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When you see a soccer ball, jump and hit it in the air with your head.
When you see a goalie, kick the soccer ball around the defender into the goal to score for your team..
When you see a player throwing the ball in, stop it with your foot and dribble down the soccer field.
When you see an opponent coming towards you, get in your defensive position and make an attempt to gain possession of the ball for your team.
Great Job! Now we’re going to perform similar soccer skills in another drill. We will simulate the soccer player’s moves on each slide to follow.
EXCELLENT! See you on the soccer fields soon.
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