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Sixth graders explore Olympic figure skating. They watch videos of figure skaters and discuss the history of Olympic figure skating. They discuss the skills involved and try "performing" some of the various jumps a figure skater performs.
For this ice skate worksheet, students color a picture of an ice skate and trace and write the words "Ice Skate". Students color, trace, and write the words 1 time each.
In this reading about ice skating worksheet, students read an informational selection, label a drawing with bold print words in context, match words with their clues, and make a chart of the types of figure skating moves and judging categories. Students write eight short answers.
Learn about the center of mass and projectiles by examining the movement of Olympic figure skaters! Physics and skating fans will be delighted as they watch super athletes perform unbelievable feats. Arrows and text appear to highlight direction and velocity, a narrative voice explains the concepts, and upbeat skating music plays in the background of this top-notch video. Use it when you are teaching mechanics to beginning physicists, or simply show it in any physics class to inspire the class to learn more and to demonstrate how this branch of science applies to sports.
In this Winter Olympics worksheet, learners complete a word search puzzle with a figure skating theme, where they find 20 figure skating words.
In this word search worksheet, students find the words about figure skating spins that are listed in the word search grid. Students may use the word bank for help.
In this word search worksheet, students find the words about figure skating listed in the word search grid. Students may use the word bank for help.
For this artistic worksheet, students study and determine the most efficient route to get through an ice skating maze. Students share their routes with their classmates.
A very interesting demonstration on angular momentum and velocity. If you've ever wondered why ice skaters are able to spin so quickly during their routines, this video explains it in scientific terms. By bringing one's arms in to the chest, the angular momentum is changed in a way that makes the velocity increase. Very good, and it'll make you dizzy just watching it.
A very interesting demonstration on angular momentum and velocity. If you've ever wondered why ice skaters are able to spin so quickly during their routines, this video explains it in scientific terms. By bringing one's arms in to the chest, the angular momentum is changed in a way that makes the velocity increase. Very good, and it'll make you dizzy just watching it.
In this letter I, handwriting worksheet, students trace and print both capital and lowercase I, 8 times each. Students also trace and print the word ice skates. A computer animation that shows students how to print the letters is provided.
In this word recognition worksheet, students trace the words "I love to skate!", write the words independently, and color the picture of girl ice skating.
Young scholars pretend to be ice skating on a frozen lake. The teacher is able to demonstrate proper skating technique using paper plates, bean bags and ice skating music. The students "ice skate" while the music plays, however, when the music stops, young scholars must freeze trying to keep the bean bags on their heads.
Students perform the skills needed while participating in several different winter Olympic game stations. They recognize the different winter Olympic game stations through individual trials.
Students explore tough questions in a fishbowl discussion about the economic and social barriers to playing certain sports. They synthesize their knowledge by writing dialogues illustrating some of the barriers some famous athletes might have faced.
In this boy scout merit badge:  skating activity, 8th graders research the topic using the websites listed, then answer 5 detailed questions about safety, first aid, rules, equipment, then choose either ice, roller or in-line skating and perform specific actions.
In this ELL vocabulary acquisition instructional activity, students read the paragraph about an ice-skating club. Students think about the meanings of the words in bold type and then use the phrases from the box to answer the questions.
Examine the weather of the four seasons, look at seasonal activities, and tell which months are part of each season with this lesson. Your class will play a game, sing a song, and write additional stanzas to seasonal poetry.
Students construct a "A Year in Pennsylvania" poster on which they creatively describe at least three examples of how the climate they live in shapes their lives during every season of the year.
In this counting money learning exercise, students study the costs for the bicycle, helmet, knee pads, skateboard, and ice skates. Students then solve the word problems using the table.

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