*a cute one is to have them dribble in space, and when you call out a part of the body they are to put that part on the ball. Start with bottom of foot, go to knee, elbow, etc. end with ear, nose, eye, etc. It's fun and it teaches them to keep the ball close.
*Have them all line up opposite a partner a few yards away. Put a line of cones in the middle. They have to kick the cones down. Don't put them too far from the cones as they can't kick very hard.
*divide the group into 3 groups. Have 2 groups stand a few yards apart with a ball b/n two. The 3rd group stand at one end with out a ball. The runners are to try to run to the other end without the others hitting them with the ball. You can have them all run together or one at a time.
*What's the time mr fox?, stress little kicks otherwise it won't work
*stuck in the mud tag. All dribble in a space, 2 are taggers. If a player is tagged, they stand with their legs apart and ball raised over head. To get freed, another has to kick the ball through their legs
*the key thing at this age is to keep all of them active and participating as much as possible. You don't want to play elimination games or have them in lines doing drills too much
let me know if you need more - I have more!