Soccer and Scouting Program Helps Soccer and Scouting Program Helps PDF
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Soccer and Scouting Program Helps Soccer and Scouting Program Helps PDF

Soccer and Scouting Program Helps complete plans for midweek practices, weekend practices, and games bear Season drills games activities songs crafts ceremonies.

Contents Introduction...2 Meeting Plans...20 Appendix: Games for Soccer Skills Clinics Printing BEAR 1.

Introduction Your Guide to a Successful Soccer and Scouting Program...3 Help Us Make It Better...3 Program Details... The Season Schedule... Jump-Start...5 The 10-Week Soccer and Scouting Season...8 Fútbolito Tournament...9 Graduation Ceremony...10 Organizational Details...11 Organizing Your Team...11 Equipment...11 When You Get to the Field...11 Scrimmage Games...13 Organizing Teams...13 Scrimmage Game Notes...1 Soccer and Scouting Scrimmage Game Rules...1 Refereeing Games...15 Coaches Notes...16 The Qualities of Good Coaches...16 Coach s Checklist...16 Fluid Replenishment...18 Maximizing Relationships With Parents...18 Final Comments BEAR.

Your Guide to a Successful Soccer and Scouting Program Welcome to the adventure of Soccer and Scouting.

This book will give you the drills, games, activities, songs, crafts, and ceremonies you ll need to complete the Soccer and Scouting program.

Our materials are in both English and Spanish. We encourage you to visit our Web site for more details.

We d like to take this opportunity to thank you for bringing this program to life.

Vale la Pena, as we say in Scouting It s worth the effort.

We thank you for volunteering and appreciate your contributions and commitment to Soccer and Scouting.

Let the games begin! The Soccer and Scouting Team Help Us Make It Better Do you have any ideas to share that would improve the Soccer and Scouting program?

Send your ideas to the Soccer and Scouting task force.

Next year you just might see your suggestions in print!

Soccer and Scouting Boy Scouts of America 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane P.O. Box Irving, TX Phone: Fax: BEAR 3.

Program Details There are four distinct parts of the Soccer and Scouting program: The Jump-Start event The 10-week Soccer and Scouting season The Fútbolito Tournament The Graduation Ceremony The Season Schedule Jump-Start, midweek meetings and practices, weekend practices and games, family-time activities, the Fútbolito Tournament, and the graduation ceremony following this schedule over the 12 weeks of the program: Week No.

Midweek Practice Weekend Practice and Game Family Time Activity Other Week 1 Jump-Start Week 2 X Week 3 X X X Week X X X Week 5 X X X Week 6 X X X Week 7 X X X Week 8 X X X Week 9 X X X Week 10 X X X Week 11 X X X Week 12 X X Fútbolito Tournament and Graduation Ceremony BEAR.

Jump-Start Description Jump-Start is an action-packed, fun-filled event for the entire family that serves as the season kick-off event for each Soccer and Scouting season.

Times Four start times are offered based on grade level of participants: First graders 8:00 a.m. 9:5 a.m.

Components Jump-Start may consist of the following elements: Registration tables/tents Opening ceremony Parent greeting and orientation Soccer skill stations Scouting activity stations Closing ceremony Soccer and Scouting Village Information tables/tents Second graders Third graders Fourth and fifth graders 10:00 a.m. 11:5 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:5 p.m. 3:00 p.m. :5 p.m. Field Set-Up Set up the field according to the station map provided below.

Note: Stations 5 through 12 are activity stations.

The activities begin and end on the sounding of a horn.

One minute is allotted for movement between stations. Parking Lot BEAR 5.

Station 1 Registration Tables Set up a minimum of two tables with at least two people manning each table.

Have blank registration documents available for walk-up registrants.

Ensure that all participants have completed a registration form and have paid.

Check off the attendance master list. Station 2 Organization of Groups and Opening Ceremony (5 Minutes) (Note: This is held at the same time as the Parent Welcome and Introduction.) Organize the boys into their dens/teams. Line up each group behind their coach.

Groups should have been organized before the Jump-Start.

For the opening activity, have the boys face the flag and, following the Cubmaster, say the Pledge of Allegiance.

Show the boys the Cub Scout salute. I pledge allegiance to the flag Of the United State of America And to the republic for which it stands, One nation under God, indivisible, With liberty and justice for all.

Welcome them all to Soccer and Scouting and let them know that today is about giving them a taste of what Soccer and Scouting is all about.

Have the coaches lead them to their first activity stations. Send team 1 first, followed by team 2, etc.

The coaches should also direct them to subsequent activity stations.

Station 3 Parent Welcome and Introduction (5 Minutes) (Note: This is held at the same time as the Opening Ceremony.) The weekend practice/game schedule (dates/ times/locations) The Fútbolito Tournament format The graduation ceremony format The functions of coaches, parents, and volunteers Let them know that each child s coach/den leader will be contacting the parents this week to give them more information about the Soccer and Scouting program.

Then move on to explain the format of Jump-Start. Encourage them to watch from the bleachers or to join in any station activities with their children.

Let them know that they are free to visit any of the vendor tables and tents at any time.

Station Soccer and Scouting Village An area set aside for Soccer Celebration elements, Dribble, Pass and Score skills competition, autograph tents, and tables for the BSA local council, local area sponsors, and food-service vendors. Station 5 Scouting Activity (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts make self-portraits.

Give each boy a crayon and a paper bag large enough to go over his head.

Boys put the bags over their heads and then, following the den leader s directions and by tracing on the bag, they draw their eyes, ears, and eyebrows onto the bag.

When each artist finishes and takes off his bag, he will have a self-portrait. Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play Blue and Gold Pass.

Divide boys into two teams. Boys stand in a line, holding the hands of teammates on either side.

Place a pile of clothespins at one end of the line and an empty bag at the other end of the line.

On signal, the first boy on each team picks up a clothespin from his pile.

Boys must pass the clothespins down the line without letting go of hands. The last boy drops the pin into the empty bag.

If a clothespin drops to the ground, players must pick it up without letting go of hands. Meet and greet parents. Give them the Soccer and Scouting parent letter. (See soccerandscouting.org/resources.) Talk them through it. Briefly explain: The midweek meeting/practice schedule (dates/ times/locations) 6 BEAR.

Station 6 Soccer Skills Clinic (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts play Tag and Dribble.

(See the Tiger Cubs appendix.) Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play Four P s (Passing for Position, Possession, & Penetration).

(See the Bear Cub Scout appendix). Station 7 Soccer Skills Clinic (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts play Simon Does.

(See the Tiger Cubs appendix.) Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play All-Star Day.

(See the Tiger Cubs appendix.) Station 8 Soccer Skills Clinic (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts play Triplets.

(See the Tiger Cubs appendix.) Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play Circle & Pass (See the Wolf Cub Scout appendix.) Station 9 Scouting Activity (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts play the Do This and Add Something game. Cub Scouts form a circle.

The leader begins by turning to the person on the right and says, Do this and add something else.

The leader then does a simple action such as clapping hands, bowing head, or touching nose.

The second person repeats the action and adds a new action.

The third copies the first two and adds something. Continue around the circle.

Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play the Whose Hat Is This? game. People in your neighborhood wear lots of different hats.

Cub Scouts make paper hats. (See illustration in Bear Cub Scout Program Helps, Week 9; tape flaps so the hat stays together.) Provide markers for each boy to decorate his hat to represent someone in your community.

Decorations might indicate someone s profession, hobbies, or other individual characteristics.

When complete, each boy guesses whose hat is symbolized by each boy s creation.

A game of charades could also be included in this guessing game. Station 10 Fútbolito Activity(10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs play vs. Wolf Cub Scouts play 5 vs. 5 Bear Cub Scouts play 6 vs. 6 Webelos Scouts play 7 vs. 7 Note: See Scrimmage Games on page 13 for set-up of area and game rules.

Station 11 Soccer Skills Clinic (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts play Clones.

(See the Wolf Cub Scout appendix.) Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play Mojo.

(See the Wolf Cub Scout appendix.) Station 12 Soccer Skills Clinic (10 Minutes) Tiger Cubs and Wolf Cub Scouts play Soda Fountain.

(See the Wolf Cub Scout appendix.) Bear Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts play Ball Tag. (See the Tiger Cubs appendix.) Station 13 Closing Ceremony (5 Minutes) Bring all of the boys and their parents together.

Talk to the boys about the Core Value of Health and Fitness, which means being personally committed to keeping minds and bodies clean and fit.

Let them know that they re free to visit the Soccer and Scouting Village.

(This may include a soccer celebration theme park, the Dribble, Pass and Score competition, the autograph tent, and various concessions).

Thank them for coming to Jump-Start and tell them that you re looking forward to seeing them next week.

Let them know that there are information tables and staff available to them as they leave the field if they d like to ask questions or get more information.

Station 1 Information Table Set up a minimum of two tables with at least one person at each table.

Answer any questions parents have that were not addressed during the closing ceremony. BEAR 7

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