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Hockey is an international passion! Draw an action shot to show your favorite moves and players.
Until the 1960s, ice hockey was primarily a Canadian pastime. When hockey started being shown on TV, many people had never seen the sport that relies on cold weather and ice to be played. Now, it's one of the most exciting winter sports with ice hockey teams in many countries.
Pick a professional team. Who are the stars? What makes them Hockey Heroes? They are certainly brave to play a sport that is so fast paced, and physical. Why do you think people get so excited about hockey games?
Watch a hockey game on TV or in an arena. Follow how the game is played. See how the players move and skate. Watch how deftly they use their sticks to move a puck over the ice.
On white paper, draw your hockey heroes in action with Crayola® Colored Pencils. Include their uniforms, skates, masks, sticks, and the puck.
In the background, you might show a goalie in action, a cheering crowd, or players in the penalty box, too.
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Getting along with each other is one of the most important aspects of life. This thought-provoking and enjoyable project
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