HHOF Education Program
Hockey Hall of Fame Education Program
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Hockey Hall of Fame Education Program

Let the passion for Hockey ignite the passion for learning!

"CROSBY SCORES! Sidney Crosby! The Golden Goal! And Canada has a once-in-a-lifetime Olympic Gold!"

These words were spoken by play-by-play announcer Chris Cuthbert to more than 22 million Canadians during the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. It's estimated that over 80% of our population watched some part of this epic moment in Canadian history, demonstrating how the nation was unified by hockey.

The Hockey Hall of Fame wants your students to celebrate unity and patriotism through the history of Canada's game. Discover how hockey can be used as a tool to captivate students through the Hockey Hall of Fame Education Program. Available in three levels: Junior, Intermediate, and Senior, the Hockey Hall of Fame Education Program is created by teachers, for teachers.

Each program features Pre-visit, Hall visit and Post-visit activities that cover a variety of subjects including History, Geography, English, Math, Business, and Physical Education. All materials can be printed for classroom use and are free to download.

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This program was designed to assist you in planning a trip with your class to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The program consists of three sections: Pre-Visit Activities, Hall Visit Activities, and Post-Visit Activities. These activities cover a broad range of curriculum subjects such as Math, Social Studies, Language, and the Arts.


INTRODUCTION
Pre-Visit Activities
Hall-Visit Activities
Post-Visit Activities


The goal of the intermediate program is to provide an arena in which students can utilize critical thinking skills and experience hands-on interactive opportunities that will assure a successful and worthwhile trip. The program covers a variety of subject areas including Language, Math, History, Geography, and features the Great Moments Scavenger Hunt.

INTRODUCTION
Great Moments Scavenger Hunt
Geography
History
Language
Math
Web Based Questions


Similar to the intermediate and junior programs, the Senior program includes a series of activities created by teachers based on the Ontario curriculum and ministry guidelines. The program also covers a variety of subject areas including History, English, Phy Ed, Geography, Business, and Math.

INTRODUCTION
Great Moments Scavenger Hunt
Business
English
Geography
History
Math
Phys. Ed
Web Based Questions


ANSWERS CAN BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST BY CONTACTING THE
GROUP SALES DEPARTMENT AT (416) 933-8292 OR Groups@hhof.com


All programs above are in PDF format. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, click here to download a free copy. If you have any questions about any of the Education Programs, please click here or contact the Group Sales Department at (416) 933-8292. Helpful links:
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