Hockey is a Territory Game. In this type of game, participants learn about and practise controlling an object, keeping it away from opponents and moving it into position to score, while sharing the same playing area as their opponents and trying to prevent them from scoring.
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Participants learn about and practise applying defensive and offensive strategies when trying to knock down other participants’ targets while defending their own targets.
Participants learn about and practise invading an opponent’s territory to score the most number of points while avoiding getting tagged.
Participants learn about and practise keeping possession of and intercepting a ball while wearing eyeshades.
Participants learn about and practise working as a group to send and receive an object, while preventing an opponent from intercepting a pass.
Participants learn about and practise preventing another participant from invading their territory by taking their tail away.
Participants learn about and practise playing a modified game of soccer while moving within designated zones.