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Level 1

  • Team A serves the ball from behind the 3-metre line. This can be an overarm or underarm serve. 

  • The receiving team catches the ball (directly or after a bounce). 

  • The child that catches the ball can run to the net and throw up the ball for himself. She/he then hits the ball over the net (while standing still or jumping). 

  • The defending team catches the ball (directly or after a bounce). 

  • The child that catches the ball can run to the net and throw up the ball for himself. She/he then hits the ball over the net (while standing still or jumping). 

  • After the team has hit the ball over the net, it rotates. 

  • After scoring, the team that has ball possession starts serving. 

Level 2

  • Team A serves the ball from behind the 3-metre line. This can be an overarm or underarm serve. 

  • The receiving team catches the ball (directly or after a bounce).
  • The child that catches the ball throws the ball to his team mate (setter) at the net by means of a catch-throw movement.
  • By means of a catch-throw movement, the setter throws the ball to his team mate, who hits it over the net (while standing still or jumping).
  • The defending team catches the ball (directly or after a bounce) and throws it to a team mate (setter) by means of a catch-throw movement.
  • By means of a catch-throw movement, the setter throws the ball to his team mate, who hits it over the net (while standing still or jumping).
  • After the team has hit the ball over the net, it rotates.
  • After scoring, the team that has ball possession starts serving.
  • You can play this level in two against two, three against three or two against

Level 3

  • Team A serves the ball from behind the end line. This can be an overarm or underarm serve.
  • The receiving team catches the ball directly, without a bounce.
  • The child that catches the ball throws the ball to his team mate (setter) at the net by means of a catch-throw movement.
  • By means of an overarm or underarm setup, the setter passes the ball to his team mate, who hits it over the net (while standing still or jumping).
  • The defending team catches the ball (directly or after a bounce) and throws it to a team mate (setter) by means of a catch-throw movement.
  • By means of an overarm or underarm setup, the setter passes the ball to his team mate, who hits it over the net (while standing still or jumping).
  • After the team has hit the ball over the net, it rotates.
  • After scoring, the team that has ball possession starts serving.
  • You can play this level in two against two, three against three or two against three formations

Level 4

 

  • Team A serves the ball from behind the end line of the badminton court or the 7-metre line of the volleyball court.
  • This can be an overarm or underarm serve.
  • The receiving team makes an underarm or overarm pass.
  • By means of a catch-throw movement, the setter throws the ball to his team mate, who hits it over the net (while standing still or jumping).
  • The defending team catches the ball (directly or after a bounce) and throws it to a team mate (setter) by means of a catch-throw movement.
  • By means of an overarm or underarm setup, the setter passes the ball to his team mate, who hits it over the net (while standing still or jumping).
  • The scoring team serves.
  • You can play this level in two against two, three against three or two against three formations