Children’s Ringette

Creating developmentally appropriate opportunities and meaningful competition.

The Children’s Ringette program consists of two divisions called

  • FUNdamentals 1

  • FUNdamentals 2

The Children’s Ringette program is focused on creating opportunities that focus on

  • cross ice & small area ringette games

  • small sized nets

  • age & stage appropriate activities

  • maximum participation & engagement

  • opportunities to practice learned skills

General Information

A Letter to Parents, Guardians and Families – a brief overview of the changes that were implemented by Ringette BC at the start of the 2018/2019 season

Children’s Ringette Presentation – presented at the 2018 AGM & Conference


Coach’s Manual – eVersion

A six page tri-fold that describes each of the divisions, including game format, violations, set-up and more!

FUNdamentals 1

FUNdamentals 2

Skills Charts

A one page poster that outlines the physical, cognitive, social and ringette skills coaches should incorporate into their practice sessions. Includes teaching tips and games literacy information.

FUNdamentals 1

FUNdamentals 2

Assessment Tool

Documents to support coaches and associations in determining which division is the best fit for each participant. Assessments are designed to be completed in small groups in 5-10 minutes. Includes criteria

FUNdamentals 1

FUNdamentals 2

Children’s Ringette Games with Aims

Games with Aims are activities where children can learn and perform skills in a fun environment. The document below includes a comprehensive list of age and stage appropriate games to incorporate into your practices.

Games with Aims

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Ringette Canada

Ringette Canada Children’s Ringette Key Messages

Ringette Canada’s Key Messages and Communication Resources for children’s ringette programs across Canada. Includes the national implementation process as well as a brief breakdown on each province’s initiatives.

Children’s Ringette Key Messages

Game Day Let’s Play

Documents that detail how to setup and run FUNdamentals ringette games.

Cross-ice Game Format

Half-ice Game Format

Ringette Canada Jamboree Guide

Outlines a number of playing options a for cross-ice and half-ice games as well as the parameters to follow when organizing a jamboree in your association.

Jamboree Guide

Long Term Ringette Development

Ringette Alberta

To see the changes Ringette Alberta is making to children`s ringette visit

Watch this video from Ringette Alberta to see how cross-ice and half-ice play has been successfully implemented in Finland

Check out these videos below to learn about some of the research behind the Children’s Ringette program, and to see what other sports are doing.

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