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# Summer Olympics Theme Units

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• 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.
• 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 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.
• 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.
• Use this 'Spelling List: Swimming Terminology' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling List: Swimming Terminology'. 23 words from BACKSTROKE to SWIMSUIT
• Use this 'Missing Letters: Track/Field Terminology' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Missing Letters: Track/Field Terminology'. 19 words from BATON to TRIPLE JUMP
• Use this 'Spelling List: Track/Field Terminology' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling List: Track/Field Terminology'. 19 words from BATON to TRIPLE JUMP
• [created with abctools] 20 words from ACE to VOLLEY
• Use this 'Comprehension: World Capital - London (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Comprehension: World Capital - London (elem)'. A two page text of an overview of modern London and its history, plus a spotlight of the city's unique transportation system. Includes a set of multiple choice and short answer questions.
• Use this 'Comprehension: World Capital - London (upper elem/middle)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Comprehension: World Capital - London (upper elem/middle)'. 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 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.

• Use this 'Writing Paper: Summer Olympics (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Paper: Summer Olympics (elementary)'. Summer Olympics writing paper for elementary students. Write creative stories or informational reports with this fun theme paper.
• Use this 'Writing Paper: Summer Olympics (primary three-ruled lines)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Paper: Summer Olympics (primary three-ruled lines)'. Summer Olympics themed writing paper for primary grades. Three-Ruled handwriting lines. Use for writing creative stories or informational reports.
• 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.

• Fun Olympic theme handwriting practice for primary using ZB-Styled Font with dotted letters.

• Two maps of Rio are included in this file with seven questions that will help students explore Rio and the Olympic venues on an imaginary trip to the Summer Olympic Games.

• Two maps of Rio are included in this file with ten questions and a writing prompt that will help students explore Rio and the Olympic venues on an imaginary trip to the Summer Olympic Games.