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• Follow the directions to make a print of the Olympics rings logo. Part of our Sports and Olympics Theme Unit
• Read the archery scores, then write and solve math problems for each.
• Each chart below lists the swimmers and times for a swimming event. In the blank, write the place that each swimmer finished.
• Cut out the nine pairs of summer Olympic theme pictures and make a memory match game.
• Determine your own resting and active heart rate with this learning center.
• Read the graph of the gold medal winners from the 2004 Olympics and interpret the results. Students could also create further charts for other Olympics games and for silver and bronze winners.
• "Color the torches with the answer 5 to find the path from Greece to the Olympic Flame."
• Add this activity to you Olympic Games Theme Unit. Students will learn about the Food Pyramid and Nutrition.
• Tic-tac-toe game with Summer Olympics artwork.

• These word wall words go with our summer Olympics learning centers.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare slalom and flatwater kayaking.
• Write a story using six of the summer Olympic theme pictures.
• This Summer Olympics - math counters Learning Center is perfect to practice coutning skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Summer Olympics - math counters Learning Center. These math counters can be used with our Summer Olympics learning centers.
• Use the "rainy day" and "sunny day" pictures to play tic-tac-toe.
• Match the plant-themed cards.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare two trees.
• Math fact families with a plant theme.
• Graph the tomato plant growth.
• [member-created with abctools] Find the words from "algae" to "starfish" in this octopus-shaped puzzle.
• Center activity using pattern blocks, tangrams or pentominos.
• Use this 'List: Animal Groups' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'List: Animal Groups'.
• "Belize's coral reef is ( SE / SW ) of Florida's coral reef." Use a map with a compass rose to find the correct cardinal direction and then circle the correct answer.
• Label the oceans, continents, and coral reefs on this map.
• Use this 'Learning Center: Coral Reef - Language Arts - ABC Order (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Learning Center: Coral Reef - Language Arts - ABC Order (elem)'. Put the coral reef theme words in (to the second letter) alphabetical order.
• "The Leopard moray eel has very ___ teeth. It can even bite off a person's finger!" Use the adjectives from the word bank to complete the sentences. One of several "coral reef" themed learning centers on our member site.
• Read the bar graphs comparing the numbers of sea animals seen on two different trips. Compare the data and answer the questions.
• Instructions for how to most effectively use our coral reef learning centers. All of these centers are available on our member site.
• Cut out the pictures and sort them into the correct classes on the next page. Glue them in place.
• Color the chart to show the statistics for estimated worldwide population for these endangered animals.
• Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct place in the plant diagram according to the text.
• Put the summer Olympic events, from the 1960 Olympics in Rome to the 2004 Olympics in Athens, in order.
• Use the picture prompts to write a plant-themed story.
• Subtract the seeds that didn't grow from the total.
• Make a relief by pressing leaves into modeling clay or dough.
• Use pieces of plants to make a collage.
• Set of bulletin board sized, wood design letters to spell "Round-Up."
• A set of graphics for western theme bulletin board or room decoration. Includes horses, cowboy and cowgirl, saguaro cactus, wood fence.
• Set of graphics for bulletin board or room decoration with a western theme. Includes cowboy boots and hat, saddle, sheriff's badge, horseshoe, wagon wheel.
• A western themed photo frame in the design of an old wanted poster.