Friday, April 25, 2008

Hockey Presentation...

Well, I uploaded some pictures from yesterday and the prep. It will be a few days before we have the Flip video up.
Mason's trifold. He still needed to glue some labels onto it.
The evolution of the goalie mask. He added a label later.
The middle of the trifold which Mason used to discuss the positions and rules (icing, offsides, etc). He and Mark drew this TO SCALE. I love my OCD boys!!!
A game he made of the hand signals.
Some dangerous facts.
Mason's 3-D product. Every project had to have a 3-D product so he came up with ideas to improve chest pads. All of the blue pieces are new padding. He hadn't glued on the neck pieces yet. Yes -- armpit padding. We found out about all sorts of injuries happening where the butt of the stick sandwiches itself between a player's armpit muscles causing holes. Ew.
Beginning his presentation. Every one needed to start and end with a "creative format," so he took in his hockey gear (minus his stick and cup!) and said how he hates carrying the heavy bag and taking 25 minutes to get suited up, so he wanted to see WHY he needed all of that padding.
Showing referee hand signals.
Waiting for the Power Point to start.

I'll update some pictures from the pool later. I have to run to Lola's!

2 comments:

Chris said...

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judi said...

AWESOME!!!!

(minus the d-bag above, natch!)