Here's a fun cutting and sticking activity that the kids will enjoy! Cut out the small squares and then stick them in the correct place on our Olympic Games colouring picture. And then, of course, colour the picture in!
There are six different patterns on our Olympic themed worksheet. Can the kids work out what image should be next in line? They can draw the answer into the box, or cut out one of our Olympic patterns tiles to stick on.
See if the kids can follow the logic behind the patterns on this worksheet. They can either draw their own version of the next in line in the box, or cut out one of our Olympic patterns tiles to stick on.
This Olympic wreath symmetry worksheet asks the kid to copy one half of the wreath over to the other side of the page. The worksheet with the grid is easier, but still challenging!
Our symmetry worksheets are a real challenge for the kids. We have two versions, one gridded (easier) and one blank. Can children draw the missing half of the Olympic medal?
Our third Olympic themed counting worksheet ask the kids to sort and count the jumbled up pictures and write the correct number for each one in the box.
Here is the second of our Olympic counting worksheets. Kids should count the images in each line and then write the correct number in the box.
Count the Olympic pictures and write the correct number in the box at the right of every line. A fun early years worksheet for the Olympic classroom!
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!
Children can trace over the dotted lines in the word "torch", starting on the dots. And we've provided a colouring picture too.
Print out our torch handwriting worksheet for the kids during the Olympic Games. It's a fun way to practice and perfect your handwriting! They can write the word on their own on the last line…
Here is a fun handwriting worksheet for beginners during the Olympic Games! Show the kids how to form the letters in the word "torch" by finger tracing over them, starting on the dotted lines and following the direction of the arrows. Then colour in the picture…
When the kids are confident about the right way to form their letters, let them practice with our Olympics word tracing worksheet. We still give them a hint of where to start each letter in the form of a dot...
This fun Olympics handwriting worksheet will give the kids plenty of time to develop their handwriting skills and learn how to spell and write the word.
For young learners, "medal" is a useful word to learn to spell and write at the time of the Olympic Games! This handwriting worksheet gives lots of practice, as well as a colouring picture for the kids.
With the Olympics coming up, this handwriting worksheets is a fun way to familiarise the kids with the spelling of Olympics. Start by tracing over the letters with your child's finger.
Our medal finger tracing printable is designed to help beginner writers with their letter formation, while giving them something to colour in too. Trace over the letters with your child's finger first, starting on the dots and following the direction of the arrows.