Here is a volleyball game which focuses on scoring points in a row, but with the ability to incorporate additional points of focus through the use of bonus pts.
This game features a set-up and scoring system which focuses a great deal on serve receive passing (and serving), but within a full game-play structure.
The Second Chance game is a great way to allow players to work on problem points and achieve successful reps in a game-play situation.
By changing the scoring system to make a game more competitive, I once discovered a way I could work on more aggressive play with my teams.
This is a volleyball game which focuses on serve receive and free ball offense while encouraging an aggressive mentality on both offense and defensive sides.
Used properly, bonus points can be a great developmental tool for getting your team and players focused on your areas of priority in a game-play environment.
This is a back row volleyball game which combines cooperative control elements with competitive ones while working on both back court attack and defense.
In volleyball training, small-sided games are great for increasing touches and very flexible for working on specific needs while keeping things game oriented.