Laura Deas, from Wales, is quite the sports woman! Did you know she represented North Wales for hockey, and was team captain for Wales for eventing (ponies)?
Colour in this picture of Laura Deas, bronze medal winner in the skeleton event at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics!
Here's a great challenge for the Commonwealth Games this year - to place all 70 competing countries, nations and territories on our simplified outline map of the world. Colour in the larger countries and place a dot for the smaller ones.
This is an interesting group activity - or one to work on over a few days, perhaps in the run up to the Commonwealth Games this year. We ask children to find out the size of the 70 nations taking part in terms of land mass and population.
This is a really challenging puzzle that will stretch your word search skills. There are 20 hidden sports - all enjoyed this year at the Commonwealth Games - and we haven't told you what they are!
We've scrambled up the letters of the sports that will be enjoyed at the Cold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - and it's very tricky to work out what they are! We have 3 levels of this puzzle, and a solution if you get stuck.
Here are some useful display letters for your Commonwealth Games displays - spelling out Gold Coast 2018!
Here's a simple colouring page for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games that will give the kids the chance to colour in the letters, the year and the Roman numerals for 21 - the 21st Games.
This worksheets tells children a little about Borobi, the mascot for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, and what he stands for - and then asks them to design their own mascot for the Games.
Choose from the two acrostic poem printable below and get the kids crafting their own poem for the Commonwealth Games - using the letters of GAMES to start each line.
These letters - spelling COMMONWEALTH GAMES - have been filled with the colours of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 logo to match in with all our other 2018 printables. Colourful and large, they should make an eye-catching display!
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...
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.
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.
Use our story paper to write a report about Izzy Atkin winning her Bronze medal for Great Britain in the ski slopestyle event, then colour in her picture too!
Print and display this poster of freestyle skier Izzy Atkin celebrating winning a bronze medal in the slopestyle event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Colour in this picture of Izzy Atkin celebrating her fantastic bronze medal win for Great Britain in the ski slopestyle event.
Skeleton bronze medallist Dom Parsons was almost unknown prior to the 2018 Winter Olympics Pyeongchang, and his medal is a fantastic achievement.