The first lessons

In youth lessons, the variations in the last column are especially important. It is good to spend a little longer with a shape where you use different variants. The attention span is relatively short and therefore you are quickly tempted to constantly new assignments. With small variations you have a double advantage. They feel safe with an assignment and practice situation, get enough variety and then learn a lot.

A possible structure of lessons

 

(always possible to adapt to your group)

  1. A lot of attention to balance, stability
  2. From balance to rhythm
  3. From balance and rhythm to timing
  4. From balance and rhythm to timing to posture

 

The 1

Getting used to, learning to deal with your lesson situation, place, current shapes, trial and error, material, etc.

Much attention to balance, stability.

Choose assignments that you can repeat with a small adjustment so that safety is created, work a large part of the lesson with the same (pawn) job. Stop in time to chat and tell them when the next lesson is again (with children and possibly parents).

 

Week 1 5-6 Stability and safety (physical and social)
Time order variation training form
1

After classifying

Sit down together, you on your knees and tell who you are.

Then a get up, sit assignment.

  • Get up then turn around
  • Sit, lie, turn on your stomach and get up again
  • With a story to it
On a closed piece of ice.
2 Round the pawn track like a wobbling penguin (toes out)
  • Extra round around the final pawn
  • Stop half way
  • With a story (together at the South Pole and experience things together that require you to bend over, touch the ice, etc.
For a little pawn job.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children. Preferably also like a pigu
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough.
3 Pause

Preferably the ice on the rubber.

  • You among the children. Try to get them to say something. You can use it again for assignments.
Preferably the ice on the rubber. boarding.
4 Repeat assignment 1

A get up, sit command.

  • Get up then turn around
  • Sit, lie, turn on your stomach and get up again
  • With another story
On a closed piece of ice.
5 Round the pawn track with starting and braking on your instructions.
  • Brake and spin
  • Brakes, tap your knee and continue
  • story; in the car, steer and accelerate and brake.
For a little pawn job.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
6 End with, for example, a visit to the zoo.
  • Children always name an animal and you always imitate it together (ice cream promotes balance).
  • Also build in a break with the ice cream
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information

 

Week 1 7-8 Stability and safety (physical and social)
Time order variation training form
1

After classifying

Sit down together, you on your knees and tell who you are.

Then a get up, sit assignment.

  • Use this command to learn the names and estimate the skills.
  • Sit, lie, turn on your stomach and get up again
  • Do you see nice variants, let them all do it
On a closed piece of ice.
2 Round the pawn track how you want to skate yourself
  • Extra round around the final pawn
  • Stop half way
  • Tap halfway through, lift foot, etc.
For a large pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough. Encourage them to skate on
3 Round the pawn track. Skate like an airplane at the pivots, arms wide and steer around the bend on two skates.
  • Start sliding earlier.
  • With a very short landing gear (by the knees)
  • With one wing (keep other arm with you)
  • etc.
For a large pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough. Encourage them to skate on
Short break. Repeat names again, get to know the children. Preferably off the ice.
4 Repeat assignment 1

A stand up/sit command.

  • Get up then turn around
  • Sit, lie, turn on your stomach and get up again
On a closed piece of ice.
5 Round the pawn track with starting and braking on your instructions.
  • Brake and spin
  • Brakes, tap your knee and continue
  • story; in the car, steer and accelerate and brake.
For a long pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
6 Possibly a large round with always short pieces of skating. until the whole group is back together. Let us know (point to) where the skating is taking place and always make sure that you are there first.

Pay special attention to the less good skaters

7 End with, for example, a visit to the zoo.
  • Children always name an animal and you always imitate it together (ice cream promotes balance).
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information

 

Week 1 9-11 Stability and safety (physical and social)
Time order variation training form
1

After classifying

Sit down together, you on your knees and tell who you are.

Then a get up, sit assignment.

  • Use this command to learn the names and estimate the skills.
  • Sit, lie, turn on your stomach and get up again
  • Do you see nice variants, let them all do it
On a closed piece of ice.
2 Round the pawn track how you want to skate yourself
  • Extra round around the final pawn
  • Stop half way
  • Tap halfway through, lift foot, etc.
For a large pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough. Encourage them to skate on
3 Round the pawn track. Skate like an airplane at the pivots, arms wide and steer around the bend on two skates.
  • Start sliding earlier.
  • With a very short landing gear (by the knees)
  • With one wing (keep other arm with you)
  • etc.
For a large pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough. Encourage them to skate on
Possibly a large round with always short pieces of skating. until the whole group is back together. Let us know (point to) where the skating is taking place and always make sure that you are there first.

Pay special attention to the less good skaters

Short break. Repeat names again, get to know the children. Preferably off the ice.
4 Repeat assignment 1

A stand up/sit command.

  • Get up then turn around
  • Sit, lie, turn on your stomach and get up again
On a closed piece of ice.
5 Round the pawn track with starting and braking on your instructions.
  • Brake and spin
  • Brakes, tap your knee and continue
  • Traffic light game.
For a long pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
6 Possibly again one or two large rounds with smaller and smaller pieces of skates. Until the whole group is back together. Then the next piece.
  • Only let part of the group drive a second round
Let us know (point to) where the skating is taking place and always make sure that you are there first.

Pay special attention to the less good skaters

7 Closing with, for example, a so….. possible on the pawn track
  • Glide as long as possible
  • On one leg
  • With the skates against each other
  • etc.
Monitor the atmosphere carefully. Make sure everyone is good at something.
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information

 

Week 1 12+ Stability and safety (physical and social)
Time order variation training form
1

After classifying

Choose assignments from 9-11 that suit your group and alternate with assignments from the adult lessons.