students find the location of the Olympic Games on a map or globe
and calculate the distance they would need to travel there.
Research the countries that are participating the the games.
Use different types of graphs to show the medal count. Plan an
Olympics Field Day.
Education World: Character Education Lesson: Olympics
National Anthems of the World
All National Anthems: national anthems from
around the globe
My Countries of the World
The Summer Olympics
Women of the Summer Olympics
The Summer Olympics - Match Upper and Lower Case Letters
The Summer Olympic Games - Put Words in Alphabetical Order
The Summer Olympic Games - Spell Words For Olympic Events
The Winter Olympics
Olympics Through The Years
The Science of the Olympic Winter Games | Scholastic
How Olympic Timing Works
How Biathlon Works
How Bobsledding Works
How Competitive Figure Skating Works
How Curling Works
How Extreme Skiing Works
How Luge Works
How Snowboarding Works
How Ice Rinks Work
Canadian Olympic School Program - Programme
Olympique Canadien D'École
Winter Olympics - Pinterest
Olympic Theme - Activities - Coloring Pages etc.
Gold Medal Olympics Activities
Theme Unit - abcTeach
Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans Theme Unit
Coloring Pages – Activity Village UK
Organize a field day with an Olympic
Theme. Instead of the shotput do a yarn ball toss. For gymnastics
you can use a balance bean and have students balance a beanbag on
their head and cross the beam without having the beanbag fall.
PE-Olympic Day Station Ideas - Pinterest
"Citius, Altius, Fortius" |
Swifter, Higher, Stronger
The Olympic Oath "In the name of all
competitors, I promise that we shall take part in these Olympic
Games, respecting and abiding by the rules that govern them, in the
true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and the honour
of our teams." And so the games begin.
"The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but
to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the
triumph, but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have
conquered, but to have fought well."
Official Website of
the Olympic Games
United States Olympic
Beginner's Guide to the Olympics | Olympic Video
Games - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com
Best Books for Teaching About the Olympic Games