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WINTER GAMES PATCH PROGRAM

Complete ONE requirement to earn this patch
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Winter Games Kit (pencil, patch, pencil, game, red Chinese envelope and activity sheets)

You can earn this patch by watching the Winter Games on TV, reading articles, viewing information on websites or attending a simulated version of the winter games.

1. Learn more about the winter games and where they are located in 2022. Identify the country flag.
2. Skiing: Learn more about one of the following skiing sports: Alpine skiing, Cross Country skiing, freestyle skiing, or ski jumping. Watch the sport on TV or in person, watch a video, read an article, learn more about a famous person that participates in this sport, learn about ski safety, try out one of the sports OR make a poster or craft related to the sport.
3. Ice Skating: Learn more about the sport of ice skating. Watch a movie or TV show with ice skating, attend a show on ice, learn more about a famous person that participates in this sport, watch a figure, go ice skating, OR watch a skating competition on TV or video.
4. Snowboarding: This sport was inspired by skateboarding, sledding, surfing, and skiing. It was developed in the USA in 1960 and became a winter game in 1998. Watch the sport on TV or in a video, learn more about a famous person that participates in this sport, or try out snowboarding, OR attend an event that has snowboarding to view or participate.
5. Curling: This sport is very common in Canada and Scotland but is played by many other countries. The players need to slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area. Points are scored for the stones that landed nearest to the center circle. Watch the sport on TV or a video, learn more about a famous person that participates in this sport, or try out the sport by making a simulated curling game. Example: Create a board on a slick large plastic lid, draw a target at one end and try to slide pennies to the target end.
6. Sleighs: Learn more about one of the following sports: Bobsleigh, Luge, or Skeleton. Watch the sport on TV or a video, learn more about a famous person that participates in this sport, or try out the sport by sledding or snowtubing.
7. Ice Hockey: This is a sport played on ice that skaters use sticks to push a hockey puck into the net to score points. Watch the sport on TV or in person, learn more about a famous person that participates in this sport, OR create a pennant, t-shirt, accessory, or banner that represents the team you like best.
8. Participant in a short workout routine, dance class OR sport of your choice. Make sure you warm up and cool down before and after exercising, drinking water before and after exercising, and use the proper equipment.
9. Each team or country has a different uniform that they wear when they are competing in the winter games. Choose one of the following: Learn more about a uniform from a country, such as colors or designs OR design your own uniform if you were in winter games.
10. Choose a recipe from the country that is hosting the winter games to try or celebrate a festival from that country. Suggestions: Zapekanka, potato pancakes, kulich sweet bread, or have a Zakuski, and assortment of cold and hot appetizers to share with everyone.
11. Play a game that helps you learn more about the winter games. Examples include a word search, sport matching cards, guess the winter game, or play charades and act out a sport OR word affiliated with the winter games.
12. Create a craft that represents the winter games. Examples include: hair wreath, medal, decorate a t-shirt, create a paper flag, OR make a craft from the country that is hosting the games.
13. Create your own winter games with your group or attend an event with a winter game theme. Examples include: charades, curling, parachute, games that symbolize the activities during winter games , team games, or other similar games.
14. Collect games for the less fortunate and donate them. Games can be card games, strategic games , or board games.
15. Create or enjoy foods are served in the winter. You can also have a pot luck party, candyland night, or winter wonderland event. Examples include: hot cocoa or cider, cupcakes with wintery decorations, warm cookies, comfort food like mac and cheese, OR anything that makes you feel warm inside.
16. Create a valentine or holiday card for someone. Suggestions are: Valentines for Veterans, Holiday Cards for the Soldiers, or reaching out to the elderly.
17. Choose an athlete that is from your Thinking Day country, continent, or USA. What sport do they represent? Did they win?


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