Cub Scout Sports: Tennis
Boy Scouts of America, Dec 1, 1985 - Scouts and scouting - 48 pages
Discusses skills, rules, and sportsmanship of tennis, including how to earn a Cub Scout physical fitness pin.
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activity area adult teammate Alley Rally backhand grip backhand volleys ball bounce ball into play balloon baseline beanbag beginners blacktop area body boys bumps catch catchers contact point Contact the ball Date Points TPD dominant hand dominant shoulder Dribble Drop-Hit-Catch dropping the ball feet floor or ground foam ball follow-through foot forehand and backhand forehand grip forehand stroke forehand volley groundstrokes handball help Cub Scouts hit the ball Hitters hold the racket Instructors leader move nondominant hand open formation Pairs Partner Bump-ups Pass the Ball PERFORMANCE GOALS play tennis practice PROGRESSION ACTIVITIES progression of activities racket back Racket handling racket head racket or paddle racket strings ready position Relay RELAY RACES result of participating Scouts will learn server service court service line shake-hands grip shot Simon Says skills Sports pin swing switch Take turns tennis ball Tennis Play Day Toss-Hit-Catch tossers wall or fence