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Please click to follow Gifted Creative Thinkers. Thank you! This interdisciplinary Winter Olympics project for Math, ELA, and Science can be implemented easily with no teacher preparation. Math concepts will be applied to write real-world word problems. Students will research official websites for information about Olympic athletes and results. You could provide websites for your students in an online program or simply write them on the whiteboard. They can also use newspapers and watch live b
Winter Olympics Fun for Middle Schoolers!Looking for a way to incorporate the Winter Olympics into your class?This packet of ten activities includes seven logic puzzles, one cryptogram, one grid matching puzzle, and one grid drawing sheet. This product has been updated with the digital overlay feature, perfect to use with distance or virtual learning! It can be assigned to students in a Google Classroom. You can either use the digital overlay already created, or create your own! For more in
Winter Olympics Readings Set: Take Advantage of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games that not only increase reading analysis skills but also teach about the Winter Olympics! This Winter Olympics Readings Set includes 5 ready made and attractive Olympic Informational Text science articles. This set was developed when I had difficultly finding pre-made quality ways to integrate the Olympics in a meaningful way. Each article title comes in two levels for easy differentiation among grades 4-8.
Grades:
4th - 9th
Teach non-fiction comprehension skills by using research to learn about the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Students will stay engaged with informational text throughout this week-long unit. The materials in this unit are interactive and utilize multimodal strategies to increase student engagement and outcomes. This unit integrates technology, vocabulary, writing, art, reading strategies and more! Students will respond to informational text by answering questions in a stud
This is a newspaper project centered around the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. I use it in my middle school BioMed: Sports Science class, but it can be easily adapted for many grade levels and subjects.
Grades:
5th - 12th
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Clicking, dragging, dropping, rotating...Winter Olympics style! This product is divided into four "versions," arranged by difficulty. Students can be given three difficulty levels or a fourth version that has all three difficulties on the same presentation. Students rotate the tiles to match up the Olympic themed items.
From February 4 to February 20, 2022 families will be riveted to their televisions watching the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing. Get your students ready to appreciate this experience to the fullest.Including:The unique culture of ChinaThe landmarks of BeijingThe magnificent Olympic venuesThe events of the Winter Olympic Games The history Stories of the athletes who have dominated their sportAthletes to watch for in 2022Human interest stories such as that of the Jamaican Bobsled Team, Eddie The E
Grades:
5th - 11th
Teach physics concepts this year through the exhilarating sports of the winter olympics. This NGSS unit is a dive into the sports of Curling, Bobsledding, and Downhill Skiing and includes a research project in which students can investigate the science behind their favorite winter sport. Close reading passages anchor your students learning, supported by graphic organizers and activities to show the properties of motion in action. Included in this bundle: - Downhill Skiing Close Reading Passage &
Teach physics concepts this year through the exhilarating sports of the winter olympics. This NGSS lesson is a dive into the unique sport of Curling. The close reading passage anchors your students learning, supported by the graphic organizer and "Penny Curling" STEM activity. Included in this bundle: - Curling Close Reading Passage - "Five Rings" Graphic Organizer- Penny Curling Activity Directions - Penny Curling Recording & Analysis SheetVocabulary Addressed: ForceNewton’s 3rd LawFricti
Grades:
6th - 10th
Teach physics concepts this year through the exhilarating sports of the winter olympics. This NGSS lesson is a dive into the sport of Bobsledding. The close reading passage anchors your students learning, supported by the graphic organizer and "Bobsled Race Track Design" STEM activity. Included in this bundle: - Bobsledding Close Reading Passage - "Five Rings" Graphic Organizer- Marble Bobsled Race Design Activity Directions - Marble Bobsled Race Design Recording SheetVocabulary Addressed: Velo
Grades:
6th - 10th
Teach physics concepts this year through the exhilarating sports of the winter olympics. This NGSS lesson is a dive into the sport of Downhill Skiing. The close reading passage anchors your students learning, supported by the graphic organizer and "Penny Ski Slope" STEM design activity. Included in this bundle: - Downhill Skiing Close Reading Passage - "Five Rings" Graphic Organizer- Penny Ski Slope Design Activity Directions - Ski Slope Design Recording SheetVocabulary Addressed: Speed ForceNe
Grades:
6th - 10th
Beijing Winter Olympics Math Set: Take Advantage of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games with rigorous and relevant problem sets that not only increase math skill but also teach about the Winter Olympics!This Summer Olympics Math Set includes 8 ready made and attractive Olympic problem sets that center around several Winter Olympic sports and themes. This set was developed when I had difficultly finding pre-made quality ways to integrate the Olympics in a meaningful way. The Olympic Math Set in
This is the ULTIMATE "Print and Go" packet to get your students involved and engaged with the 2018 Olympics *Graphing sports on a bar graph and interpreting data *Addition/Subtraction Word Problems *Addition/Subtraction Color by Number *FIVE full page writing prompts (with illustration box) *Winter Olympics Word Wall Words *Olympics MINI BOOK (perfect for morning work or quick check) 11 half pages and cover *Cut and Paste Journal Prompts * Compare and Contrast for different sports *Word Sear
Passion Connected, Let Everyone Shine: The motto of this years Winter Olympics is a perfect description of this series of activities enclosed in this package. The PyeongChang Winter Olympics is a time to engage your students in the Olympic spirit. This integrated Phys. Ed., Social Studies, ELA, Science and Math unit will ignite the passion that the Olympics inspire. Pair your students and have them choose a country to participate in this unit. This is definitely a way to let your students s
Grades:
5th - 8th
Kids learn best when they are motivated, and what better to motivate them than the Winter Games? This bundle will help you turn the excitement of the Winter Games into a real-time learning activity in your classroom.Includes: 1) Bulletin Board:The contents of this package will build excitement in your class and school for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games! Get ready to track the results of Team Canada's 2022 Winter Games as they come in. Teach or review how to make a pictograph then track the meda
Grades:
2nd - 4th
The contents of this package will build excitement in your class and school for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games! Get ready to track the results of Team Canada's 2022 Winter Games as they come in.This package can be used to teach or review how to make a pictograph! Meanwhile, you can actively track the medals as they roll in throughout the 2022 Beijing Winter Games! Go for the gold, Canada! Contents: Graphics and titles for an exciting bulletin board display that builds patriotism and anticipatio
Kids learn best when they are motivated, and what better to motivate them than the Winter Games? This bundle will help you turn the excitement of the Winter Games into a real-time learning activity in your classroom.Includes: 1) Bulletin Board:The contents of this package will build excitement in your class and school for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games! Get ready to track the results of Team USA's 2022 Winter Games as they come in. Teach or review how to make a pictograph then track the medals
Grades:
2nd - 4th
This resource is a basic introduction to the Winter Sports that are competitions in the 2018 Olympics like Skiing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Luge, Nordic Combined, Alpine Skiing, Figure Skating, Hockey, and more in webquest form. Also included is a brief introduction to how the Olympics work and to PeyongChang, a few writing prompts, an Olympian "my hero" research page, and links to videos about the individual sports. This resource is ready to use - just print and go or use the Digital Resource to a
Master ALL 6th Grade Math Data and Statistics Standards in just 2 weeks. Instructional Notes and Activities guide students to: Calculate Mean, Median, Mode, Range and Mean Absolute Deviation Construct Stem and Leaf Plots, Box and Whisker Plots and Dot Plots Complete a Frequency Table and Draw a Histogram Recognize and Write Statistical Questions Employ Higher Level Data Analysis to describe Data Set Distribution and Variability Practice skills with 2 BONUS DATA SETS of Medals W
Welcome to my Publisher project all about the Winter Olympics. The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics are right around the corner and my students are hard at work learning about all things Olympic. We are using the PyeongChang website to research all about the sport featured in the Winter Olympics. We are also researching a famous athlete that played their sport! My students are writing a short article about the sport they picked and a short biography of a famous Olympic athlete that played that s
Welcome to my Excel project keeping track of all the medals won in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. This an extremely fun project for me and my students. The only homework they have is to . . . watch the Olympics!! What could be more fun that that??? In this project, students will build 2 spreadsheets, one to keep track of the overall medal count by country, see one of the thumbnails to see the part of the finished product, and the other just keeps track of the medals the USA Olympic team wins.
Use the Wonder Dot Robot to complete 5 Winter Olympic activities. Make programming fun while celebrating the 2018 Winter Olympics!
Welcome to my Excel project keeping track of all the medals won by the USA in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. This an extremely fun project for me and my students. The only homework they have is to . . . watch the Olympics!! What could be more fun that that??? In this project, students will build a spreadsheet, see one of the thumbnails to see the part of the finished product, that keeps track of the medals the USA Olympic team wins. We use formulas to keep a running total of the medals as the
South Korea is in the News. This would be a great opportunity to introduce students to the county of South Korea. In 2018, South Korea, also hosted the Winter Olympics.There are 11 web questions, lots of Did You Know? facts, comprehension questions and a teacher page with 7 extension activities. There is also a key for both the web quest and comprehension questions and additional links for teachers. Although the activity could be done in one class period, if you decide to do some of the extens

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