Badminton

Badminton

Badminton is a Net/Wall Game. In this type of game, participants will learn about and practise sending an object towards a court or target area that their opponent is defending.

The activities identified below are the most applicable PlaySport activities in relation to supporting the development of skills and strategies needed for this sport. Expand your search.

Squish

Participants learn about and practise sending and receiving a ball off a wall to attempt to score a point in their opponent’s court.

Switcheroo

Participants learn about and practise working together to send and receive a ball over a net to create a rally.

Twos

Participants learn about and practise working in a group to send and receive an object over a net to score the most number of points while staying within a designated area.

Serve It Up

Participants learn about and practise sending a ball over a net into a target.

Sitting Volleyball Mini Courts

Participants learn about and practise working together with another group to sustain a rally by sending and receiving a ball over a net.

Foot Strike

Participants learn about and practise sending a ball over a net and into open space. Participants also learn about and practise receiving a ball over a net before it lands on the ground.

One Bounce

Participants learn about and practise sending and receiving a ball with a partner to create a rally.

Wall Ball

Participants learn about and practise sending/receiving a ball to/from a wall with a partner to complete a rally.

Clear and Tip Rally

Participants learn about and practise sending and receiving a shuttlecock over a net while working together as a group.

Up, Up, and Away

Participants learn about and practise working in a group to sustain a rally by sending and receiving an object.

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Can’t Touch This

Territory

Participants learn about and practise working as a group to send and receive an object, while preventing an opponent from intercepting a pass.

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