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Focus on the history of the Olympic Games with this differentiated reading comprehension and writing unit. It’s a perfect addition to your language arts curriculum. Use the leveled reading passages and activities with 4th, 5th, or 6th grade upper elementary students. The Olympic Games informational text works well for a variety of learners, including ELL and special education students. This NO PREP lesson plan will work great for literacy centers. Click to preview all that’s included! #forkids
There’s a funny nickname for the combination of jeans and a jean jacket. It’s jokingly known as a “Canadian tuxedo.”Canada’s Olympic team has embraced the country’s casualness and love of denim, as well as Tokyo’s street art. The team’s official closing ceremony outfit is a jean jacket adorned with what looks like spray-painted images of a Canadian flag, Japanese letters and the Olympic logo.
The 2020 Summer Olympics torch relay is finally underway. The Olympic flame, which was kindled in Olympia, Greece, on March 12, 2020, and transported to Japan on March 20, 2020, spent a year at the Olympic Museum in Tokyo after the Games were postponed due to the coronavirus. It began its 121-day journey from Fukushima to Tokyo's National Stadium — the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies — on March 25, 2021.
This fun 41 page Rio Olympics instant download bumper creative art activity pack for kids is ideal for classroom/homeschool use, Olympic themed parties, party bag fillers and holiday entertainment. A detailed resource pack designed to enthuse and engage children in a fun, experimental way and to encourage the exploration of colour, shape, abstract pattern and graphic design, whilst learning about sport, the Olympic games and Brazil
It seems like the Rio Olympics were only a couple of months ago, not almost 4 years ago! With Tokyo 2020 just around the corner, it’s a great time to get children educated on the importance of exercise. With so many sports out there, take this opportunity to show them something new. Starting children off at a young age with exercise is key to developing a healthy lifestyle and connecting with exercise and good eating habits.
Tokyo was selected to be the host city for the 2020 Olympic games. Tokyo hosted its first Olympic Games in 1964. This makes Tokyo the first city in Asia to host the Games twice, and all Japan, not only Tokyo, is excited to have the Olympics. Baseball/softball, karate, skateboarding, sports climbing, and surfing have been added as sports to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Focus on the history and symbolism of the Olympic Games with this differentiated reading and writing unit! Perfect for upper elementary or middle school! Vocabulary support, reading passages, writing activities, and an assessment are included! #closereading #olympics #lessonplans #olympicgames