There are a few drills that any young child can do to improve their soccer skills. One of the most important things for a soccer player is to be able to control the ball. A great drill to work on this is called the "pass and move" drill. The player starts with the ball at their feet and passes it a few yards to their partner. They then move quickly to where the ball was passed and receive it back from their partner. They continue this pattern, moving around the field and passing the ball back and forth.
Another important soccer skill is shooting. A simple drill to work on this is called the "target shooting" drill. The player starts with the ball at their feet and kicks it toward a target (like a trash can or a cone). They try to make as many shots as possible in a row, counting how many they make in a row.
These are just a few of the many drills that can help younger player improve their soccer skills. With a little practice, your child will be dribbling and shooting like a pro in no time!