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12U (Grade 5/6) Grassroots Session Plans - Spring 2019

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12U (Grade 5/6) Grassroots Session Plans - Fall 2018

Attacking Sessions
Building Up in Own Half (1)

Building Up in Own Half (2)

Building up in the Opponents Half (1)

Building up in the Opponents Half (2)

Scoring Goals (1)Scoring Goals (2)

Defending Sessions

Preventing Build Up in Opponents Half (1)Preventing Build Up in Opponents Half (2)
Preventing Build Up in Own Half (1)Preventing Build Up in Own Half (2)
Preventing Goals (1)Preventing Goals (2)


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12U (Grade 5/6) Grassroots Session Plans - Spring 2018

 

Attacking Sessions
Building Up in Own Half (1)

Building Up in Own Half (2)

Building up in the Opponents Half (1)

Building up in the Opponents Half (2)

Scoring Goals (1)Scoring Goals (2)

Defending Sessions

Preventing Build Up in Opponents Half (1)Preventing Build Up in Opponents Half (2)
Preventing Build Up in Own Half (1)Preventing Build Up in Own Half (2)
Preventing Goals (1)Preventing Goals (2)


12U (Grade 5/6) Grassroots Session Plans - Fall 2017

Building up in the Defensive HalfBuilding up in the Defensive Half
Building up in the Attacking HalfBuilding up in the Attacking Half
Scoring Goals from Central AreasScoring Goals from Wide Areas
Disrupting Build up in the Attacking HalfDisrupting Build up in the Defensive Half
Prevent Scoring from Central AreasPrevent Scoring from Wide Areas


In order to make practices run smoothly and be fun, it is important for us to have a basic understanding of the intellectual, emotional and physical developmental stage of the players we are coaching. Here are some typical characteristics of the Under 12 player:

  • All children are maturing at different rates and are sensitive to that fact.
  • Need to warm-up and stretch as muscle pulls and other nagging injuries tend to become more common.
  • Typically understand elemental abstract concepts and hypothetical situations.
  • They like to solve problems.
  • Peer evaluation is a constant.
  • Egos are sensitive.
  • Coordination may depend on whether or not they are in a growth spurt.
  • Technique still needs to be reinforced constantly.
  • Playing too much can lead to overuse injuries.
  • Playing too much and not feeling like they have a choice in the matter can lead to burnout and drop-out.
  • This is the dawn of tactics!
  • Keep asking the players to be creative and to take risks.
  • Ask for feedback from them. They will tell you how things are going.
  • Try to hand over leadership and ownership of the team to them. They will enjoy leading and it will add to the learning environment.
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