Learn a little about the Olympic Games, Ancient and Modern, and then test yourself to see what you remember!The Ancient Olympic Games
Winter Olympics Worksheets
These Winter Olympics worksheets are a fun way to engage the children in the Olympic games and involve them with their country's teams. We also have a large collection of general Olympic Worksheets that you might be useful.
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.
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 an online distance finder or a map, ruler and scale to work out the distance from your home town to all the host cities of the Olympic Games. Which was closest and where was furthest away? We have summer and winter versions available.
Children can practice map skills with our Olympic Games host countries worksheet. We've given the year and the city which hosted the games: children can test their geographical knowledge by filling in the country column. There are summer and winter versions to try.
Children can have fun learning their ordinal numbers with the help of some Olympic medals and a bit of colouring.
Fun Olympics acrostic poem printables to use in the classroom or home. Just start each line with a word beginning with the appropriate 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.