O is for Olympics
I love this cute and super creative idea! Colorful fruit loops work perfect with this printable to make a colorful fun Olympic ring!
Natural Olympic Rings
How fun is this activity?! What a fun way to take our learning outside! This time of year might be difficult to find each of the colors but that won't stop us from trying! :)
Torn Paper Torch
Simple and still so creative! My little paper tearing creatives would love this craft! All you need is a little construction paper and imagination! :)
Olympic Ring Toss
Who doesn't love a toss game? Especially if you're a preschooler! :) This colorful and fun toss looks like a blast! I know my girls are going to flip over it! You'll just need a stapler, construction paper, and a couple colorful buttons.
You know I couldn't write a post without including a picture book. :) I discovered an alphabet book perfect for different age ranges. Younger learners could enjoy the pictures and a short paragraph while older readers could enjoy reading more detailed information about the olympics.
I saw these salt dough medals and thought they were too cute! Just your regular salt dough recipe, a little gold paint, and fun ribbon. How fun!
I hope these ideas inspire a little Olympic fun for you and your littles! Want this Trace and Color activity page? Click the link below for an instant download! Happy Olympic celebrating!