Colour in this picture of a hockey player! Designed for younger kids...
Hockey is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players. Players use a hockey stick and a hard ball. Hockey is the national sport of both India and Pakistan. In the US and Canada, and other regions of the world where ice hockey is a popular sport, hockey is referred to as "field hockey" to distinguish it.
The goalkeepers, who are wrapped up well to protec themselves, are the only players allowed to touch the ball with their body. Field players must learn to control the ball with their stick, shooting when they reach the shooting circle or D. The team that scores the most goals by the end of the match wins.
We have a simple hockey colouring page for younger children here, with more due soon.
Younger children can practise their letter formation by finger tracing the word "hockey" on this entry level sports handwriting worksheet.
Trace the word hockey until kids are confident enough to write it on their own. This is just one of a range of sports handwriting pages for the children to enjoy!
Here's a simple field hockey poster to print and display, use in project or perhaps cut out for sticking elsewhere.
Our useful hockey story paper is a fun incentive to write a match report - but it makes a good prompt for some creative writing, too.
Sometimes it's difficult to get ideas for writing. Use this hockey themed writing page to inspire you! It is useful for writing about the sport, penning a match report, or even for following your country's progress in the Summer Olympics...