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Junior Giants Week 5: Confidence

Week 5: Confidence

Coaches & Team Parents

At Bat

At Bat This Week

  • Collect your CONFIDENCE Word of the Week pack.

Word of the Week

Word of the Week Talk

  • Define the word CONFIDENCE: Believing in your own skills and abilities.
  • Begin a conversation about confidence by asking the players the following questions:

T-Ball (5-6 years old)
1. Have you heard the word "confidence" before? What does it mean?
2. Stand up and show us what a confident person would look like on the field.
3. When could you show confidence during one of our games or practices?

Minors (7-9 years old)
1. Do you know what the word "confidence" means?
2. How could you feel more confident about yourself?
3. What part of playing baseball/softball do you feel the most confident in (throwing, batting, infield, outfield, etc.)?

Majors (10-13 years old) & Seniors (14-18 years old)
1. When was a time that you felt really confident?
2. How does confidence help your baseball/softball performance?
3. How can we help each other feel more confident?

End of Practice

End of Practice

  • Pass out the Confidence Baseball Card to all players and remind them to enter the answer to this week's trivia question on as part of the Junior Giants Sweepstakes*!
  • Pass out the 4 Bases Laces and encourage your players to wear them for the rest of the season.

*For full rules, please visit

Items to Track

Items to Track in SIPLAY This Week:

  • Confidence Card
  • Reading rewards earned


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Parents & Players

At Bat

At Bat This Week


  • Don't forget to ✔check it off on your magnet.
  • Wear your laces in your shoes all year to remember the lessons you learned this summer.

1st Base: Confidence

  • Focus on giving 100%. Never give up!
  • Don't let the fear of mistakes stop you. Learn from them.
  • Have faith in yourself, your abilities and your team, both on and off the field.
  • Ask questions! Questions are a great way to get the information you need to be successful


On Deck

On Deck Next Week:

Challenge yourself to read to the next base in the Round the Bases Reading Program!


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