Gag's provided a good video of Kirk Walker's above. It's a basic 4-square drill for forehand shovels and backhand feeds, but the caveat is that there's not much footwork or follow-through momentum included with that particular example. So, it's a semi-static drill.
Those are fine when needed to teach new skills, but be careful that they're not full replacements for dynamic movement skills.
Any and all of the Ripken brother's videos on YouTube that you think would apply to your daughter's skill level.