Information for Teachers

ALL AGES, ALL SKILL LEVELS

Speedminton® gets everyone off the sidelines and into active play – ANYTIME, ANYWHERE!

BONUS: Free Lesson Plan with every Super 16 Set or Super 8 Set purchased.

Why Speedminton® ...
• Minutes to set up
• 5 minutes to learn
• No net or formal court needed!
• EVERYONE can play!
• Delivers fundamental movement patterns as part of a
complete physical literacy program

More Reasons Why

Play indoors or outdoors - in winds up to 17 mph.
Fun and effective way to improve physical conditioning.
Highly motivational - great confidence builder.
Great beginner sport - easily acquired skills.
Challenging strategy for experienced players.
Different Speeders® for different levels of play.
Easy-to-follow rules.
Durable, high quality equipment.
Lesson Plans that meet or can be adapted to all provincial curriculum requirements.

Combining the best of tennis, badminton and racquetball/squash, speed badminton is the perfect activity for institutional use with kids. No net is necessary, and you can play a variety of games without a formal court. This 'addictively fun' game can be played indoors and outdoors, in any wide open space, from an indoor or outdoor court, to sport field, to hard top. Simply mark off a court with markers or chalk. Played anywhere, competitively or for recreation, Speedminton® offers easy access for beginners with many training possibilities and a variety of exercises and fun games. The durable Speed Racquets are short and light, which makes them easy to handle. The birds or shuttles, called Speeders® allow wide hits with less power. All this makes it a highly motivational game that improves both conditioning and coordination skills. Above all it provides active fun for every age and skill level. See what other teachers say about Speedminton®

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“Look Mommy I am really good at this, this is fun….I can do it….I can hit the birdy”. (Quotes from his mom, who adds) …overall he was really proud of this accomplishment. He just had so much fun!” — Harrison, age 5, by email