This is a competitive serving and passing game variation shared by Giovanni Guidetti that is team vs. team rather than servers vs. passer.
This is a series of small-sided games that is a good warm-up exercise, with the possibility to work on some defensive elements.
How can we use competitive activities (which are fun) with beginners when their developmental focus tends to argue against going that route?
This game, also known as Brazilian 2-ball, is a great warm-up that gets players moving and competing while also working on communication and strategy.
This is a 6 on 6 volleyball drill/game that you can use to keep many players active and not sitting out for long periods of time.
This fast-paced game features a lot of player movement and encourages communication and problem-solving. It's good for warm-ups or regular game play work.
A former college coach shares some good insights on working with 12-and-unders in a recent article. I just have one problem with his approach.
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.