Re: Coaching T-Ball
The main point is not to have too many kids standing in line for anything very long. You probably have 12 or 13 kids on your team, right? Get 4 or 5 other dads/moms and set up five or six of the following stations: fielding grounders, fielding flies (short popups really), throwing (throwing arm straight back, pull glove hand to chest), getting the ball out of their glove with a four-seam grip (very important for accurate throws), batting, catching thrown balls (someone has to play 1B, it's the most important position in t-ball), baserunning, and sliding. Use big pieces of cardboard for the sliding drill. Rotate these drills for a while, then have a scrimmage. Whichever drills you don't use one practice, use the next.