Dom Parsons lived up to his nickname of 'the Wizard' when he won bronze for Great Britain in the Skeleton event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The kids can enjoy colouring in this picture of him celebrating and holding the Union Jack!
The skeleton is one of the fastest, scariest events at the Winter Olympics ... I think so, at least! We've got a small collection of skeleton sled colouring pages and printables for kids here, and you can watch a very interesting video below.
Dom Parsons ended a 70-year wait for a British man to win a medal in the Skeleton event when he won bronze in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics . Here's a poster to print and display to celebrate his fantastic achievement.
Skeleton bronze medallist Dom Parsons was almost unknown prior to the 2018 Winter Olympics Pyeongchang, and his medal is a fantastic achievement.
Skeleton is a fast and icy Winter Olympic sport. You can learn to draw this person ready to set off on their sled!
Lizzy Yarnold is the most successful British Winter Olympian of all time, and also the most successful Olympic Skeleton competitor ever - what an achievement! Have fun colouring in our picture of this inspirational athlete.
Celebrate skeleton racer Lizzy Yarnold becoming the most successful British Winter Olympian of all time by printing and displaying this poster of her celebrating her fantastic gold medal at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics.
The children could use this story paper to write a report about Lizzy Yarnold winning her second Olympic gold medal in the skeleton event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Or you could write a creative story about competing in this exciting sport...
Here's a picture of the skeleton winter sporting event - one of the most exciting events at the Winter Olympics, and possibly the most dangerous! Choose from two colouring pages, one with word and one without.
Would you like to dive head-first onto a steel sled and hurtle down an ice-track at more than 80 miles (140 km) an hour? Not me! Here's a poster of the skeleton event for you to print and display. Choose from two version, with word and without.
The skeleton is thrilling winter sport where a person rides a small sled known as a skeleton bobsled down a frozen track, lying face down - can the kids write a story based on this exciting sport on our story paper?
Skeleton racers race lying on their stomach, on a thin sledge - it's a very exciting sport to watch, perfect for inspiring some creative writing!