Children's Ringette Programs
FUNdamentals ringette programs are offered by Lower Mainland Ringette League under directives from Ringette BC.
...is for children who are new to ringette or skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic skills, this group plays cross-ice.
...is for children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills, this group plays Mini Ringette.
U10 league play is organized by the LMRL. Member associations run the programs.
...is for children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more challenging play, this group plays full sized ringette.
Children's Ringette Toolkit
At Ringette BC, we want to ensure that we are providing our Children’s Ringette coaches with all of the tools and resources they need to feel confident in their abilities to support their ringette participants in their development.
The Children’s Ringette Toolkit has been developed with FUN1, FUN2 and U10 Coaches in mind. The purpose of this toolkit is to support coaches in the Children’s Ringette Program in planning their season, designing practice plans, and understanding their role as a coach in this instrumental age division.
In the Children’s Ringette Toolkit, you will find
- Program Plans – helping you determine what to teach and when
- Practice Plan Templates – helping you determine how much time to spend on different types of activities
- Practice Plan Examples
- Activity Templates
- Group Management and Inclusion Tips
- Links to other relevant resources
- and more!
The Children's Ringette Toolkit has been attached to this email. You will find it, and other Children's Ringette resources at the link below.
Lower Mainland Ringette League is a registered non-profit society that administers and organizes league competition between ringette teams in the geographic zone commonly known as the Lower Mainland of the province of British Columbia.
LMRL promotes the development of the sport within it's member communities.