Summer Olympics for Kids
These Olympic-themed treats are so quick and easy that even little hands can be a big help!
In this arts and crafts activity, give your preschooler a sense of victory by letting her practice early math and helping her create a laurel wreath crown.
The next time your kids are pent up inside because of bad weather, try hosting a Balloon Olympics!
The Olympic torch must burn brightly as a symbol of the enduring tradition of the Olympics. Here's how to make your own!
Help your first grade reader understand verbs by doing them in this boisterous playground relay race.
Gather the neighborhood children together and host an Olympic Games for Kids, right in your own backyard!
Let your second grader pay homage to an ancient Olympic tradition with this modern day Olympic wreath!
Show your third grader how to craft his own version of the symbolic Olympic rings using some easy-to-find art supplies!
Celebrate the Olympic Games this year with this fun and easy 3rd grade arts and crafts activity: make Olympic ring bracelets using just tape and colored string.
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.
Your family will have a blast getting into the sporty spirit with these Olympics-themed contests. Here's how to get started:
Start a unique tradition with your fourth grader; bake and paint one-of-a-kind Olympic pins--out of salt dough!
Horse chestnuts are inedible, but British children found a fun use for them around the 1840s by turning them into a game called Conkers.
How can your child learn about nations during the Olympics? By adopting 5 teams as his own! Here's how.
Why not have your fifth grader put herself in her favorite athlete's shoes? She'll love learning about an athlete that she admires.