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• These word wall words go with our summer Olympics learning centers.
• Set of twenty colorful bingo cards for summer Olympic events, from ARCHERY to TENNIS.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare slalom and flatwater kayaking.
• Use this sheet to check which Olympic events (ARCHERY to TENNIS) have been called.
• Use this colorful sheet to check which Olympic events (ARCHERY to TENNIS) have been called.
• Four Olympic events to a page (from ARCHERY to TENNIS). These flashcards match our summer Olympics bingo cards.
• Four Olympic events to a page (from ARCHERY to TENNIS). These colorful flashcards match our summer Olympics bingo cards.
• Write a story using six of the summer Olympic theme pictures.
• These math counters can be used with our Summer Olympics learning centers.
• Use this chart to record who won the gold, silver, and bronze medals for each event. Then use the information you charted to answer the questions.
• This flipbook gives students the opportunity to illustrate some fun Olympic facts for the 2008 Olympics.
• Fill out this "application" for 2008 Olympics volunteer workers.
• Though only 100,000 volunteers were needed for the 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games, 450,000 people applied a YEAR before the Games even started. Fill out this "application form" for the next Olympics to practice getting ready for the next summer Olympics.
• Imagine that you are Michael Phelps, and write a letter to a friend telling the story of how you broke an Olympic record.
• Have you ever done amazingly well at something? What did you do? How did you feel about it?
• Imagine that you are attending the Olympic Games as a representative of your school. Write a letter to the school describing...
• What do you think? Is lip-syncing wrong, or is it just part of entertainment? Explain and support your answer.
• What might be the reasons for this minimum age?
• Imagine that you are an Olympic athlete preparing for the Olympic Games in six months. Describe a typical day in your life.
• Should athletes all be required to wear the same costumes and use the same gear, or is that part of the competition?
• The set of our seven writing prompts on the subject of the Olympics. Descriptive, narrative, and persuasive writing skills.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare Michael Phelps and Mark Spitz.
• An easy reading comp about the meaning of the Olympic rings with two questions.
• geography photo clip art
• geography photo clip art
• geography photo clip art
• An easy one page article about this historic landmark includes an illustration for coloring and is followed by 3 questions that require brief written responses.
• Students illustrate a medal shaped booklet of facts on the Summer 2012 Olympics and create a bulletin board drawing of themselves.
• Three reading texts on the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games: the event and history, the sports, the venues. Includes a vocabulary list, a discussion and activity on the differences between American and British English, a research exercise on unfamiliar sports, as well as a set of completion questions and a matching exercise. (10 pages)
• A two page text of an overview of modern London and its history, plus a spotlight of the city's unique transportation system and additional facts. Includes a set of multiple choice and short answer questions and a writing prompt.
• A biography of Jamaican track and field Olympic champion, Usain Bolt, is followed by a set of multiple choice and a set of short answer questions.
• A one page biography of track and field Olympic champion, Usain Bolt, is followed by a set of multiple choice and a set of short answer questions.
• A very easy factual text about the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, with illustrations and three questions on one page.

• An easy reading text about a girl who is going to London to watch the Olympics. Three comprehension questions on the same page.
• Facts about the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, with a coloring graphic and a set of short answer questions.
• A short story about a young man competing in the London Summer Olympics. Includes a coloring graphic and a set of short answer questions.
• Unscramble the Summer Olympic Events vocabulary words.

• Fill in the missing letters on this Olympic-Themed worksheet.

• Olympic spelling vocabulary list and handwriting practice. This document uses the ZB-font in cursive. Use for spelling practice and vocabulary lessons with our Olympic theme materials.

• Olympic spelling vocabulary list and handwriting practice. This document uses the DN-font in cursive. Use for spelling practice and vocabulary lessons with our Olympic theme materials.