Help your children through the upcoming Times Tables testing with this resource. The resource includes 6 timed stages from finalist (2s, 5s and 10s with division facts) to platinum (up to 12s with associated division facts). The answers for each stage are also included.
A PowerPoint giving information about the 2018 Winter Olympics, South Korea and the events involved etc. Resource also includes a lesson plan and KS2/Level 2 and KS1/Level1 versions of a maths activity where children have to plan a trip to South Korea to see some of the events and stick to a budget. This works well in mixed ability pairs or as individual tasks. Also includes a Winter Olympics word search for early finishers.
Every 4 years PE teachers around the world get the opportunity to introduce, engage, and take their students inside the Winter Olympic Games!
This resource is like a torch, ready to be passed to you and your students! It comes with 15 fully detailed visuals filled with ideas/activities to bring the Winter Olympic games to life inside your gym.
Passing the Torch
Match your Country
Do them as individual activities or use them as stations.
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The Winter Olympics are almost here! Use these Winter Games close reading passages, writing activities, graphic organizers, task cards, STEM, Winter Games math and literacy printables, and other fun resources to build excitement with your students as the world unites for the Winter Olympics in 2018.
As athletes from around the world come together for the Winter Games in South Korea this February, you will love using this cross-curricular unit. It is filled to the brim with engaging activities across the content. During the Winter Games in 2018 reach for the gold with your students.
Included in this giant hands-on Winter Games resource:
5 Winter Games Close Reading Passages with Comprehension Questions and Graphic Organizers
37 Pages of Winter Games Printables & Graphic Organizers to help direct learning
2 Winter Games Medal Tracking Activities
1 Winter Games Mini Quiz
1 South Korea Research Brochure
9 Wither Games Posters
6 pages of Winter Games Interactive Notebook components
14 Winter Games Word Wall Vocabulary Cards
16 Winter Games Task Cards
1 Winter Games STEM Project Idea
11 Pages of Winter Games Writing Activities
13 Country Research Fill-Ins Book Marks + Blank
13 Country Research Organizers + Blank
10 Pages of Winter Games Math and ELA activities
1 Winter Games Charades game
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This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the origins and history of the Olympic Games, from the ancient Olympia to their revival in the late 19th century.
After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including comprehension questions, a gap filling exercise and True or False exercises. The text can be used for vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework.
This resource contains a fully editable, 90-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Winter Olympics and the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at PyeongChang, Korea.
The PowerPoint makes reference to
- The History of the Winter Olympics
- The events in the Winter Games
- GB's performances and achievements in past Olympics
- Eddie the Eagle
- GB's ten gold medallists
- PyeongChang 2018
- The Venues and Stadiums
- The PyeongChang 2018 mascot and torch
- Team GB and medal hopes for PyeongChang
The presentation includes hyperlinks to a sneak preview of PyeongChang, a short video about Soohorang, the events taking place at the Games, GB's ice hockey gold medal, Eddie the Eagle's ski jumping, John Curry and Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean's ice-dances and the amazing snowboarders, Jamie Nicholls and Katie Ormerod, in action.
A 60-slide PowerPoint lesson / assembly is also available for the Winter Paralympics taking place in March
The Winter Paralympics - PyeongChang 2018
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A PowerPoint that is perfect for looking at Ancient Greek Olympic Games. Looks at the history behind the Olympic Games as well as who took part, the history behind the Olympic torch and what happened during the games too. Perfect to be used as an introduction and easily links to PE lessons based around the different events.
This song ( in a rock and roll style) tells the story of the founding of the Olympics. Kronos and Zeus wrestle for the prize of the Earth. In commemoration of this, Zeus, the winner declares a four yearly sporting celebration (The Olympics). Included in the pack, is a video, A PPT, vocal and backing tracks , lyrics
A basic powerpoint about the winter olympics. After the powerpoint is shown the children then should research the winter olympics and then create a powerpoint themselves. I used this with my Year 6 class during those snowy days when we couldn’t do PE they enjoyed the task. Updated to include the Vancouver Games.
A 2 week plan, based on ancient greek play scripts. All of the resources are also here for you. Some have been adapted from elsewhere so thank you in advance for any inspiration received!
I wrote this plan for my year 4 class but it is easily adapted for other year groups.
Please comment if you have used it !
A great set of dominoes on the modern Olympic Games for OCR A level PE. Brilliant for collaborative learning!
Here’s a versatile resource that allows you to print a number of domino style cards on the topics of the modern Olympic Games.
Have your students work together on their own or in small groups in order to complete the domino circle. Then check their answers and understanding by projecting the power point dominoes onto the whiteboard.
Great formative assessment for learning activity - you can really see what your students understand and where they need more guidance.
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Have your students plan a trip to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Your students will research the flight information, hotel accommodations, South Korean general information, Olympic events, Olympic tickets and Olympic mascots. Everything your students need to explore and get excited for the Winter Games. All links provided for web research.
Google Classroom link provided as well.
A complete week of English planning, presentations and resources. written for year 3/ 4 but very easy to adapt for other age ranges. Every resource needed is included.
Links with an Olympic and/or Ancient Greek topic. Perfect unit when preparing for a class or sharing assembly, as chdn create a performance poem at the end of the week.
Explore concrete (shape) poetry.
Learn about the events at the ancient Greek games.
Write poems using the laurel wreath shape (about Olympic events)
Perform the poems in groups, creating a collaborative poem by combining your work.
You could even create a laurel wreath to wear that also contains your poem! (great for class assemblies)
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This set of 79 Olympic Event Drama Cards comes with 4 suggested drama activities (Olympic Scenes; Monologues; Movement; Duo-logues) but can be used in so many more ways. Create some great scenes with these drama cards that you can use over and over again!
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1: Berlin Olympics 1936 - 80 years on
1(a). PowerPoint presentation about the Berlin Olympics in August 1936.
Includes slides on the stars of the games; the modern nature of the games; the Nazis and the Olympics; football controversy and a quiz about the ’36 Olympics.
1(b). Berlin Olympics work book.
Includes tasks on writing a mini biography of one of the key figures involved in the ’36 games; answering written questions about the Berlin Olympics and writing a report as a journalist working in Berlin in August 1936.
2: Olympics Deal or No Deal; Based on the TV game show, this is an interactive PowerPoint based quiz.
There are 20 multiple choices questions about the Olympics Games.
Players need to:
• Choose a numbered box and pick an answer to a question.
• Click on an answer and, if right, the answer will go green.
• Click next and the banker will make a points offer.
• Deal, and they keep all the points, and someone else gets to play.
• Don’t deal and they play on.
• If answered incorrectly, they’re out of the game and lose all the points
• It at the end teams are level, there’s a tie breaker to decide who wins