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Winter Olympics Theme Units

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  • This Winter Olympic themed document features a crossword puzzle and two word searches designed for upper elementary and middle school students. These will provide an interesting way for the students to familiarize themselves with vocabulary related to the winter Olympics.

  • Pair figure skating coloring page in black and white. Students can color the picture and write a story about what they think will happen with the skaters.
  • Bobsleigh coloring page in black and white. Color and make this part of a Winter Olympic sports book.
  • This coloring page of a cartoon polar bear participating in biathlon, a winter Olympic sport, is great to color and combine with other winter Olympic events coloring pages into a book.

  • Cartoon bear speed skating coloring page in black and white. Kids will enjoy combining this page with other cartoon winter Olympic illustrations to form a book.
  • Winter Olympic coloring page featuring the Olympic rings for the XX Games, a past Olympic game held in Turin, Italy.

  • A cartoon snowman and a penguin combined nordic skiing coloring page. Color and combine with other pages demonstrating winter Olympic events to make a book.

  • Snowman freestyle skiing coloring page.  Color and combine this page with others of cartoon snowmen participating in winter Olympic events to form a book.

  • Color the cartoon penguin racing down the hill in the winter olympic sport skeleton.  Combine the coloring page with others we have on winter Olympic events and make a book.

  • Use this 'Missing Letters: Hockey Terminology' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Missing Letters: Hockey Terminology'. 25 words, from ASSIST to TRIPPING
  • Use this 'Spelling List: Hockey Terminology' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling List: Hockey Terminology'. 25 words, from ASSIST to TRIPPING
  • [created with abctools] 25 words, from ASSIST to TRIPPING
  • This Desk Tags: Olympics: Sports2 clipart is great to illustrate your teaching materials. As an abcteach member you have unlimited access to our 22,000+ clipart illustrations and can use them for commercial use. This Desk Tags: Olympics: Sports2 clipart is provided in jpeg format.
  • Word unscramble puzzle of vocabulary associated with alpine skiing, a winter Olympic event.

  • Use this word seach of winter Olympic terms to to reinforce vocabulary students will hear or learn during the games. Geared toward primary students.

  • Word search of winter Olympic related terms for primary students in the shape of a torch.

  • Word search puzzle of winter Olympic sports for upper elementary students.  Good way to reinforce events, words and terms students will experience during the winter Olympic games.

  • Primary level students unscramble these words related to the winter Olympic games.

  • Winter Olympic related vocabulary in word wall strips for primary students.

  • A reading comp on the history and symbolism of the Olympic rings, with reading comp questions and information and art activity on the Olympic emblem.

  • Use this 'Writing Prompts: If I Were An Olympian!' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompts: If I Were An Olympian!'. A booklet with writing prompts for students to be thoughtful and creative at the same time. Fun Olympic ring border and lines for writing.
  • Olympic-themed awards that includes Gold Medals for every subject.
  • Students research the Winter Olympics. They can enter the information onto this PowerPoint, or the teacher can use the monitor to display questions and have students respond on paper or classroom discussion.

  • Keep track of the winners with this simple stat sheet. Label events for each winter sport, and tally the medals in order to complete the chart.

  • 12 page unit made with abctools®. Includes spelling list, crossword puzzle, word unscramble, abc order, missing letter, circle and spell, and a word search is the shape of a hockey player. All apart of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

  • Use the included venue map and event icon key to answer the 12 questions about the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.

  • This winter Olympic word search is designed for primary students. It will reinforce vocabulary students will become familiar with during the winter Olympic games.
  • Factual reading comprehension about Kelly Clark's gold medal win in snowboarding. Learn about Kelly's run for the gold in the 2002 Winter Olympics. Questions included to test the knowledge gained from the passage.
  • Reading comprehension that deals with the timeless issue of Olympic judging and figure skating in the winter Olympics. This passage examines the pair figure skating performance of Pelletier and Sale in the 2002 Winter Olympic games and the problems encountered following the judges scores. Questions follow the passage.

  • Bobsled coloring page in black and white. Trace and cut out the bobsled pattern to make a great shape book.

  • Snowboarding coloring page in black and white. Have your students color the page and write a passage about what they think it would feel like to fly high on a snowboard.
  • Downhill skiing coloring page in black and white. Students can color the page then use the image to start a story they can write about. Maybe it is about what it feels like to race down the mountain trying to win an Olympic medal or what it feels like when they themselves ski.
  • Unscramble the winter Olympic related words from "sports" to "gold". Solving the puzzle will reinforce vocabulary students will hear during the winter Olympics.
  • Answer the targeted questions about the Olympic rings and color the drawing correctly.
  • Handwriting practice using the DN-style font. Practice manuscript handwriting, using the D'nealian style font. Winter Olympic terms biathlon, bobsled, curling...will be illustrated. Students will first trace the words then write them onto the lines provided.

  • This short reading comprehension focuses on the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. Learn about the the games that year and answer some questions about the passage.

  • This very short reading comprehension piece about bobsledding is a perfect introduction to the sport for beginning readers. Students will find the Winter Olympic event of bobsledding more interesting having read this passage.
  • Four very simple word problems with a winter Olympics theme.
  • Unscramble the words that relate to winter Olympic events. Students will enjoy the puzzle and become familiar with sports that will be competed in during the Winter Olympics.

  • Two pages of word problems based on facts from the 2006 winter Olympics in Turin. Students will do problem solving that include questions like this. 84 medals will be given over a period of 17 days. What is the average number of medals given out each day?