Skileikanlegg – Arena built for childrens activities on one pair of skies

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- To get as many children and young people to be physically active in winter - To get as many children and young people to be physically active in winter
-- increased recruitment to the ski sport+<br>- increased recruitment to the ski sport
-- more and more competitive skiers+<br>- more and more competitive skiers
* Characteristics of 'Skileik': * Characteristics of 'Skileik':
- Ski games are effective learning. - Ski games are effective learning.
-- Is exciting and challenging motion paradise, which encourages repeated attempts. Such repetition is what more than a thousand words, improves balance and thus the foundation skill.+<br>- Is exciting and challenging motion paradise, which encourages repeated attempts. Such repetition is what more than a thousand words, improves balance and thus the foundation skill.
- The terrain takes over the teacher's role. - The terrain takes over the teacher's role.
- The tension is the driving force of all the children playing and learning. - The tension is the driving force of all the children playing and learning.

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Overall Focus

  • The initial point of the Norwegian Ski Federation (NSF) is that 'Skileik' (play and fun on skiiks) is the best foundation for all learning to ski. NSF has invested much in this because we want:

- To get as many children and young people to be physically active in winter
- increased recruitment to the ski sport
- more and more competitive skiers

  • Characteristics of 'Skileik':

- Ski games are effective learning.
- Is exciting and challenging motion paradise, which encourages repeated attempts. Such repetition is what more than a thousand words, improves balance and thus the foundation skill. - The terrain takes over the teacher's role. - The tension is the driving force of all the children playing and learning. - Children find ski challenges that lie on the right limit. Children should choose what they want to do and how hard it will be, no one pushes them.

Target Group

  • Children, youth and interested people who would liike to build a 'Skileik' arena.

Support/Partners

  • Norwegian Ski Federation


Contact Information

Helen Ingebretsen
Head of the department for education and childrens activity of the Norwegian Ski Federation
helen@skiforbundet.no [1]

Link

www.skiforbundet.no [2]


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