Summer Olympics Worksheets
The torch is one of the hallmark symbols of the Olympic games. But what exactly does it stand for? Get a lesson in symbolism with this Olympics worksheet.
Clothes have changed over the decades, and it's the same for Olympic fashion. Your child can construct his own flipbook of Olympic athletes over the years.
Learn about historical landmarks with this Big Ben coloring page, the nickname for the bell found in one of the clock towers in Westminster Palace in London.
Have your child shoot for the stars like the athletes in the Olympic Games. They too can represent the United States in the Summer Olympics. Your child can imagine becoming one of those athletes while . . .
Take a shot at probability with Olympic archery. Calculate the probability of an arrow hitting a certain color or a particular number of points.
In no time at all, your third grader will be a pro at changing units of measurement--like converting between meters, kilometers, and centimeters.
Can you compete in the Olympics? Sure you can! Add your way down the lanes to find out who wins this math race.
Take a splash in the pool and add for the gold! Your little Olympian can practice adding multiple double-digit numbers as she swims for first place.
Did you know there is math in the Olympics? Swim your way to the gold by adding multiple sets of double-digit numbers.