Enhance students’ STEM skills with our STEM hockey activities
Students will have the advantage and can enforce their newfound skills when they face-off with STEM Hockey. They’ll reach all of their academic goals using our top-shelf supplemental curriculum…and there’s nothing unsportsmanlike about it!
Module 1 – The Puck & Stick
Module 2 – The Net
Module 3 – Playing on Ice
Module 4 – Ice Time
Module 5 – Puck Precision
Module 6 – Shooting Forces in Hockey
Module 7 – Skating in the Zone
Module 8 – Advancements in Hockey
Each STEM Hockey kit comes with One (1) STEM Hockey Supplemental Curriculum Manual, Five (5) Floor Hockey Sticks right-hand), One (1) Floor Hockey Stick (left-hand), One (1) Floor Hockey Goalie Stick, Six (6) Floor Hockey Pucks, One (1) Ice Hockey Puck, One(1) Ice Hockey Puck cut in half, One (1) Radar Gun, Four-Hundred Seventy Five (475) Rubber Bands, One(1) Ball of String, One-Thousand (1,000) Craft Sticks, Twenty-Four (24) Disc Cones, Six (6) 25-foot Tape Measures, Six (6) Digital Stopwatches, One (1) Fishing Line Spool, Six (6) Ribbon Spools, and One (1) Masking Tape Roll.
No experience or previous knowledge of golf is required to teach this curriculum. Our STEM Sports hockey manual includes all of the necessary information about the sport and the science behind it to properly implement the curriculum.
Each manual contains content for a minimum of 16 hours of instruction that includes healthy, physical activity. All of the supplies in the kit are non-perishable and are designed to last for several years. Some supplied items may need to be replaced over time.
Yes, hockey lessons are designed for use in both indoor and outdoor settings. However, an outdoor environment (i.e. grass field, black top, etc.) is recommended for ease of implementation.
STEM Hockey includes activities and lessons surrounding fundamental areas on the playing surface/ice, the game’s history, physical properties of ice, and much more.
Yes, digital resources are available for all of our STEM Sports kits by visiting the digital tools link found in your curriculum manual.
Each curriculum has eight lessons aligned with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and/or Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and/or National Standards for K-12 Physical Education.