What do you know about the Ancient Olymipcs? We've pulled together some information in "fun fact" format to get the kids started.
Find out about the Ancient Olympics and enjoy our collection of learning resources, fun printables and craft ideas with the kids.
A fun addition to an Olympic or Ancient Greek project, children can learn about the ancient Olympics with our cloze worksheet. Read the text and fill in the missing words.
Have a go at this Ancient Olympics word search puzzle. There are some differences but also some surprising similarities!
In this guest post Shelly and her son learn more about the Ancient Olympics and the modern Olympic Games using resources available on Activity Village.
Two printable notecards with an olive wreath design - useful for writing projects in your Ancient Greece studies and as Olympic writing frames too.
Here's an olive wreath notebooking page to use in your Ancient Greece studies or for the Ancient Olympic Games. Three variations available.
Six small olive wreath writing frames - perfect for writing out facts about Ancient Greece of the Ancient Olympic Games.
What do you think it must have been like at the Ancient Olympic games? Why not write a story describing what it you think it would have been like to compete on our printable Olympic wreath story paper.
This Olympic wreath symmetry worksheet asks the kid to copy one half of the wreath over to the other side of the page. The worksheet with the grid is easier, but still challenging!
The olive wreath was the prize for the winner at the ancient Olympic Games and is seen as a symbol of victory and honour. Write a creative story set at the ancient Olympic games on this writing page, or use it to record facts and research.