Kids who are getting started out with gymnastics might enjoy our colouring pages showing some of the more popular disciplines. Gymnastics is of course one of the most watched events at the Summer Olympics, with gymnasts competing in many different events.
Trace the letters of "gymnastics" in this cute finger tracing worksheet. It's a tricky word to spell!
Gymnastics are fun to watch or do - and the word is fun to write, but tricky too! There's lots of practise in this handwriting worksheet.
This fun printable gymnastics poster shows what looks like the finish to a spectacular floor display!
Is your child a gymnastics fan or enthusiast? They can write about the sport, or make up their own story, using this fun story paper with colouring page.
Kids can use this fun story paper to make up their own story, or perhaps to write about the sport or a gymnastics hero.
Do you have gymnastics fans in the family? This cute, simple colouring page of a teddy practising with ribbons makes a fun colouring activity for younger children.
Do you have a gymnast in your family? They might enjoy this colouring page! Then again, they might want you to set them up with a ribbon of their own so that they can practice making loops like our teddy bear!
Inspire young writers with our gymnastics writing page. They will enjoy putting down their thoughts about their experiences of gymnastics, or perhaps they could write about the gymnast in the picture.
This writing page is for all the male gymnastics fans out there. He's doing his best on the horse as you do your best writing on the page. Will it be a story, poem, diary entry, letter or Summer Olympics report?
Our gymnast is practicing the finish to her floor exercises - and your kids can draw the same picture by following along with our broken-down step by step instructions! It's a great way to learn, and once they have the techniques they can of course adapt the picture in many ways. Have fun!
Another of our learn to draw sports series - this time kids can follow our step by step tutorial to learn how to draw a gymnast going through his paces on the pommel horse. Our gymnast is wearing the Team GB kit from the London 2012 Olympics, but yours can be wearing whatever kit you like!