Resources for Olympic games - art projects, crafts, homeschool plans and unit studies, recipes and more! Celebrate the Olympics with art with our art projects: http://www.southernhodgepodge.com/simple-start-chalk-pastels-winter-olympics/
How do you plan an Olympic party with events like speed skating and the louge when it's too cold to play outside? You get a little creative and think outside the box. Here are a handful of games worth adding to your family fun. Olympic Party for Kids-The Unlikely Homeschool
Great Olympic craft for toddlers. Simple and promotes pretend play. going to do this when I am back to work after my holidays, Steph. :)
Olympic Chalk Art from Spell OutLoud
Count down to the Olympics. The PDF consists of 25 Olympic facts one for each ring of the chain.
via Marci Goodwin - We started our study of the Olympic games this week. We are reading about the history, experimenting with the science and using art to explore the symbols of the games. #olympics #artforkids The kids enjoyed using A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels:Winter Olympics from +Tricia Hodges to create Olympic torches and medals yesterday. We are going to try drawing a downhill skier and a mountain scene today.
A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels: Winter Olympics - Review by Tristan - Our Busy Homeschool
Science of the Winter Olympics: Science of Ice: Blogger Judy Elgin Jensen writes about the Science and Engineering of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games is a collection of 10 short videos focused on the science and engineering design efforts behind Olympic and Paralympic athletes and the tools that each hopes will help them bring home the gold. Use the NSTA-developed lesson plans, available in editable Word format, to spark ideas for incorporating the videos into your course.
The Many Benefits of Winter Games 2014 Unit Study with Multiple Ages are plenty! Journals, a keepsake tablecloth, the history of the ancient Olympic games and the modern Olympic games, daily Bible passages, spelling/vocabulary words (words of wisdom), people and places to know – AND it is a study for all our ages from kindergarten to high school!