The attitude in Austria towards winter sports has changed in the last few years. The number of people who spend their free time on ski slopes has decreased significantly. Reasons for that are, for example, the high costs or the climate change which is causing the snow to melt. Therefore, the younger generations partly do not even learn how to ski which often leads to the annulation of skiing trips organized by schools. Furthermore, this is connected to the high migration rate in the cities. Due to the fact that people with an immigrant background are often not familiar with winter sports, there is often less incentive to learn. However, nowadays, sports in general is not always integrated in everybodys daily routine. Digital media or long working days do not leave a lot of time to be physically active. All these aspects explain why not every child is acquainted with winter sports and that some children do not bring along experience to such skiing trips. With reference to the curriculum of the subject sports of the AHS-Unterstufe, this thesis will highlight the importance of ski trips and address physical development. Thus, the practical part includes lesson plans in order to provide the children with the ideal preparation for such ski trips. These plans involve physical activity in the gym, ice-skating, in-line skating and training on the slackline. The content is based on physical activity which is designed specifically for skiing. Therefore, the children have the opportunity to consolidate and simultaneously improve important skills, muscles and movements which they need for this sport. To conclude, the aim is to prepare the children specifically for the ski trip and to convey how much fun sports can be.