Ninth week

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, braking
  3. From balance and rhythm to timing(from 7-8)
  4. From balance and rhythm to timing to posture
  5. From posture to rhythm
  6. From rhythm to balance and posture (5-6) and from rhythm to balance/stability bend (7-8 and beyond).
  7. Frequency and rhythm (5-6) and from frequency and rhythm to balance/stability bend (7-8 and beyond).
  8. From rhythm to posture and balance
  9. Start the brakes and.. Sinterklaas week of course

 

The 9

5-6 Start the brakes and.. Sinterklaas week of course

The Sinterklaas week is the most important theme for this group. Do use your regular timetable, but try to put all your assignments in a Sint/Pete shape. Picking up and dropping off packages, sliding under the stairs when delivering packages, crawling through the chimney, etc

Assignments 5-6 year olds

Week 9 5-6 Start the brakes and.. Sinterklaas week of course
Time order variation training form
1 Be the first to put down a pawn lane and let them drive around in circles. When everyone is there, sit together again, you on your knees and ask what they have already done for or with Sint and Piet.

Then get up again, sit, skate and brakes.

    • Repeat brakes again
    • Sit, lie, roll and get up again
  • All Pieten skills on the ice.
pawn track.

On a closed piece of ice.

2 Rounds (5x) around the pawn track.
For a little pawn job.
  • Every variance again 5 rounds
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children. Preferably the way they do it.
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough.
3 Around the pawn lane 5 times per assignment.
  • skating together to the rhythm of a Santa Claus song. Try to skate in time.
  • Alternate with different tempos in the lead.
  • Make a stop (freeze with hands on knees).
For a little pawn job.
  • Every variance again 5 rounds
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children. Preferably the way they do it.
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough.
4 Pause

Preferably the ice on the rubber.

  • You among the children. Try them stories about St.Nicholas and his help to be told.
Preferably the ice on the rubber. boarding.
5 A stand up, sit, skate and brake command.
  • If you can do it with a song. Moving to rhythm here too

On a closed piece of ice.
6 Possibly a large round with always short pieces of skating. Looking for Black Pete. where is he hiding.
  • 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
  • Tell what you see and about the rules on the big track.
  • Take your time.
7 Around the pawn lane 5 times per assignment.

Create an obstacle course that the Pete's skills appeal again. balancing on the roof, crawling through the chimney, etc.

For a little pawn job.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
8 Closing with a game of Petes. With two groups.

E.g. Pete and the presents.

1 Pete has to guard the presents (small pawns) but falls asleep. The children have to steal the presents and bring them to the other instructor. When Piet wakes up, he can try to tap everyone.

On a closed piece of ice.
  • Always get everyone involved. When you're done, you hand in your ribbon, for example, but you continue to participate.
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information

 

7-8 Start the brakes and.. Sinterklaas week of course

The Sinterklaas week is also the most important theme for this group. Do use your regular timetable, but try to put all your assignments in a Sint/Pete shape. Picking up and dropping off packages, sliding under the stairs when delivering packages, crawling through the chimney, etc. Look at the diagram 5-6 for inspiration. With this group you go just a little less in the fantasy but more in the playful theme.

Assignments 7-8 year olds

9-11 Start the brakes and.. Sinterklaas week of course

The Sinterklaas week is also an important theme for this group. Do use your regular timetable, but try to put all your assignments in a Sint/Pete shape as a bonus. Also take a look at chart 5-6 for inspiration. With this group you go less into the fantasy but more into the playful theme. Sint and Piet as a kind of frame for your lesson.

Assignments 9-11 year olds

Week 9 9-11 Start the brakes and.. Sinterklaas week of course
Time order variation training form
1

Repeat last week

pawn track.

On a closed piece of ice.

2 Around the pawn lane 5 times per assignment.
  • Glide between pawns ⇒ balancing on the roof.
  • Practicing extra skills with a pete jacket
For a little pawn job.
  • Every variance again 5 rounds
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
  • move between the children. Preferably the way they do it.
  • Skate with them, stimulate and feel when enough is enough.
3

This repetition may come back.

In a row on the side of the track practice switching in rhythm.

Left-right-under-over. Always in the same continuous rhythm without hitches.

  • Move sideways as a whole group.
  • Also turn right (and change)
  • Again like the Snolleblekes
  • On the outside of your pawn lane.
  • Everyone has enough space, so wide across the track.
4 A big lap with a change of rhythm in the corner. If things go well, switch more often (keeps rhythm)
  • In the bend: left, right, under and over it.
  • Keep the rhythm. No delays.
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

  • Let the good skaters do an extra round.
Short break. Repeat names again, get to know the children.
5 A stand up/sit command.

All Pete skills

  • You the first assignment
  • Who can stand the longest: standing on one leg,
  • Something about lying down, rolling over.
  • Who can get their bottom closest to the ice without falling?
  • Who can lay their hands flat on the ice without falling.
  • etc.
On a closed piece of ice.
6 Round the pawn track 5x.

At the start and end of the pawn track, brake, switch sideways and skate away as fast/hard as possible.

  • 5 x round with brakes. Sideways the other way around. Step, step, step and away
  • Think of something yourself with switching and driving off.
For a long pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
7 Sprint relay with package Starting from a standing position behind a line at your starting mark.
  • Two groups against each other, back and forth and around the waiting children and then hand the package over to the next.
  • Keep safe, take a lot of space.
8 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

9 Closing packs robbery game (pawns) play on closed piece. Preferably the 30/60 track.
  • Equal number of pawns on both sides of the field. You may always pick up 1 pawn on the other side and place it on your own side. After 1 minute stop and count where most packages are.
  • Closed piece of ice
  • Safety before everything.
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information