- Do the following:
- Give the general and speed-skating safety rules.
- Discuss the parts and functions of skates.

- Do the following:
- Start and stop properly while skating forward and in both directions around the rink.
- Skate backward first on two feet then on one foot.
- Cross the feet in front.
- Skate a slalom pattern on two feet forward then on one foot.
- Shuttle skate.
- Shoot the duck.
- The limbo under.
- The widespread eagle.
- Race on a speed track. Start properly, take corners, pass other skaters, pace, and learn the speed- skating rules.
- The stepover
- Spin.
- Hop, skip, and jump.
- Dribble a basketball on skates.
- Push a hockey ball around the rink.
- Mohawk or two-foot turn.
- Slalom skate backward on two feet.

To earn this merit badge on **ice skates,** a Scout must:

- Do the following:
- Give general safety and courtesy rules for ice skating.
- Discuss the parts of ice skates, the types of ice skates, and their functions.
- Discuss the care of boots and blades.

- Do the following:
- Skate forward for at least 40 feet, then come to a complete stop, using either a two-feet snowplow stop or a one-foot snowplow stop.
- After skating forward, glide forward on two feet, then on one foot, right then left.
- Starting from a T position, stroke forward around the test area, avoiding the use of tow points if wearing figure skates.

- Do the following:
- Glide backward on two feet.
- Skate backward for a distance to be determined by the counselor. (Not less than 40 feet nor more than 100 feet.)
- After gaining speed, glide forward on two feet, making a turn of 180 degrees around a cone, first to the right and then to the left.

- Do the following:
- Shoot the duck.
- Skate forward in a figure-8 pattern, using forward crossovers to the best of your ability.
- Take part in a race. ( A relay race is suggested.)
- Hockey stop.