Put those loo rolls to good use with this fun Olympic ring printing activity for younger kids!
Get your children interested and involved in the Olympics with our growing collection of Olympic crafts - original, easy and fun to do! We've also got plenty of ideas for patriotic crafts which you can use to decorate your classroom and homes...
Recycle some cardboard tubes to make this fun Olympic rings craft with the children. Lots of fun, messy painting involved!
Kids can get creative with this felt Olympic flag craft - and the finished flag looks great out on display!
Here's a felted medal craft to do with the kids, that results in a safe medal that all ages can wear with pride!
Kids can get messy with this fun handprint Olympic rings craft - perfect for even the youngest children during the Olympic Games!
The Olympic torch is a widely-recognised symbol of the Olympic games with its origins going back to Ancient Greece, when a fire was kept burning throughout the games.
These pretty medals will take pride of place at your own Olympic Games - or perhaps you can make them with the kids to hand out as an "award" for extra special behavior.
You can use this medal chart to keep track of the top scoring countries (in which case you will need to print out the appropriate flags).
Who would have guessed that this wonderful gold medal -a perfect for the Olympics – is made out of polystyrene pizza bases!
Here's an idea for making an Olympic Ring Hoopla game with the kids - it's fun to make and fun to play too!
This Olympic ring paper chain is a fun way to decorate the classroom or home and get into the Olympic spirit! Cut the strips in advance for the youngest kids.
Here's an Olympic Rings Fuse Bead Pattern that children can copy. It makes a great badge or magnet. We used a large square for the base.
Paper cutting is an ancient Chinese craft and paper cuts are often very intricate. They are used for decoration and regarded as good luck.
Sarah has come up with another idea for an Olympics craft, using recycled polystyrene, finger painting and your felt tip pens. So clever!
This transparent version of the Olympic rings symbol looks striking displayed in the window, and is a great activity for learning colours and practising cutting, too.
Have some fun with this clever origami Olympic rings craft for kids - with help even the youngest children will be able to do it!
This simple craft makes a colourful wall display and provides an opportunity for youngsters to practise cutting skills and colour recognition.