The Olympic Games are not only exciting but are also perfect for learning activities. I have a variety of Montessori-inspired posts with activities that can be adapted for any Winter or Summer Olympics.
I’ve published a number of Olympic posts over the years. Here I’m putting together many of my Olympic posts that can be used for Winter or Summer Olympic Games.
My “Montessori-Inspired Olympic Opening Ceremony Activities” post focused on the opening ceremony host country and continent. This post is easily adaptable for any host country.
My “Montessori-Inspired Olympic Math Activities” ideas (and the printables) can be used for any Olympics.
My “Free Winter Sports Printables and Montessori-Inspired Winter Sports Activities” has lots of resources for any Winter Olympics.
You’ll find many wonderful Olympic-related resources for character education in this roundup post at Bits of Positivity (my other blog): “Free Character Education Resources About Olympic and Paralympic Values.”
My “Free Summer Sports Printables and Montessori-Inspired Summer Sports Activities” has lots of resources for any Summer Olympics.
Most of the activities in my “Montessori-Inspired Olympic Unit” are relevant to any Olympic Games.
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Deb, as always a great post! Just today, I learned that my children (6 and 8) are extremely interested in the Olympics. This is a great post and I will be pinning and using many of these activities. I can’t wait to tell you which ones we use! I am struggling with be intentional about our social studies learning and I think this is a great place to start!
What wonderful ideas! We haven’t done anything with the Olympics yet (including watching), so maybe we’ll explore some of these activities this week.