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  • 1. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.10.Lay-up Travelling Goal tending Jump ballAlley oop Rebound DribbleFree throw Double dribble Airball©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 2. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. An illegal dribble in basketball (the player uses both hands to dribble or the player starts to dribble a second time after coming to a stop) A. Alley oop B. Double dribble C. Goal tending D. Free throw 2. A shot that missed the rim, net and backboard A. Dribble B. Travelling C. Alley oop D. Airball 3. A violation by a player with the ball who moves both feet without dribbling A. Free throw B. Travelling C. Jump ball D. Alley oop 4. Controlling the basketball by bouncing it with either hand A. Rebound B. Lay-up C. Dribble D. Airball 5. An official tosses the ball up between two players who jump in an effort to tap it to a teammate A. Jump ball B. Travelling C. Free throw D. Double dribble 6. Touching the ball when a shot is descending towards the basket or is directly above the basket A. Travelling B. Lay-up C. Rebound D. Goal tending 7. The act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot A. Rebound B. Alley oop C. Jump ball D. Travelling 8. An unhindered basketball shot from the foul line; given to penalize the other team for committing a foul A. Free throw B. Double dribble C. Airball D. Alley oop 9. A basketball shot made with one hand from a position under or beside the basket (and usually banked off the backboard) A. Airball B. Lay-up C. Dribble D. Alley oop 10. A play in which one player throws the ball into the vicinity of the rim and a jumping team-mate catches it and scores a basket in one motion A. Travelling B. Double dribble C. Alley oop D. Lay-up©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 3. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9ACROSS DOWN3. An unhindered basketball shot from the 1. Touching the ball when a shot is descending foul line; given to penalize the other team for towards the basket or is directly above the committing a foul basket5. A shot that missed the rim, net and backboard 2. A violation by a player with the ball who moves7. A basketball shot made with one hand from a both feet without dribbling position under or beside the basket (and 4. The act of securing possession of the usually banked off the backboard) rebounding basketball after a missed shot8. An illegal dribble in basketball (the player uses 5. A play in which one player throws the ball into both hands to dribble or the player starts to the vicinity of the rim and a jumping team-mate dribble a second time after coming to a stop) catches it and scores a basket in one motion9. An official tosses the ball up between two 6. Controlling the basketball by bouncing it with players who jump in an effort to tap it to a either hand teammate©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 4. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. A play in which one player throws the ball into the vicinity of the rim and a jumping team-mate catches it and scores a basket in one motion 2. Controlling the basketball by bouncing it with either hand 3. An unhindered basketball shot from the foul line; given to penalize the other team for committing a foul 4. A basketball shot made with one hand from a position under or beside the basket (and usually banked off the backboard) 5. An official tosses the ball up between two players who jump in an effort to tap it to a teammate 6. Touching the ball when a shot is descending towards the basket or is directly above the basket 7. A violation by a player with the ball who moves both feet without dribbling 8. The act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot 9. A shot that missed the rim, net and backboard10. An illegal dribble in basketball (the player uses both hands to dribble or the player starts to dribble a second time after coming to a stop)Jump ball Airball Rebound TravellingGoal tending Dribble Double dribbleLay-up Alley oop Free throw©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 5. Name:Date:Complete the activity. J N Q V G S C Q D C D Z J K G T J R E B O U N D R X U R R R K C I D Z O V I R E D E Y W I Q K L F L I R U E E N J L Q M P B H O O B G B A F C D R S N Q A L B C O K W L F Y R E C T U L E G Q L C Q P O Q M Z E X L T H R D Y E E Z Y R U V G L E N O B M E H U M X T L U R C O U T A D O U B L E D R I B B L E A F H I B J E C T E A V N V J A G L K R R B H U W M V C L N H D L R T O O B I Z S M E A A K Q B B L H E A W A B E Y L P Y I Q B O X E R N V D L A H L L U B Y T V O N Y Q D V G L T I X P C L A K O M F O N I K O L N O G O B H R L S W L O Q N S H G E V O X Y R N N L V G P L GDribble Alley oop Jump ballDouble dribble Free throw Goal tendingLay-up AirballTravelling Rebound©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 6. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.10.Dribble Take a dive Hand ball TackleGoalkeeper Header GoalCorner kick Offside Penalty kick©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 7. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. A violation where a player is closer to the other teams goal line than any defenders except the goalkeeper when receiving a pass A. Hand ball B. Offside C. Goal D. Goalkeeper 2. To move the ball along the field with the feet while maintaining possession A. Tackle B. Take a dive C. Goalkeeper D. Dribble 3. A score made by getting the ball into the goal A. Penalty kick B. Goal C. Offside D. Header 4. To fake an illegal tackle in an attempt to gain a free kick from the referee A. Corner kick B. Hand ball C. Tackle D. Take a dive 5. The only player who is allowed to handle the ball within the penalty area, whose special duty is to prevent the ball from going into the goal A. Goalkeeper B. Dribble C. Goal D. Hand ball 6. A kick from the corner of the field to team-mates lined up in front of the goal, awarded to the attacking team when the ball goes over the goal line outside the goal posts and the defending team touched it last. A. Goalkeeper B. Header C. Offside D. Corner kick 7. Hitting the ball with your head A. Header B. Goal C. Take a dive D. Corner kick 8. A free kick directly from the penalty spot in front of the goal with only the goalkeeper defending A. Tackle B. Goal C. Hand ball D. Penalty kick 9. A violation where a player other than the goalkeeper touches the ball with the hands during play or the goalkeeper handles the ball outside the penalty area A. Penalty kick B. Hand ball C. Dribble D. Goalkeeper 10. To try to take possession of the ball from another player A. Tackle B. Offside C. Take a dive D. Goalkeeper©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 8. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10ACROSS DOWN1. A score made by getting the ball into the goal 2. A violation where a player is closer to the other6. The only player who is allowed to handle the teams goal line than any defenders except the ball within the penalty area, whose special duty goalkeeper when receiving a pass is to prevent the ball from going into the goal 3. A kick from the corner of the field to team-7. To move the ball along the field with the feet mates lined up in front of the goal, awarded to while maintaining possession the attacking team when the ball goes over the goal line outside the goal posts and the8. Hitting the ball with your head defending team touched it last.9. To try to take possession of the ball from 4. A violation where a player other than the another player goalkeeper touches the ball with the hands10. A free kick directly from the penalty spot in during play or the goalkeeper handles the ball front of the goal with only the goalkeeper outside the penalty area defending 5. To fake an illegal tackle in an attempt to gain a free kick from the referee©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 9. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. The only player who is allowed to handle the ball within the penalty area, whose special duty is to prevent the ball from going into the goal 2. A score made by getting the ball into the goal 3. To fake an illegal tackle in an attempt to gain a free kick from the referee 4. To move the ball along the field with the feet while maintaining possession 5. Hitting the ball with your head 6. A kick from the corner of the field to team-mates lined up in front of the goal, awarded to the attacking team when the ball goes over the goal line outside the goal posts and the defending team touched it last. 7. A free kick directly from the penalty spot in front of the goal with only the goalkeeper defending 8. A violation where a player other than the goalkeeper touches the ball with the hands during play or the goalkeeper handles the ball outside the penalty area 9. To try to take possession of the ball from another player10. A violation where a player is closer to the other teams goal line than any defenders except the goalkeeper when receiving a passTackle Hand ball OffsideGoal Goalkeeper HeaderCorner kick Take a divePenalty kick Dribble©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 10. Name:Date:Complete the activity. T E Z F K M R N O X T H K D B R T R V I C E Z F R A D A V E F L S F D G A D S J X V V B H O Z Q T C D B R V W C B A F E U A W Q P B H T C J I O W O J G A E S S O H T G L N C S B Z K R H Z C T K L P A E O A Q X A B G L N H Y V I I Z K J F A T W S F L G M E H F U S Y E J F J D D F Z F E O R R R P R T A J S T B V T E G M W A E K Q H H D R I A B G Z C O R L K L Y I K L I Z D C K M U J A J K Y G Y M C Q V V E K P E N A L T Y K I C K K K E T D L R C Y X K P X H T O S Y V J H K E F E J H E P G X K C J V Z R B R C N E U R E P Z N F V C B G D A X W Y T H I P Z P G G A J K S H V O X U F A W E B F U L D D D O R D L U N B K C R J E B X H A N D B A L LTake a dive Corner kick OffsideGoalkeeper Dribble GoalHeader TacklePenalty kick Hand ball©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 11. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.10.11.Throw-off Pivot Goalkeeper Throw-inRunning shot Goal area Wing ShooterJump shot Center back Two-minute suspension©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 12. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. A shot attempted while running A. Running shot B. Throw-off C. Jump shot D. Goal area 2. The penalty for a second warning from the referee or for any severe foul or unsportsmanlike behavior A. Wing B. Two-minute suspension C. Running shot D. Shooter 3. A player centered largely around midcourt who directs the offense and shoots or tries to penetrate the defense A. Pivot B. Goalkeeper C. Center back D. Throw-in 4. A throw from the side of the court to restart play after the ball has gone over the sidelines A. Center back B. Throw-in C. Running shot D. Goalkeeper 5. The D-shaped area extending six meters from the goal and occupied only by the goalkeeper A. Shooter B. Pivot C. Running shot D. Goal area 6. A player, usually tall and a good jumper, who shoots from the backcourt A. Running shot B. Throw-in C. Goal area D. Shooter 7. A player who plays largely along the side of the court A. Wing B. Pivot C. Center back D. Shooter 8. A throw from the center line to a team-mate at least three metres away and behind the line, used to restart play A. Jump shot B. Throw-off C. Goalkeeper D. Pivot 9. The player in charge of defending the goal A. Pivot B. Throw-in C. Goalkeeper D. Jump shot 10. An offensive player who plays largely around the six-meter line A. Pivot B. Jump shot C. Two-minute suspension D. Shooter 11. A shot attempted while leaping A. Throw-in B. Wing C. Goal area D. Jump shot©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 13. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11ACROSS DOWN1. A shot attempted while running 2. The D-shaped area extending six meters from5. A player, usually tall and a good jumper, who the goal and occupied only by the goalkeeper shoots from the backcourt 3. A player centered largely around midcourt who7. A player who plays largely along the side of the directs the offense and shoots or tries to court penetrate the defense9. The penalty for a second warning from the 4. A shot attempted while leaping referee or for any severe foul or 6. A throw from the center line to a team-mate at unsportsmanlike behavior least three metres away and behind the line,10. A throw from the side of the court to restart used to restart play play after the ball has gone over the sidelines 8. An offensive player who plays largely around11. The player in charge of defending the goal the six-meter line©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 14. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. A throw from the side of the court to restart play after the ball has gone over the sidelines 2. A throw from the center line to a team-mate at least three metres away and behind the line, used to restart play 3. The player in charge of defending the goal 4. The penalty for a second warning from the referee or for any severe foul or unsportsmanlike behavior 5. The D-shaped area extending six meters from the goal and occupied only by the goalkeeper 6. A player who plays largely along the side of the court 7. A player, usually tall and a good jumper, who shoots from the backcourt 8. A shot attempted while leaping 9. A player centered largely around midcourt who directs the offense and shoots or tries to penetrate the defense10. An offensive player who plays largely around the six- meter line11. A shot attempted while runningWing Throw-in Throw-off Two-minute suspensionRunning shot Pivot Jump shot GoalkeeperShooter Goal area Center back©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 15. Name:Date:Complete the activity. J C K I Q M S H H A T Z T H R O W I N D E I J C E C B N R W O E V C P F H B G O A L K E E P E R O U Q M M T O T Z U Z V R Y C D C W C M T U K N M F V M H Y I C H P Q N E J I C D K D R L R C M Y P K T U H N W U N B B E O F E I N F X H N S C T X J M U N D P B L L T S J D M G P E D Q P P T K K W B X M D A C F M S R D U V O S E P I V O T B R S A K I B M U A T X H S U Y T G H U F H C J A Y K X T H G O U D C F C N L F O L C W I N G G R T T S H K X N H H G O K R N N L Y X O Y V P D L I A N K O T W O S L W E E W K J E B N X M R Y A E E F E M Q W E O Q W N G C W P B T L R U Q V A H L R F X L S R G W B Q A A P B L K F B D V F T H I C F G R W M R W V Y B Y M K N F O X O Q O F W J S E X O D H W S R U T H C N X G N Z A D A RJump shot Goalkeeper Pivot Throw-inCenter back Shooter Two-minute suspension Throw-offWing Goal area Running shot©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 16. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.10.Setter Attack Dig SpikeRotate Hold Attack lineSet Mintonette Block©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 17. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. To position the ball so a team-mate can attack A. Hold B. Dig C. Attack D. Set 2. The original name for volleyball A. Dig B. Hold C. Block D. Mintonette 3. To let the ball settle into the hands briefly on a shot instead of releasing it immediately A. Hold B. Rotate C. Setter D. Mintonette 4. A line three meters from the net which marks the limit for where a back-row player may advance to hit a ball from above the net A. Rotate B. Attack line C. Dig D. Setter 5. To smash the ball overarm into the opponents court A. Attack line B. Rotate C. Spike D. Set 6. To block an opposing player from spiking the ball by jumping at the net with arms in the air A. Setter B. Dig C. Attack D. Block 7. An attempt by a player to win a point by hitting the ball over the net A. Mintonette B. Attack C. Dig D. Spike 8. To move to the next position on the floor in a clockwise manner A. Attack line B. Block C. Spike D. Rotate 9. A player who excels in setting up teammates to attack A. Attack line B. Rotate C. Setter D. Spike 10. A defensive move in which both arms are placed together in an attempt to bounce a hard-hit ball up into the air A. Hold B. Attack line C. Block D. Dig©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 18. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9ACROSS DOWN3. A player who excels in setting up teammates to 1. A line three meters from the net which marks attack the limit for where a back-row player may6. A defensive move in which both arms are advance to hit a ball from above the net placed together in an attempt to bounce a hard 2. To position the ball so a team-mate can attack -hit ball up into the air 3. To smash the ball overarm into the opponents8. An attempt by a player to win a point by hitting court the ball over the net 4. To move to the next position on the floor in a9. The original name for volleyball clockwise manner 5. To block an opposing player from spiking the ball by jumping at the net with arms in the air 7. To let the ball settle into the hands briefly on a shot instead of releasing it immediately©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 19. Name:Date:Complete the activity. 1. An attempt by a player to win a point by hitting the ball over the net 2. To let the ball settle into the hands briefly on a shot instead of releasing it immediately 3. To smash the ball overarm into the opponents court 4. A player who excels in setting up teammates to attack 5. To block an opposing player from spiking the ball by jumping at the net with arms in the air 6. The original name for volleyball 7. To move to the next position on the floor in a clockwise manner 8. A line three meters from the net which marks the limit for where a back-row player may advance to hit a ball from above the net 9. A defensive move in which both arms are placed together in an attempt to bounce a hard-hit ball up into the air10. To position the ball so a team-mate can attackMintonette Set Spike DigBlock Attack line RotateSetter Attack Hold©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com
  • 20. Name:Date:Complete the activity. F W C R L E P B L O C K N A G Z U F N K A E Y D V Y F T C Y W C R W L G S M Q X H T E L B M I N T O N E T T E A J S X R S E E J K B Y E C C W Z R Y U G F O D M U R F K P G C P X P X F I D S D T L A Y D C S I D F G Z M N X I S C L E F E S B O R A E R N H J U D I C T E G F S O G E B G A U X Y H T T Q R T P T V B T Y I F S P E Q M A M C C A T L L X H P V R A T A K S R A T R U Z O I V O I E G M C C F I E D V L K J E Y Q N E K M I O Y A W D E X D B CAttack Mintonette SpikeRotate Attack line SetterSet HoldDig Block©Beverly Hernandez, licensed to About.com http://homeschooling.about.com