Lessons for Ice Skating

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  • Following Instructions to Assemble a Model - … appearance of their ice skates. Day 2 * Distribute the instructions for assembling the ice skates. * Distribute the materials needed for making the ice skates. * Have students to follow the instructions to create the ice skates. Conclusions: Evaluation … ? a. They hold the ice skates together. b. They represent the blades on the ice skates. c. They give the ice skates a pretty silver bottom …
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  • Putting the Ice in Hockey - … to maintaining fast ice.) How does the ice differ for hockey and figure skating? (For hockey, the temperature of the ice is kept at … to further explore topics related to ice and the science of hockey. The Physics of Ice Skating uses ice skating to explore several basic principles … other websites related to physics and ice skating. Ask Mr. Science addresses the interesting question, "Why is ice slippery?" Students can read and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Up to Our Nose in Snow - … Observe frost development Record oral observations Observe melting snow and ice Compare and contrast the melting process Measure with non-standard … draws a sled or if the student said ice skating, the teacher draws an ice skate, etc. 4. The students will know or understand … you seen my sled and skates, sled and skates, sled and skates? Have you seen my sled and skates? Wintertime is here. Have you …
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  • Getting Physical: The Physics and Other Science Behind Winter Olympic Sports - … ? Might knowledge of the physics behind a snowboarding trick, an ice skating jump, or a downhill ski run help you become a … Times video "In the Action: Figure Skating" "Aerial Skiing: Aerial Physics" and "Figuring Out Figure Skating" from NBC Learn: Science of the … from the University of Montana-Bozeman on the science of ice skating. To broaden the lesson to other sports and additional physics … learn how the different types of ice are made and maintained for events like figure skating, hockey, luge and curling. Standards | From …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Winter Lake Skating - … going to pretend to be ice skating on a frozen lake. Direct them to put on their "skates" (paper plates) and place a … arm with the same leg as they glide on the ice. Ice skating music will play and when the music stops the students … , forward slow. While skating, the students need to watch out for other skaters and the rough spots on the ice (poly spots … "rough spots?" Which direction did you find the easiest to skate? Which was the most difficult? Adaptations for Students with Disabilities …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K-2
  • 2010 Winter Olympics Teaching and Learning Extravaganza - … Olympics teaching and learning activities. See our new suggestions on ice skating scoring (math section), minority Olympians (social studies), analysis of winners … , curling, figure skating, freestyle skiing, ice hockey, luge, Nordic combined, short track speed skating, skeleton, ski jumping, snowboarding and speed skating. Be sure to … your report. Watch the "Inside the Action" videos on figure skating, snowboard halfpipe, aerial skiing, luge, and Alpine skiing, then make …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Let's Go Skating - … of Activity: To introduce young children to the movements of skating and spacial awareness while doing so. Suggested Grade Level: PRE … and ice skating is always on the list. I give each student 2 juggling scarves (one for each foot). These are their ice skates … . I demonstrate how to slide on the floor just like skating on ice. I demonstrate how not to lift the foot to … great choices) the students begin to skate all over the gym. Once they are comfortable skating you can add variations like these …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K-2
  • Ice Skating - … are the basic skills of ice skating Subject: P.E. & Health Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Title - Ice Skating By - Hannah Powell Primary Subject - Health / Physical Education Grade Level - Basic Basic skills curriculum Basic 1 Sit on ice and stand up Moving forward (basic skating) March, then glide on two feet Two …
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  • Ice Skating in the Classroom! - … > Children "skate" to the meter of waltz music in this cold weather idea Subjects: Music, Science Grade: K Title - Ice Skating in the … about how water freezes, and the rules of NOT skating on ice unless it is safe and they are with an adult … pretend to skate on the pretend ice. Some plates may crack a little, but tell them to go ahead and skate and do … the students to choose a partner. They hold hands and skate together. Conclusion: YES! I KNOW there will be many shoes …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Ice Skating in the Classroom! - Title - Ice Skating in the Classroom! By - Patricia Taylor Primary Subject - Music Secondary … about how water freezes, and the rules of NOT skating on ice unless it is safe and they are with an adult … pretend to skate on the pretend ice. Some plates may crack a little, but tell them to go ahead and skate and do … the students to choose a partner. They hold hands and skate together. Conclusion: YES! I KNOW there will be many shoes …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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