Summer Olympics Worksheets
Whoa, this spider is quite the spinster! He is actually one of many brand new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
Got an Olympic enthusiast on your hands? This handy chart is a great way to keep track of all the winners of the 2012 Summer Olympics!
We all love the Olympics, but who knew there was a motto for it? Learn about "Citius-Altius-Fortius" with this printable about Olympic symbols.
Check out a fun and simple Olympic timeline which highlights some of the most memorable moments throughout history.
Emerging equestrians will love this cute coloring sheet of a sunny day at the stables.
Basketball's a popular sport year-round, so no matter the weather, pull out this color by number to appease your sports fan.
This basketball coloring page features a basketball player attempting to make a basket. Add color to help bring this exciting scene to life!
This sweet coloring page features a young jockey spending some quality time with his horse.
This fun coloring page features two riders competing in an equestrian competition.
This coloring page features a basketball star on his way to dunking the ball into the net.
This tennis coloring page features a tennis player powerfully hitting the ball with his racket. Add color to help bring the picture to life!
Serve up an ace with this tennis coloring page! You and your kids can brush up on your knowledge of tennis terms as you color.
Your future archer can add color to this bow and arrow coloring page! If your aim is to get her to settle down for a little while, point him in this direction.
This badminton player looks like he's getting ready to serve the birdie! If your youngster is sports-minded, he'll love this coloring page.
As your child decorates this coloring page, they'll imagine the outcome of this fencing match.
Get out some crayons or colored pencils and decorate this diver coloring page.
This kindergarten coloring page features an exciting moment as a soccer goalie attempts a diving save. Can he save the game?
Cycling is a great form of exercise! Decorate this coloring page while thinking of all the fun ways you like to stay healthy.
This swimming coloring page features a swimmer kicking her way to the other side of the pool. Color her in and help her realize her dream of winning this race!
Encourage your child to keep fit and make being healthy fun with this coloring page of a pack of competitive runners.
Help your child learn about the sport of running and all the good qualities runners must have with this coloring sheet.
This track and field coloring page pictures a hurdler mid-jump. Use this track and field coloring page with your little runner, jumper, or shot putter.
This winning coloring page features two female gymnasts in full form, one on the bars and one performing a floor routine.
Grapple with this wrestling coloring page that depicts one of the most popular sports in the world!
Go for the gold with this fun coloring project. Your little Olympian can decorate these medals and host his very own awards ceremony!
Future track stars can get pumped up for the Olympics with this long jump coloring page. The long jump is an Olympic sport that requires strength and agility, and has been part of the Olympics since ancient times!
Has your kid taken to sports like a fish to water? Hand her this swimmer coloring page, featuring an Olympic swimmer in the middle of an intense race.
Future sports stars will love coloring this javelin champion in honor of the Summer Olympic Games!
Rhythmic gymnastics is a popular sport to watch at the Olympics. Maybe one day your child will make it there!
Got an antsy kid stuck indoors this summer? Color and work on counting at the same time with this Olympics-themed color by number of a pole vaulter.
Archery is one of the most exciting sports in the Olympic games! Learn more about this and other sports that are featured in the summer Olympics with this Olympic-themed coloring page.
Learn more about the exciting sport of indoor track cycling as you color this Olympic coloring page.
Get a leg up on everyone's favorite sport...football! If your child is gearing up for this summer's Olympic games, this coloring page is a great way to introduce him to one of the featured competitions.
As your child gears up for the Summer Olympics, this coloring page of a runner after a race will get him pumped for his favorite sport.
Got a kid in gymnastics? Inspire him with this coloring page of a gymnast, just in time for the summer Olympics.
This long-distance runner is all out of breath, but it looks like he finished first! Get your child excited for the Summer Olympics with this coloring page of an Olympic athlete.
Hosting a backyard Olympics this summer? Be prepared with homemade gold, silver and bronze medals for your champions!
Get together with your little Olympian to learn a bit about the symbolism behind the games! He'll even get to cut out his own Olympic rings.
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.
Take a dive into math practice! Your first grader can take addition to a new level by adding up multiple two-digit numbers.
Win the gold medal for math! Aspiring Olympians can "swim" to the other end of the pool by adding up multiple numbers.
Dive into math! Five countries are competing in diving in the Olympics, and they have been scored on four dives. Find the mode, median and mean of their scores.
Jump over the hurdles of math by learning mode, median and mean. Use you knowledge of data analysis to put each country's scores in a graph and award the winners!
Flip your way to finding the mean, median and mode of these Olympic scores! Practice basic data analysis, and then put the information in a bar graph.
Learn the score system of archery through this fun reading comprehension game involving color, identification and counting!
Run circles around math practice with a fun multiplication sheet! Your math whiz can work on her times tables, basketball style.
Better or best? Go for the gold in this Olympic adjectives worksheet. Your child will practice using comparative and superlative adjectives.
How do you make a sentence? Help your first grader build his reading and writing skills by rearranging the jumbled words to make a complete sentence!
Run, race, jog and sprint to the goal! Your sporty student can learn how to identify words with similar meanings by completing this synonyms sheet.
Challenge your third grader to unscramble all ten of these basketball words. He won't even realize that he's practicing his spelling and logic skills!
If your child would rather be on the court than in the classroom, get him pumped about vocabulary with this basketball-themed word search.
Little athletes will love testing their logic skills with a fun word search, all about the Summer Olympics!
What is different about these two pictures? Have some fun with your little gymnast, and search for the six differences between these two scenes.
Find the difference in these two pictures of Olympic swimmers collecting their medals on the podium.
Mary Lou Retton tumbled into America's heart in the 1988 Olympics. Read about her Olympic victories in this worksheet, then complete a short exercise to practice her reading skills. For fun, there's a . . .
Michael Phelps swam his way to success, as your young student will find out in this biography worksheet on one of the greatest swimmers in the world.
Jesse Owens' successes in the 1938 Olympics made history and paved the way for African-Americans in sports and other fields.
Celebrate Black History Month with this printable about athlete and Olympic gold medal winner Jesse Owens.
Learn more about the Olympic sport of cycling with this worksheet that contains reading comprehension and fun puzzles.
Get straight to the point with this worksheet about fencing, one of the lesser-known Olympic sports.
It's time to saddle up for the Olympics! Learn more about the equestrian events at the Olympics with this reading worksheet.
Get geared up for the Olympics with this fun reading worksheet about the first modern Olympic games, held in -- where else? -- Greece in 1896.
Is your child having trouble navigating the rough waters of reading? Hand her this celebratory worksheet about one of the more obscure Olympic events: canoeing and kayaking.