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ACTIVITY: Blind Man Volleyball
GRADE LEVELS: grades
NEEDED: volleyball, volleyball net, something to cover the net
(parachute, sheets, etc.) and 1 ball per game
All volleyball skills, bump, set, spike, eye-hand coordination,
rotation and scoring.
Set the game up by installing the net, then place parachutes or
sheets over the net (they should reach the floor, or very near it).
Divide the class into two equal teams, one team on each side of the
net. Each team should have an equal number of front, middle (large
class, single game) and back players.
With older classes, I will play two games simultaneously. With my
younger classes I play one large game and use it for teaching rotation and
scoring as well as improving bumping, serving and setting skills.
Play with the same rules as volleyball or modified volleyball.
The exception with this game is that neither team can see the
other. One rule difference that I choose to use with every grade
level is that they can serve from anywhere on there side of the net.
I adapt this game to the level of the participants by any one or
combination of the following: