Winter Olympics Activities

Winter Olympic activities get your child to go for the gold! Prepare for the opening ceremony with activities that let your child celebrate the diverse cultures represented at the games, or crafts that help your child take part in your own opening ceremony. Between events, try making your own winter Olympics activities that put your child in the action, like ring toss competitions and sporty anagrams. And don't forget to give your child a DIY medal for a job well done! Try these Winter Olympic activities to celebrate the international games.

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Gather the neighborhood children together and host an Olympic Games for Kids, right in your own backyard!
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If standard relay races and typical scavenger hunts have lost their charm, host the Egg Olympics instead! Get the whole family involved in the competition.
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These Olympic-themed treats are so quick and easy that even little hands can be a big help!
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Spark your third grader's interest in the Winter Olympics by creating a banner of world flags, and then following each country's activity in the Olympic Games!
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Show your kid how to put a new spin on an old classic with this fun party game.
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Show your third grader how to craft his own version of the symbolic Olympic rings using some easy-to-find art supplies!
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This brain teaser challenges your fifth grader to unscramble some specialized Winter Olympics language.
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Guide your third grader through writing a descriptive paragraph about her favorite sporting event from the Winter Olympic Games.
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Why not have your fifth grader put herself in her favorite athlete's shoes? She'll love learning about an athlete that she admires.
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Your family will have a blast getting into the sporty spirit with these Olympics-themed contests. Here's how to get started:
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Help your 4th grader master the art of reading and analyzing bar graphs while following the Winter Olympics with this fun math activity.
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Prepare for the Olympics by creating a colorful print with your child inspired by the Games' iconic symbol, the Olympic rings.
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Transform your kid into an Olympic champion with this fun medal-making project.
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Stir up some friendly competition just in time for the Summer Olympics with this tabletop bow and arrow craft!
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What's the first thing an Olympic athlete does after arriving in the Olympic Village? Send a postcard to the folks back home, of course!
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Make a simple construction paper headband to show his Olympic pride in this quick and easy arts and crafts activity.
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Make this delectable custard, meringue, and graham cracker pie will give your fifth grader practice with measurement and get him interested in the kitchen.
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If your first grader aspires to be an Olympic superstar, this portraiture project is for him!

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