Winter brings some fun sports and events around the world. Here are some winter sports videos that are teacher-approved. They have great moments that will show your students the events and inspire them to do their best!
Why teacher approved? Well, we know that finding videos ahead of your lessons is time-consuming and we know doing it with your students in front of you is not the best idea. While previewing videos for this list we ran across statues unclothed talking about the history of the winter sports and some questionable language (and much of this is filmed live). But don’t worry – these are all content appropriate for kindergarten, preschool, and first grades!
Three entertaining children share their understanding of the common winter sports events with some of Canada’s top athletes. It is quite funny and very informative. This video will for sure spark the interest with winter sports.
This beautiful video shows how the flame has evolved over the past 8 decades. Even though your students will likely not recognize ANY of these famous athletes, I am sure they will be amazed at the presentation of each torch lighting and will leaving them asking many questions about the torch. So be ready.
Benni Fridgjornsson is a talented 10-year-old snowboarder. Your students will enjoy watching this young man shows off some amazing tricks while snowboarding.
Watch Ted speed down the hill and win! You can’t help but get excited as the crowd cheers!
Watch these skiers soar through the air during ski jumping!
Are you ready to learn more about winter sports? We have an easy reader see that is perfect to give just the basics of many sports you will see. Students will love coloring the pictures and parents will love reading it together at home. Click here to check it out.
Watch these two speed skaters race around the track!
This video shows how the American Luge Team that trains all summer long in a facility in Lake Placid, New York.
Skeleton skiing has skiers running, jumping on a sled, and racing down a hill head first! You will not only see lots races, but also learn a little about how it works.
This beautiful performance by Yuna Kim, a silver medalist from Korea, will inspire your students to lace up a pair of ice skates and hit the ice, even if they have never been on the ice before.
Are you ready to learn more about winter sports? Our Winter Sports Easy Readers come with several sports that have super simple sentences about the sport. Click here to check it out.
Race down the hill in this fast moving bobsled. And then watch the replay to see what they say they did well.
How fun is curling! Have you students watch this cool sport. It’s definitely something they may not have seen before! The best part is the TEAMWORK and ENCOURAGEMENT!
This will FOR SURE be a favorite! Watch this freestyle skier jump, flip, and eventually win! The crowd is contagious!
There you have it. What is your favorite winter sport?