Skip to main content

6 Clipart Collections Celebrating Hockey

Snow has fallen on our little corner of the world. Thick and heavy it arrived last night to make the morning interesting for commuters and school bus drivers.

Actually, even walking was a bit treacherous with a fresh blanket of fluffy white covering slick ice crystals beneath.  My steps therefore, though I was wearing my 'serious' winter boots, were slow and steady.

It gave me time to reflect a bit. On this particular day, on the first one of snowfall this season, I looked back to the delight I used to have in winter's arrival when I was younger. Though the plunge into cold and ice meant summer fun had ended, there was still plenty to get excited about. Most notably time spent at our local arena. As a little one, my Saturday and Sunday afternoons were dedicated to skating, a great way to pass a couple of hours with friends.

Saturday nights on the other hand were also spent enjoying a winter sport, albeit in front of the television, with Hockey Night in Canada and the Original Six. It was the heyday of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the rivalry between them and the Montreal Canadiens as they faced off against each other and teams from New York, Detroit, Chicago and Boston had most glued to the TV each week.

When I became a teenager, my love of hockey returned me to the arena and to our own local stars, the boys with whom I attended school, and their out-of-town counterparts.  It was a given that at least some portion of the weekend would be spent cheering on the home team from the stands, even if we had to miss the Leafs to do it.

In an area where warm weather fun only happens for a few months each year,  passion has to run for winter sports. And for most Canadians there really is only one.  Here are clipart collections to celebrate our national pastime:

iCLIPART.com Hockey Illustrations

Clipart.com Hockey illustrations

Acclaim Images Hockey Clipart

ClipartGuide Hockey Images

ClickArt Online Hockey Illustrations

TOONClipart Hockey Cartoons

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Free Social Media Content Calendar - January 2020

Stop scrambling for social media content. Vital Imagery is dedicated to making your content marketing the best it can be. Each month we will be preparing a social media content calendar to help with your social media posts and marketing. You will have access to a calendar filled with special dates, holidays, #hashtags and links to images that would be great to use with all your social media platforms. 
January is creativity month, so lets start creating great social media content!


January is all about the start of the new year, winter sales and goals to be more organized and productive.  Check out these images we've put together in a basket for inspiration for your social media posts.
Follow these hashtags for images to use during the month of January:
#soupmonth #drinkingstrawday #nationalspaghettiday #milkday #epihany #martinlutherkingjr #appreciateadragon #hotchocolateday #dayofeducation #popcornday #birdday #pieday
To help get you started download this image for free: New Year's Blo…

Free Social Media Calendar - March 2020

Stop scrambling for social media content. Vital Imagery is dedicated to making your content marketing the best it can be. Each month we will be preparing a social media content calendar to help with your social media posts and marketing. You will have access to a calendar filled with special dates, holidays, #hashtags and links to images that would be great to use on all your social media platforms.

March is an exciting month with St. Patrick's Day, Friday the 13th and the first day of Spring. Check out this basket of images to help get you ready for March.



Use these #hashtag links to find images to use for special dates in March:

#StPatricksDay

#Fridaythe13th

#InternationalEarthDay

#EarthHour

#InternationalWomensDay

#Spring

To help you get started download this image from iCLIPART.com for free:
 (If you don't already have an account, please register)



Resources for Teaching Online

There is currently a lot of uncertainty about how teachers will continue to teach our children while quarantined. Many schools already use products such as Google Classroom, Brightspace from D2L or Blackboard Learn but these are just a few examples of the Learning Management Systems (LMS) currently available. 

If you and your students have accessto the internet you can also try using Google Hangouts, Zoom and Skype for live discussions and video lessons.

Vital Imagery specializes in curating over 8 million child-friendly, educational clipart images, photos, worksheets and more through our iCLIPART for Schools website. Use our images to create your own educational materials, presentations and digital communications. Grant access to your students so they can download images to use in their lessons, projects and crafts. By using a source like ours you can ensure that children are not downloading illegal and inappropriate images, not to mention protecting their computers from viruses and ma…