Niya, Zander and the rest of the kitchen mice teach your students soccer skills and strategies in this adorable tale of cat and mouse. Practice dribbling, trapping, changing direction, and passing skills by taking your students through cereal soccer tryouts. Introduce basic offense and defense by playing cereal soccer the game complete with mouse hole goals, colorful cereal and angry cats.
The teacher resource includes one fictional story, five lesson plans and rubrics.
Take your students through cereal soccer tryouts and teach them the dribbling, passing, trapping and changing directions skills they will need to get the cereal back to their mouse hole.
Weave in and out of the kitchen obstacles and pass the cereal into the mouse hole. Perfect lesson for assessment.
Introduce basic offense and defense by adding a cat. Students practice controlling the cereal while fleeing a cat.
Add speed and competition by playing cereal soccer without defense as students compete to see which mouse hole can collect the most cereal.
Put all the skills together in cereal soccer the culminating activity with offense, defense and scoring.
Teacher Resource in Ebook in PDF Format
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