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Word wall strips with graphics of winter sports that will be part of the Winter Olympics. These word wall strips are a good way to introduce vocabulary that is used during the Winter games.
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.
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.
Short fiction about Greg, a boy who wants to be on the Olympic team. Greg has a decision to make. A piece about personal and athletic goals. Multiple choice questions and short answer questions are included.
Keep track of the medal winners with this simple stat sheet. Complete the chart by filling in the event name and medals for that sport by using tally marks.
Five printable posters that include winter olympics sports such as skiing, luge, ice hockey, figure skating, curling and bobsleigh. Could be used as a coloring booklet.
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.
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.
A color coded graphic of the Olympic rings. Students will follow the directions and color the numbered rings with the color noted. Exercise for number recognition, matching word to number and color.
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.