The slogan for this summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo is "United in Emotion". This fun worksheet asks children to think about what it means, and come up with their own alternative.
Read the interesting information on the Tokyo Olympics Games, then answer the questions in multiple choice format. An answer sheet is included.
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.
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.
Ask friends, families and classmates what their favourite Olympic sport is, then fill our this bar chart accordingly. A fun Olympic project!
Here is a simple shark colouring page for younger children. Choose from one a page with the word underneath, or one with dotted font for tracing. We have provided 2 versions of the letter "k". All the pages are in one pdf file so make sure to print just the page you want!
Olympic opening ceremonies are always full of exciting and unusual moments! Draw your favourite moment from the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games inside this special picture frame.
We've all had a little longer to wait for the Tokyo Olympics, and the children can use this story paper to write about what they are looking forward to most about this highly anticipated event!
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".
The world has had to wait an extra year for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, but as always there will be many fantastic sporting moments for the children to capture in this picture gallery!
Children can practise their cutting skills by cutting out the gold, silver and bronze Olympic medals on these printable sheets. There are two versions of each medal: with dotted cutting guidelines, and without (for an extra challenge).
The kids can draw their favourite moment from Tokyo 2020 inside this picture frame - perhaps a gold medal-winning moment, an act of sportsmanship or something else?
Just like opening ceremonies, Olympic Games closing ceremonies are often amazing spectacles. The children can recreate their favourite moments inside this Tokyo 2020 closing ceremony picture frame.
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.
This simple poster shows all the host cities (and their countries) for the Summer Olympic Games, going back all the way to their start in 1896. Use it for discussion, for a quiz, or even for a "distance from here" activity.
What do you know about the Ancient Olymipcs? We've pulled together some information in "fun fact" format to get the kids started.
What do you know about the modern Olympic Games? We've compiled a short history and pulled out a few fun facts that you can share with the kids.
Younger children will enjoy matching up the colours and numbers on this lovely whale colour by number puzzle.