Sno-King Ice Arena's offers a wide variety of skating programs for all ages and ability levels. Our group lessons are structured to teach beginning skaters through more advanced skaters. Group instruction includes a thirty-minute class, thirty minute practice the same day, class certificate and achievement badge. All classes are taught in a 7-week period.
Learn to Skate classes are offered at both locations for more information go to www.Snokingkirkland.com or www.SnoKingRenton.com depending on your location preference.
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Does your child have an interest in hockey? We offer a hockey learn to skate class for the first time skater.
Our Learn To Play programs are all about learning the skills of a great sport in a fun and challenging environment. Players learn the fundamental skills of how to skate, handle a puck with a stick, and many other valuable life skills
HOCKEY 1 - LEARN TO SKATE
Ages: Youth 4 to 9 years
Prerequisite: N/A (new skaters welcome)
Series Length: 6 Week Series one class a week (may join at any time if space is available)
Program Details: The focus and goal of Hockey 1 is to teach beginner ice skaters the fundamentals of ice skating. It’s important for these players to become comfortable on the ice, learn the basic hockey stance, stride, knee bend, use of edges and how to hold a stick before moving onto Hockey 2 – Learn to Play. Proper skating techniques are the primary focus of the levels. Skaters will learn the necessary ice skating fundamentals to be successful in Hockey 2 - Learn to Play.
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HOCKEY 2 - LEARN TO PLAY
Ages: Youth 5 to 9 years
Prerequisite: Hockey 1 or basic skating ability
Series Length: 16 Week Series, 1 classes a week (may join at any time) - 10 weeks of practice, and 6 weeks of games
Program Details: Hockey 2 is for players who have basic skating skills and are ready for more hockey. Players are in full hockey gear for this class. Hockey 2 consists of small groups of players on the ice with similar skill levels. Hockey 2 follows the American Development Model guidelines which promote high activity through fun, station based practices and games. Teams are formed during the last 6 weeks of the series for cross ice games.