Children's Ringette Coaching Resources

Coaching small-area games is not much different than coaching a traditional game and players will quickly adjust.

Here are some tricks to help you prepare:

  • Use small-area games in practice. Don’t wait for a tournament.
  • Start with simple rules that reinforce skill development and promote inclusiveness, then build on them. For example, every player must touch the ring, then make three passes before taking a shot.
  • Get quickly into action and then provide feedback.
  • Keep it fun and be creative.

Practice planning

Divide the ice into two, three, four or more sections. Dedicate some sections to skills and others to small-area game. Choose game rules that reinforce the skills that you are teaching during the practice.

Assessment Tools

FUNdamentals Team Roster Form

This document is used for games and Jamborees to record the names of participants on each team for registration purposes.

FUNdamentals Game Sheet Form

This document is used for games and Jamborees to record the names of the participants and important game information.

Jamboree Guidelines and Technical Package

Children’s Ringette FAQ




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