week 11

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
  10. Timing and attitude
  11. Frequency and balance (from 7-8 especially in the bend).

 

The5-6 

Week 11 5-6 Frequency and Balance
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 something about Christmas plans or something.

Then get up again, sit, skate and brakes.

    • Repeat brakes again
    • Sit, lie, roll and get up again
  • Head shoulder knee and toe.
pawn track.

On a closed piece of ice.

2 Rounds (5x) around the pawn track.
  • slide between the pawns on two legs
  • with your hands between your knees
  • with your butt on the ice
  • like an airplane with arms wide.
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 (Christmas) song. Try to skate in time.
  • Alternate with different tempos in the lead.
  • Try especially high frequencies of singing and moving.
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 Rounds (5x) around the pawn track.
  • Speed up, then slide where your feet have to touch each other
  • Your feet like each other and want to kiss (against each other).
  • Often works better with hands between the 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.
6 Possibly a large round with always short pieces of skating.
  • Vary the frequency of movement.
    • Very quick
    • Very slow
  • 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.

Make another obstacle course like for Sinterklaas. Now as a fire brigade / police officer through it.

For a little pawn job.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
8 End with a game.

E.g. same game as with Pete but now the big bear who guards the pawns.
(preferably with 2 groups together).

1 Instructor has to guard the pawns and falls asleep. The children have to steal the presents and bring them to the other instructor. When the bear 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 Frequency and balance (from 7-8 especially in the bend).

 

Week 11 7-8 From frequency and rhythm to balance/stability bend
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 down together again, you get on your knees and ask something about the Christmas holidays, for example.
    • Repeat brakes again
    • Sit, lie, roll and get up again
  • A who can……
  • on one leg as long as possible.
    • skating on his heels
    • etc.
pawn track.

On a closed piece of ice.

2 Rounds (5x) around the pawn track.
  • slide between the pawns on two legs (narrow lane of 3 x 2 pawns)
  • with your hands between your knees
  • with your butt on the ice
  • like an airplane with arms wide.
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

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Round the pawn track 5x.
  • Slalom around pawns with your feet next to each other
  • Try making the shoes kiss each other.
  • with your hands between your knees
  • with your butt on the ice
  • like an airplane with arms wide.
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 Possibly a large round with always short pieces of skating.
  • Vary the frequency of movement.
    • Very quick
    • Very slow
  • 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.
Short break.
5 Practice transitioning in rhythm on the spot.

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

  • Move sideways as a whole group.
  • Also turn right (and change)
On a closed piece of ice.
6 Round the pawn track 5x with transfers to the left and to the right. Always 5 x round
  • in rhythm from frequency and rhythm to balance/stability bend left-right-under-over.
  • While you stay small.
  • With hands at the outside of the knees.
For a long pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
7 Possibly a large round with always short pieces of skating.
  • On the straight end li-re-under and over in high rhythm.
  • Change several times in a row in the bend.
  • 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.
8 Game For example, two tag.
  • They have to adapt direction (eg switching) and frequency to each other
Keep it safe.
  • Play short, keep it fun. Then it will be fun again next week
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information

 

9-11

Week 11 9-11 From frequency and rhythm to balance/stability bend
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 down together again, you get on your knees and ask something about the Christmas holidays, for example.
    • Repeat brakes again
    • Sit, lie, roll and get up again
  • A who can……
  • on one leg as long as possible.
    • skating on his heels
    • etc.
pawn track.

On a closed piece of ice.

2 Rounds (5x) around the pawn track.
  • slide between the pawns on two legs (narrow lane of 3 x 2 pawns)
  • with your hands between your knees
  • with your butt on the ice
  • like an airplane with arms wide.
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

l

Round the pawn track 5x.
  • Slalom around pawns with your feet next to each other
  • Try making the shoes kiss each other.
  • with your hands between your knees
  • with your butt on the ice
  • like an airplane with arms wide.
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 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.
5 Practice transitioning in rhythm on the spot.

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

  • Move sideways as a whole group.
  • Also turn right (and change)
On a closed piece of ice.
6 Round the pawn track 5x with transfers to the left and to the right. Always 5 x round
  • in rhythm from frequency and rhythm to balance/stability bend left-right-under-over.
  • While you stay small.
  • With hands at the outside of the knees.
For a long pawn track.
  • What do you do when you fall
  • you can catch up
7 A big round with as many changes as possible in the bend
  • Have them count and ask how many times they have switched. More is better. (By switching quickly, they better put their skates under them).
Start with 1 round/2 turns.
If possible, 2 laps/4 turns is even better.
8 Game For example, two tag.
  • They have to adapt direction (eg switching) and frequency to each other
Keep it safe.
  • Play short, keep it fun. Then it will be fun again next week
Back to the parents in time and chat / give information