Olympics in the Classroom
posted by: Melissa | February 06, 2018, 08:51 PM   

This Friday, countries from all over the world are going to converge on Seoul, South Korea to begin the 2018 Winter Olympics. Students will doubtless be watching the coverage at home in the evenings, and incorporating the two-week celebration into lessons is a sure way to pique student interest and add relevance to the subject matter.


Below, we have listed the best 2018 Winter Olympics Resources for teachers:


The Olympic Games Collection; Scholastic

8 Ways to Celebrate the Winter Games in Your Classroom; We Are Teachers

22 Books to Get Students Excited About the Olympics; We Are Teachers

15 Tech Tidbits to Bring the 2018 Winter Olympic Games Into Your Classroom; School Library Journal

4 STEM Activities That Bring the Olympics Into Your Classroom; Engineering is Elementary

2018 Olympic Activities for Students That Will Strengthen Vocabulary; Sadlier

Bringing the Gold to Class: 2018 Winter Olympics; Annenberg Learner

Countdown to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games; Education World

Science of the Olympic Winter Games; NBC Learn

Winter Olympics; Activity Village

Winter Olympics; EdHelper

PyongChang 2018 Games & Activities; CBC

Using the Olympics in Your PE Lessons; Spark

A Beginning List For Learning About The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics; Larry Ferlazzo

6 Tools to Incorporate Technology into Winter Olympics Lessons; TeachersFirst

Olympic Games for Physical Education; Livestrong

 

Lessons

Winter Olympics 5-Day Nonfiction Reading Strategy Lesson Plan, Grades 3–8

The Winter Olympics begin today!; ReadWriteThink

Passport to the 2018 Winter Olympics; Action for Healthy Kids

Ancient Greek Olympics Lesson Plan; Study.com

Olympic Engineering; TeachEngineering


How are you using the Olympics in your classroom?

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