Fun Hockey Activities for Kids

Do you kids love hockey? Are they on the edge of their seats, cheering loudly, and begging to stay up until the end of the game?

If so, they’ll love this fun collection of hockey activities with everything from crafts, games, and learning activities.

These ideas make great boredom busters. Save these ideas for those days when you’re stuck inside because of bad weather.

Grab a few supplies, gather the fan club, and get ready to have some fun!

Are your kids crazy about hockey? Here are some great hockey activities that will get them moving, learning, and creating.

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Hockey Games:

Play Tabletop Hockey. Find out how to make this simple tabletop game at Little Bins for Little Hands.

Play Marshmallow Hockey. Your kids will love this fun boredom buster from Lovely Commotion. You’ll love how easy it is to set it up.

CD Air Hockey. Finally, something fun to do with all your old cd’s! Set up this fun game from Busy Toddler to keep you little toddler busy.

Create a Mini Hockey Rink. You can use this tiny ice rink from Playtivities for all sorts of fun games.

Play Balloon Hockey. This game from Creative Connections for Kids is a fun thing to play when the kids are stuck inside.

Play Pompom Hockey. This game from Learning 4 Kids is a great way to get your kids moving inside.

Hockey Science Projects:

Do Hockey Science. Find out what will slide the best on ice and expore friction with our hockey science project here.

Table Hockey With Eggs. Experiment with friction with this fun STEM activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect.

Hockey Crafts:

Make a Cardboard Hockey Stick. Use recycled cardboard and a few other simple supplies to make our fun Cardboard Hockey Stick craft.

Make a Tabletop Hockey Rink. Your kids will have fun making and playing with this fun hockey rink from Handmade Charlotte.

Make Mini Hockey Sticks. Today’s Parent shows you how to take simple craft sticks and turn them into mini hockey sticks.

Hockey Learning Activities:

Gross Motor Phonics Hockey Game. Learn with movement with this fun driveway hockey game from Learn Play Imagine.

Print out the Hockey Printable Pack. Every Star is Different has created a fun printable pack for tots and preschoolers. Plus, she shows you so many fun ways to use them.

Play Name Hockey. Help you kids learn their name (or work on the alphabet) with this fun indoor hockey game from How Wee Learn.

Learn and have fun with Color Ice Hockey. This fun game from Teach Preschool is a great way to help your kids learn their colors.

Play Number Hockey. Learn your numbers with this fun set-up from Toddler Approved. SCORE!

Are you as in love with all these hockey activities for kids as I am? I’m not sure which ones I love the best.

Which of these hockey activities for kids are you going to try?

Are your kids crazy about hockey? Here are some great hockey activities that will get them moving, learning, and creating.

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Hockey resources I love:

In addition to these fun hockey activities, you little hockey fans would have fun with one of these great toys:

Are you looking for more kids activities?

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I’d love for you to join me! Just click the link below, request to join, and answer the questions (they’re easy, I promise). Come join the fun! Join the Creative Family Fun for Busy Families community here.

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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