**Please note that some of the resources may relate to previous Olympics, but they can easily be modified to fit the 2018 Winter Games.**
You will find various Activities on the top portion of this page.
Further down, you will find Web Sites.
At the bottom of the page, you will find Books that you can order directly from Amazon.com!
This indicates resources located on The Teacher's Corner.
Letter Recognition Grades Kindergarten
Make paper gold medals for each letter for each child. Child is to watch teacher make the letter and then write the letter. The teacher can trace the letter on the child's back to help the child remember how to make the letter. Is a fun game and everybody "wins" a gold medal for each letter
Submitted by: Jeanne
Athletes' Hometowns Grades Intermediate
Depending on the age of your students, will create a map showing the hometowns or home states of theathletes on the current U.S. Olympic team. Visit our Printable Maps page to select, download and print a map. Access athlete information at the Team USA web site.
A Day at the Olympics Grades 6-8
Students explore an online resource and learn how athletes from different ancient Greek city-states would behave at the Olympic Games.
ABC Teach Grades Various
A fun collection of Olympic resources and activities.
A Measure of Greatness Grades K-5
Students participate in a variety of Olympic-type activities involving measurement.
An Educator's Guide to the Olympics Grades Various
You will find Fact Sheets, Questions and Activities, Worksheets and Lesson Plans to help you incorporate the Olympics into your curriculum. (This resource is from the 2002 Salt Lake Games.)
Character Education Lesson: Olympics Grades 6-8
Students plan and stage a classroom Olympics.
Create Your Own Classroom Olympics Grades 3-12
Students compete in activities that emphasize a wide variety of skills and knowledge as well as some luck.
Comparing Ancient and Modern Olympic Games Grades 3-12
Create a Venn diagram to compare the Games of today and ancient times.
Designing and Creating Symbols and Logos Grades 2-12
This is a resource which uses the olympics as an example to highlight the understanding of the function of a symbol in order for pupils to embark upon their own project, designing and making a symbol for sports day. The idea is extended with the introduction of logos also. Children can use their symbol as the basis for the design of a logo for different practical advertising purposes.
Drawing the Olympic Rings Logo Grades Intermediate
Students will learn about the Olympic rings and other geometric logos.
First School - Olympic Games for Kids Grades PreK-1st
This is an opportunity for young children to get acquainted with the Olympic Games, but most importantly the central message during the activities is one of friendship and peace. People playing and working together in peace and friendship makes for a better and beautiful world.
Flag Grades Various
Print and color an Olympic flag.
Go for the Gold! - A CyberHunt Activity Grades Various
To learn more about the Olympic Games, click on the buttons below each of the following questions. Then write your answers on a separate piece of paper.
Go for the Gold! Grades Various
This site was put together for the 1998 Olympics, but there are several activities that can be used for this year.
History of the Olympics Grades 2-5
Students will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the Olympic games, study the rules, and hold their own Olympics.
Olympics Art Fun Pre-K-2
Students create medals, Olympic rings, and torches using common materials.
Olympic Biographies Grades 3-8
Students create a book of biographies profiling famous past Olympic athletes.
Olympic Games Grades K-12
Help students draw parallels between the perseverance of Olympians and their own lives.
Olympic Graphs Grades 6-12
Students create graphs comparing present and past winning results of various Olympic sports.
Olympic Leaders Grades 3-12
Each student will research the accomplishments of one Olympic athlete.
Olympic Readers Grades Primary & Intermediate
Students can create their own Olympics!
Olympic Rings Report Form Grades Various
Students learn about and report on the Olympic rings. (This link is to a PDF.)
Olympic Time Lines Grades 3-12
Students use library or online sources to create time lines of various events that took place during the modern Olympic Games.
Olympic Trivia Challenge Grades 6-12
Students find fascinating facts about the Summer Olympic Games and Olympic history.
Olympic World Grades Various
This efgProject™ is designed to bring "Life 2 Learning." It features fourteen lessons that are integrated with the skills necessary for life and work in the 21st Century.
Reading Olympics Grades K-8
Students participate in a Reading Olympics and enhance their reading abilities at the same time.
So You Want to Compete in the Olympics? Grades 3-12
The International Olympic Committee has decided to hold a Junior Olympics during the next Summer Olympic Games. The committee has invited students from around the world to form teams and participate in that event. You and other students in your class hope to try out for the Junior Olympics, but first you have to plan how you will prepare for the competition.
Theme Unit Grades Various
A great collection of resources.
Track a Sport Grades 6-12
Students track the results of various sports during the Olympic Games.
Trivia related to the 2014 Winter Games.
Winter Olympic Teaching Theme Grades Various
A great collection of resources from art to web sites to Webquests and more!
Winter Olympic Webquest Grades Intermediate
Through this webquest you are going to learn more then you ever thought you wanted to know about the Winter Olympics. You will research history, athletes, symbols, and so much more! (This wequest was created for the 2006 Winter Games, so there will be some adjustment needed.)
Winter Olympics Grades 3-12
Learn about the Winter Olympics and see a list of places that they have been held.
Winter Olympics - Activity Village Grades Various
This site has a great collection of printables, activities and resources.
2018 Winter Olympics Wikipedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A great collection of information.
The site of the Winter Olympic Games.
Students can learn about their favorite athlete.
International Olympic Committee
Official site of the International Olympic Committee.
This site contains a great amount of Olympic history. (This site requires Shockwave Flash 4 plug-in.)
Learn about the 2018 Olympic Mascot.
2018 Winter Olympics.
The Olympic Games
Read all about various aspects of the Olympics.
Take a tour of previous Olympics.
Would make a great game for your classroom.
Learn about the athletes that make up the US Olympic Team.
Follow the torch on it's journey.
Winter Olympics Through the Years
Find a complete index of all previous Winter Olympic Games.
Always Dream (Positively for Kids Series)
by Kristi Yamaguchi
Basic Guide to Skiing and Snowboarding
by Us Olympic Committee
Bobsledding and the Luge (True Books - Sports)
by Larry Dane Brimner
Dreams on Ice (Girls Only No. 1)
by Beverly Lewis
Elympics : Poems
by X. J. Kennedy
The Encyclopedia of the Winter Olympics (Reference)
by John Wukovits
by Chris Oxlade
Figure Skating in Action (Sports in Action)
by Kate Calder
Gus & Gertie and The Lucky Charms
by Joan Lowery Nixon
Michelle Kwan : My Special Moments (Paperback)
by Michelle Kwan
Picabo Street : Downhill Dynamo (Sports Achievers)
by Joel Dippold
Skating for the Gold : Michelle Kwan & Tara Lipinski
by Chip Lovitt
by Matt Christopher
by Nancy L. Carlson
The Winter Olympics (True Books - Sports)
by Larry Dane Brimner
This Is Figure Skating
by Margaret Blackstone
Winter Olympics (An Easy-Read Sports Book)
by Caroline Arnold
The Winter Olympics (Paperback)
by Mary Lu Muffoletto
The Winter Olympics (True Books: Sports Paperback)
by Larry Dane Brimner
USA: Olympic dreams, Olympic gold. (Lesson Plans).
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The following books are out of print, but you can check your local library!
A Winter Place
by Ruth Yafee Radin
Chronicle of the Olympics (Updated Edition)
Great Winter Olympic Moments
by Nathan Aaseng
When the Mountain Sings
by John MacLean