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China and More Olympic Lessons

Posted by on 19 July 2008

I found some more materials to use for this lesson today.  They’re great supplements and vocabulary.  There’s many printables to choose from. 

All of the following come from  First, there’s many printables here that cover Summer Olympics vocabulary with a word search, crossword puzzle, activities, theme paper and more.  There are printable for the Olympic sports of archery, fencing, basketball, baseball, athletics and badminton.  There also printables for aquatic sports like diving, swimming, and water polo.  Each of these sports has at least 5 pages of activities.  The site will also be updating with more sports all the way up until the Summer Olympics begin.  I recommend that you check the site to keep updated with the new sports printables.  However, I’ll also keep my blog updated with the new ones on a regular basis.

You’ll find an Olympic scrapbook cover, Olympic medals and Olympic rings lined paper at, along with other materials.  They have a black & white or color printable Certificate of Olympic Achievement as well.  For several coloring activities and other printables, you’ll want to check the site out.

For China related material, ActivityVillage has an Introduction to China as well as a China flag coloring page.  There’s also a blank outline map, map with borders or labeled map of China.  You’ll also find fun printables like the Chinese zodiac chart or zodiac poster, a Chinese calligraphy number poster, and 4 sets of Chinese calligraphy character cards and games.

2 Responses to China and More Olympic Lessons

  1. Debbie

    Wow, you found lots of stuff! What I would like to know is… do you make links out of words in your post. I haven’t figured that out yet.

    How’s K coming along on this?

  2. armyfamilyok

    Yeah, there was a wealth of material out there!! I’m really glad. We actually didn’t start it this week. She “conned” me into starting after her visit to my parents house. She says she’ll work on it when she gets back until the Schoolhouse starts. YAY!!

    I’m not sure how you’d add it. For me, it’s “add media”. Instead of uploading a picture or media, I paste in the link and a “description”. In the post, it shows up as just the description word.

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