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Coaching is much harder than it looks. Here are some help articles and videos to help make you a better leader.

RULES, REGULATIONS, AND POLICIES
Each year, Little League® provides its constituent leagues with current Little League rules, regulations, and policies that outline and define the operation of the program. It is important for all Little League volunteers and parents to be familiar with the most up-to-date version of Little League’s Official Regulations, Playing Rules, and Operating Policies. These rulebooks, published for all divisions of Little League Baseball®Little League Softball®, and the Little League Challenger Division® provide the structure and support for local leagues and Districts to provide a meaningful Little League experience for all children in their community.

RULEBOOK APP
The Rulebook App contains the Official Regulations, Playing Rules, and Operating Policies for all divisions of Baseball, Softball, and Challenger in one easy-to-use location. The App includes all three rulebooks, exclusive rule interpretation videos, and automatic updates for future seasons after a one-time download of $1.99. Download on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

USA BASEBALL VIRTUAL COACHING CLINICS
Due to COVID-19, USA Baseball has established Online Community Clinics that will take the place of the in-person Community Clinics that are part of the USA Baseball Coaches Certification Pathway. The USA Baseball Coaches Certification pathway is open to any and all individuals who are currently coaching baseball or aspire to coach at any level of the game.

COOL, CALM, COLLECTED: HELPING PLAYERS SELF REGULATE
Do you have players who struggle with big emotions? In this training, we discuss the brain science (we promise we make it easy!) behind the emotions that children have and what adults can do to support children who are struggling to self-regulate. You will gain practical tips for helping motivate children who are feeling sluggish and calm students who are experiencing big emotions, all while learning ways you can tune into your child’s emotional needs.

APPROPRIATE ONE-ON-ONE INTERACTIONS
Little League® Baseball and Softball emphasizes that volunteers should always follow basic safety procedures to limit one-on-one interactions, including use of the “buddy system.” Little League has expanded the Child Protection Program guidance to break down what are proper one-on-one interactions and what is prohibited during one-on-one interactions.

FIRST AID KITS: AN ITEMS LIST
Bringing a first aid kit to all games and practices is an important part of implementing your league’s ASAP Safety Plan. Your league’s Safety Officer should ensure first aid kits are fully stocked throughout the season. Keep a list of supplies in your first aid kit, so it can be replenished as needed. If managers or coaches use any first aid supplies, they should work to replace them through your league’s appropriate purchasing process before the team meets again.

TEE BALL QUICK START GUIDE
The Little League® Tee Ball Quick Start Guide provides league officials with checklists for recruiting new players, holding a successful registration, maximizing the player/coach experience during the season, and gathering postseason feedback.

AREN'T THE HANDS PART OF THE BAT?
we will explain and outline an umpire’s ruling when a batter swings and is hit on the hands by a pitched ball. The situation described below is applicable in all divisions of Little League Baseball® and Little League Softball.

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