Equipment and Setup:
- To start the game, pick two teams and they line up facing each other along the line at each end of the gym.
- Each team should wear a vest to identity which team they are on.
- Line up so that each team has about the same number of players and they are evenly spaced out. Note: If you don’t have written numbers on the floor, you can use polyspots
- Put a container in front of each end wall (A large trash barrel works fine). I usually put it on a gym mat, so players aren’t able to roll right next to the goal.
- Two or three players from each team go to the middle on scooters. Note: The players who remain in line do not have scooters.
- The games starts by the teacher giving a ball to the last player on one of the teams. Player pass the ball down from one player to another until it reaches the side of the gym where their basket is.
- After everyone in the class has had a turn on the scooters, you can change the number of players. Adding one player after each round to a maximum of five works well.
- Players on scooters who are in the defensive position may only put their hands straight up into the air (not reach for the ball).
- If after two to three minutes there is no winner, the teacher can can count backwards from ten to one for an exciting finishl
- If a player handling the ball falls off of the scooter, the ball goes to the other team.
- The scooter players may not dribble, only pass or score.
- Sideline players are important in this game. They cannot score, but contribute to the game by passing the ball. Remind the players that the ball is impossible to intercept if it is passed down their own line.
- Players on scooters will need to be reminded to pass to their teammates on the sides.
- You may keep score … and/or THE MOST FUN WINS!