The gap between when kids arrive and the start of the session is an ideal opportunity to set the scene and build momentum for your session

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When planning for the kids’ arrival, design activities that:

  1. Will occupy as little as one child and up to a sizeable group of kids.
  2. Ideally don’t require any additional set-up and may even use the same space and equipment as the formal warm up game or activity.
  3. Kids can walk straight into as they arrive at different times.
  4. Transition seamlessly into the start of the session.

https://coachingyoungathletes.com/2020/03/16/how-to-use-arrival-activities-to-energise-your-coaching-sessions

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