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The number one reason kids play sports is to have fun. Tennis sized right for age and level provides constant action to keep your child engaged. Create a court with chalk lines and a piece of string as a net to play these fun and easy games!

                         

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Keep a ball balanced on your racquet strings, walk 20 feet, touch the ground with the opposite hand and return to the starting point without dropping the ball.

                     

With the palm facing down, try tapping the ball 10 times in a row, waist high. Switch- with the palm pointing up, bump the ball up in the air 10 times without missing, eye high.

 
                                                     
                                                     
                         

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Standing 6 feet apart, successfully pass a ball (or bean bag) in the air to a partner, using a racquet to lift and catch the ball. Repeat 6 times with partner.

                     

Standing 10 feet apart, drop-hit 10 forehands to a partner. The partner should be able to catch the ball to count as a point. 

 
                         

 

 

 

 

 

                         

 

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