More Olympic Games Literacy Resources
You'll find a variety of literacy-themed worksheets here for the Olympic Games - whether simple reading activities, design resources or fun alphabet challenges, there's something for all ages.
What do your children know about the modern Olympics? Test them with this fun cloze worksheet. Read the text and fill in the missing words from the word bank.
This writing page features Nike, goddess of victory and one of the emblems of the Olympic games. Print and use for your Olympic-themed writing projects.
Our alphabet challenge activity for the Olympics really is a challenge! Give one to each child in the classroom, or use this as a group activity in the class or at home. You could race against the clock or just keep coming back when you think of something new!
A fun Olympics writing page that children can use to write about their favourite Olympic hero - or to imagine their own Olympic success in the future, perhaps! We have two versions to chose from; one with plenty of writing lines and one with more drawing space.
There are all sorts of Olympic-themed activities suggested on this fun sheet, with enough to keep the kids going right through the 3 weeks of the games.
Can you arrange these twelve Olympic themed words into alphabetical order? Remember if two start with the same letter you'll need to look at the second letter!
Use this Olympics Venn Diagram Printable to encourage the kids to do some thinking and sorting in the classroom! Compare and contrast the ancient and modern Olympic Games using a Venn diagram.
Practice alphabetical order with this fun Summer Olympic Games worksheet. This one is tricky, one for older children.
The second of our Summer Olympics alphabetical order worksheets is a simple version for younger children. Can they arrange these 8 Olympic sports into alphabetical order?
Get the kids to do some research on where past Olympic Games have been held, and fill in the blanks. On the first sheet we've dropped out years, cities and countries. On the second, all the countries are missing.
Kids can learn a little about the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games - taking place in summer 2021 of course - and then answer the questions to test comprehension.
Read the interesting information on the Tokyo Olympics Games, then answer the questions in multiple choice format. An answer sheet is included.
This Tokyo Olympics slogan worksheet is a great activity to get older kids thinking and asks them their thoughts on the slogan "united by emotion".