Here's something you can do to help work on your hitters becoming better at attacking the block rather than just trying to hit around it.
This game pits the OH and OPP hitters against each other in a kill challenge to work on being able to score against full-team defense.
Here's a small-sided volleyball game you can play when you don't have a net. Potentially good for warm-ups, try-outs, or when you have large numbers of players.
This bonus point oriented game is good for focusing on key developmental areas with lots of potential for varying the complexity and challenge level.
This volleyball game is a variation in Winners (a.k.a. King/Queen/Monarch of the Court) which reduces time between rallies to maximize contacts.
This Winners variation is a rotational game which can be a good playing warm-up and/or a way to get a large number of players playing for assessment, etc.
Volleyball camps have their own demands and challenges when it comes to game and drills selection. Here are some things to think about when planning your camp.
Could limiting your players to only two contacts in small-sided volleyball games encourage them to be smarter and more creative players in matches?