This is a fun and easy way to teach children what traveling is and how to avoid doing it.
You cannot dribble the ball in this game! The player who receives a pass can take two steps and then has to pass the ball to someone else. As soon as the player receives a pass, he/she is requires to count out loud the steps he/she takes. If the player exceeds the two steps, the coach stops the game and this player is replaced by someone on the bench (if there are any).
6 to 10 (2 teams)
This exercise is sometimes difficult to 'get going'. Try and start it at a slow pace so that younger players can understand fully the point of this drill.
Passing and not to travel
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.