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As you plan your season, consider ways to provide your players with experiences that lead them to steadily improve these skills. What Makes Up a Good Practice?  And see to it that players master basic skills before moving on to more advanced ones.  To add more variety to your practices, vary the order of the activities. In general, we recommend that in each of your practices you do the following: Warm up. Practice previously taught skills. Teach and practice new skills. Practice under competitive conditions.

Praise and encourage players when you notice improvement, and offer individual assistance to those who need help.  Refer to those pages if you have any questions about teaching new skills or if you want to evaluate your teaching approach periodically during the season.  Youngsters also seem to have more fun in competitive activities.  However, consider the following guidelines before introducing competition into your practices: • All players should have an equal opportunity to participate. • Match players by ability and physical maturity.

And see to it that players master basic skills before moving on to more advanced ones.  To add more variety to your practices, vary the order of the activities. In general, we recommend that in each of your practices you do the following: Warm up. Practice previously taught skills. Teach and practice new skills. Practice under competitive conditions. Cool down. Evaluate.  Because rink time is limited, have your players stretch off surface so you can maximize the time on the surface for teaching drills and game conditions.

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