Review digital and analog time to the hour and half hour with this Olympic-themed telling time packet. Print off the clock faces and the digital time rectangles on glossy white photo paper. Trim and glue to the Time For The Olympics master. You've now created a dry erase board!
Rolling For The Gold is an easy, quick and fun way to review ordinal numbers with an Olympic twist.
Here's a list of the sites where the winter and summer Olympics have been held. From the first to the most current.
Students can color a mini Olympic flag (glue a Popsicle stick to the side) or strengthen their finger muscles by making a "Rip & Tear" Olympic flag. I've included 2-pages of historical Olympic flag facts, that you can share with your students as well.
Here's an alphabetical list of summer as well as winter Olympic sports. I've also included covers for an Olympic sports dictionary, as well as a sport report cover. These make a great Daily 5 activity.
Have students choose 1 of 6 different Olympic Venn diagrams to compare and contrast something about the Olympics.
Keep track of how many Olympic medals your country is winning by recording a tally mark under the appropriate medal. There is a recording sheet for the United States, as well as a generic one any country can use.
These puzzles will help your students practice counting to 10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip count by 10's to 100.
The packet includes a full-color Chinese flag, as well as a black and white one for students to color, plus historical background information, and a Venn diagram where students can compare the US flag with China's, as well as a Venn diagram comparing Canada's flag with the Chinese flag, + a blank one where you can choose another flag to compare to China's.