Now we’re going to teach you an offense cheer.
Offense means in football that your team has the ball. It means you really want them to
get that touchdown to get the score up, so that’s when you do an offense cheer. We’re
going to teach you one right now. The words go offense, Indians, offense, touch-down now.
Okay. Those are the words, and now we’ll teach you the motions. On offense, you’re going
to right up to that broken T that we taught you and go on your toes. That’s offense. On
Indians, you’re going to swing your arms like a circle, clap them right in front of you
like this, keep your legs together. So we just did, offense, Indians. On offense, you’re
going to take your right arm, swing it right behind you, and you’re going to do a pivot.
We’ll show you that one more time. Offense, Indians, offense. On the 2 pause that we have,
you’re going to clap twice. Pause, pause, then we’re going to go touchdown on touchdown.
You’re going to step like this. This is called the nine. You have one arm right in that and
the other arm comes right here. Touch on down. You’re going to pick up your right foot. Make
your left hand on your hip. Your right arm comes out to that T that we had right like
that. Now, you’re going to step down and switch those arms. Your left arm now comes out and
your right arm hits right there. Are you ready to do all the motions together? Let’s do it.
Here we go. Offense, Indians, offense, touchdown now, offense, Indians, offense, touchdown
now, offense, Indians, offense, touchdown now, last time, offense, Indians, offense,
touchdown now. Great job. Once again, you probably noticed that I said the last time
after we did the motions twice. Okay, that was our offense cheer.