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1 After school intramural For grades 3-5 Includes PowerPoint and on the field training explaining rules and positions Click to Continue

2 After reviewing the PowerPoint and taking part in on the field training, students will be able to identify the proper rules of how to play flag football with an accuracy of 80%. Skip to Quiz

3 Given the pictures and information, students will be able to identify each position on the field and will know the main purpose of each position with an accuracy of 80%. Skip to Quiz

4 Choose a topic to learn about Skip to Quiz Flag Football rulesFlag Football Positions

5 Skip to Quiz

6 In flag football, players are not wearing pads so there is a unique set of rules that must be followed. Lets Review these rules before taking a brief quiz! Skip to Quiz

7 4 downs to get a 1 st down of 10 yards. Field Goal = 3 points Extra point = 1 point Safety = 2 points Touchdown = 6 points 2 point conversions take place from the 5 yard line following a touchdown. Skip to Quiz

8 Kickoffs take place from the 35 yard line. Team has option to punt or go for it on 4 th down. No tackling, throwing down, or tripping opponents (Must pull the opponents flag off to get them down). Passes must be behind the line of scrimmage. Laterals can only go backwards. Skip to Quiz

9 1. Failure to learn or abide by rules will costs your team points and yards. 2. Serious violations could lead to the player getting ejected. 3. Understanding the rules will allow players to better understand and enjoy the game. Skip to Quiz

10 Now that you have learned the rules to flag football, please choose your next step. Skip to Quiz View Previous SectionView Next Section

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12 Flag football allows for 11 offensive and 11 defensive players to be on the field at one time. Offensive positions consists of a quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and linemen. Defensive typically contains defensive backs, line backers, and linemen. Any player is allowed to kick, hold, or punt the ball. Skip to Quiz

13 Even though the original diagram shows a fullback, this is the primary way we will line up. Skip to Quiz O-Linemen XXXXXXXXX Receivers Receivers X X QbRB

14 The picture below demonstrates the primary positions for the defense. It should be noted that the defense should adjust to whatever formation is being used by the offense. O SafetiesO Linebackers O (Corner)O O O ( Corner) O O O O O ( D-Linemen) Skip to Quiz

15 Quarterbacks, Running Backs, and Receivers are all allowed to run, pass, or catch the ball. However, it is important to know the primary purpose of each position. Skip to Quiz

16 QB: Call the play, take the snap, pass, run, or hand of the ball. RB: Run and catch the ball or block for the QB. WR: Run routes and catch passes. O-line: Only allowed to block. D-Line: Rush the Quarterback and stop the run. Linebackers: Cover passes, blitz QB, and Stop RB. Defensive Backs: Cover WRs, preventing them from catching the ball. Skip to Quiz

17 Now that you know the primary way to line up and the main job of each position, you should now be able to apply it on the field. Skip to Quiz Flag Football Rules Take the Quiz Flag Football Positions

18 Please click the correct answer for the following 6 questions. Good Luck (Begin)

19 1.How many points is a safety worth? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3

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21 That answer is incorrect! Please read carefully and try again. Return to Question

22 2. How many downs or chances does the offense get to earn a 1 st down? a. 1 b. 2 c. 4

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24 That answer is incorrect! Please read carefully and try again. Return to Question

25 3. How is a player legally considered to be down? a. By tackling the opponent b. Pulling the opponents flag off c. Tripping the opponent

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28 4. A pass from any eligible player must take place from where? a. Behind the line of scrimmage b. In front of the line of scrimmage c. Only on even yard marks

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31 5. What is the primary job of a Wide Receiver? a. Throw the ball b. Run routes and catch passes c. Block the defensive lineman

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33 That answer is incorrect! Please read carefully and try again. Return to question

34 6. What is the only thing that the offensive linemen are allowed to do? a. Run routes b. Block c. Throw passes

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37 You have officially competed the flag football quiz! Sources wan/youthsports.aspx wan/youthsports.aspx ball_rules ball_rules


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