Cerebral Palsy Sport (CPS) has produced Boccia Games Resource – which will allow anyone delivering the sport with access to a range of alternate games.
Boccia Games Resource provides a number of beginner, intermediate and advanced games that can be played using boccia equipment.
The purpose is to provide games which can be used alongside training, or as an addition to physical activity.
The resource includes 22 session plans, ranging from easy to hard levels.
All games have been taken from mainstream sports such as football, cricket and tennis and have names such as battleships and noughts and crosses.
A CPS statement reads: “It is an ideal tool for teachers, coaches, parents, youth leaders, physiotherapists, children and young people."
Boccia is a disability sport which tests muscle control and accuracy.
Players propel balls to land close to a target ball.
The sport has been a feature of the Paralympics since 1984.