Ice Hockey Teacher Resources
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In this ice hockey worksheet, learners complete a total of 15 multiple choice questions about ice hockey. Worksheet is labeled ESL, but is not exclusive.
Fifth graders listen to a lecture on the history of ice hockey and on the Olympics Ice Hockey events. They compete in a relay race in which each team member needs to put on all the hockey equipment, pick up the stick and try to make a goal.
Eighth grade physical science classes examine why the ice on which hockey is played is slippery. They do so by discussing phases of matter and the molecular motion in each. They read an article on a website and write out answers to 10 reading comprehension questions. Although there are no hands-on science experiences as part of the lesson, associating phases to the field of ice hockey adds a practical relationship.
In this sports vocabulary learning exercise, students complete a crossword puzzle by solving the clues that describe things that are associated with ice hockey. They solve 17 clues to fill the puzzle in across and down.
In this ice hockey word puzzle worksheet, learners examine the 26 sport-related words in the word bank and locate them in the word search puzzle.
In this report planning activity, students write a report on ice hockey. Included pages are the history of hockey, hockey teams, famous athletes, and reasons why students like hockey.
Pupils play a game that's much like ice hockey, but with no ice. It's called floorball. Learn all about the game in this PowerPoint. Learn the rules, learn about the equipment, and then learn how to play the game. It looks like so much fun!
In this current events learning exercise, students analyze a political cartoon about the 2004-2005 cancelled National Hockey League season. Students then respond to 4 talking point questions.
Middle schoolers use the internet to research the rules of hockey, terms used in the game, facts on the history of hockey, and facts about five different teams.
Learners explore motor skills by participating in a drawing activity. In this hand coordination lesson plan, students utilize activity sheets in which they drag their pencil in a specific direction quickly and efficiently. Learners utilize the Internet to participate in a Mouse hockey game which utilizes their hand functionality as well.
In this story starter worksheet, students read the sentence that will begin their story about a close game in ice hockey. Students write the rest of the story on the lines.
Students experience various Winter Olympic sports in Physical Education class. In this Winter Olympics lesson, students participate in stations which represent the Olympic games. These representative stations include a biathlon, cross country skiing, speed skating, torch relay, and ski jump.
Students play a game that can be played outdoors or indoors throughout the year. They practice team work skills. Students practice good sportsmanship skills. They are shown the rules of the game. Students are explained that Broomball orignated in Canada in the early 1900's. They discuss that the game is played with the rule and strategies similar to hockey.
Students participate in games inspired by the Winter Olympics. In this Olympics appreciation instructional activity, students play games inspired by Winter Olympic sports. This instructional activity includes a guide on how to play adapted versions of skating events, bobsled events, hockey, and cross-country skiing.
Fifth graders explore the sport of curling. They play a simulated game of curling using taped-off targets on the gym floor, packing foam "ice", hockey sticks, and brooms.
Young athletes practice various locomotor movements. They use locomotor skills as directed by the teacher to move between "Olympic rings" (hula hoops). Learners participate in a discussion about Olympic events prior to playing the game.
In this hockey themed word search, students search for 20 words pertaining to hockey. There is a word bank, and the puzzle is in the shape of a hockey player.
Students practice making three hockey traps in a row. In this hockey lesson, students are split up into offensive and defensive players. Students complete three consecutive traps.
First graders investigate water properties by participating in a hands on experiment. For this ice formation lesson, 1st graders examine real ice cubes in a bowl and identify the reasons why certain cubes melt faster than others. Students discuss their hypothesis with the teacher and invent ways to prove their theories about the melting.