “leader” moves laterally and changes directions trying to escape from the “chaser”. In this case, the “chaser” must follow and t