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Soccer lessons

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"See if you can..." POSTER: Individual ways your kids at school can improve their soccer and kicking PE skills - part of the complete K-3 sport lesson pack!

"See if you can..." POSTER: Individual ways your kids at school can improve their soccer and kicking PE skills - part of the complete K-3 sport lesson pack!

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Read the blog for some simple teaching points you need to know when teaching soccer in your sports lesson at elementary school (grades 3-6). There's also tons of free PE lesson ideas to try out :)

Read the blog for some simple teaching points you need to know when teaching soccer in your sports lesson at elementary school (grades 3-6). There's also tons of free PE lesson ideas to try out :)

Are you teaching PE this week and need a few ideas on what to do? Here’s a soccer plan you can teach in an hour lesson (click here to view the essential soccer skills) – Easy to setup, …

Are you teaching PE this week and need a few ideas on what to do? Here’s a soccer plan you can teach in an hour lesson (click here to view the essential soccer skills) – Easy to setup, …

How to kick a ball by Daniel Sturridge

He might have two of the niftiest feet in football, but England striker Daniel Sturridge says anyone can score the perfect goal

Get those soccer brains ticking over with this great game that covers dribbling, running with the ball, accurate passing, changeovers, first touch into space.

Get those soccer brains ticking over with this great game that covers dribbling, running with the ball, accurate passing, changeovers, first touch into space.

FREE PRINTABLE -HOW TO TEACH: Kicking for soccer/football skills in Kindergarten PE lessons • KEY POINTS •  • Inside foot pass - pass the ball with the INSIDE of your foot   • Dribbling - use SMALL TOUCHES, keeping the ball close  • Controlling - TRAP the ball underneath your foot ("squash the tomato")   • Striking at goal - kick the ball with the LACES part of your foot.  Check out the FULL Kindy Kicking pack, complete with everything you need to know to teach you kids at elementary school.

Are you struggling with ideas for your next PE lesson you need to teach? Do you need help with some of the key points when trying to teach soccer? It’s time to impress your class as the most …

• Soccer dribbling • A fun really race idea to develop soccer skills with your students, check out loads more PE teaching activities here!!

• Soccer dribbling • A fun really race idea to develop soccer skills with your students, check out loads more PE teaching activities here!!