Every athlete deserves a moment of glory. To make it happen, set up a simple awards podium (we used sturdy milk crates) and hand out homemade gold, silver, and bronze medals. We made ours by painting the underside of a paper dessert plate with metallic paint, then gluing glitter around the rim and in a laurel pattern on the center. We added a smiley face with black glitter glue and stapled on a loop of ribbon. When awarding the medals, pass around kazoos and have everyone join in
25 Olympic Recipes, Crafts, and Activities- Celebrate watching the Olympics with these fun recipes, crafts, and activity ideas! We LOVE watching the Olympics! It’s so inspiring to watch the greatest athletes in the world competing together and living their dreams. It’s so neat to hear their stories and feel a glimpse of their emotions. Plus of course,... Read More »
With this little craftivity, students can write what event they would receive a gold medal in, whether it be academic, athletic, etc. Behind the gold medal, students can write about what it is they are good at, what they would do to achieve a gold medal in that event, or what they would do if they won a gold medal.
Movement is so important to incorporate into our children’s daily life. I believe it is our job as parents to encourage an active, healthy lifestyle. If your children get excited about the Olympics like mine do, than use this excitement to create your own living room or backyard Olympics. You can host different challenges every …