Winter Olympics - Compare and Contrast (Print + Digital Activity)

Grade Levels
3rd - 10th, Homeschool
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  • PDF (32 pages)
  •  Activity
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Description

20 printable pages for students to compare and contrast SPORTS from the Winter Olympics:

  • skiing on snow vs skiing on water,
  • ice-skating vs roller-blading,
  • dog sled racing vs toboggan,
  • girls playing hockey vs boys playing hockey,
  • snowboarding vs ski-jumping,
  • figure-skating vs speed-skating,
  • humans vs things,
  • and more...

PRINT: I created a PDF version that you can download on your computer and print for students to use in class or at home. Click on "Add one to cart" and download your copy.

DIGITAL ACTIVITY: I created a digital version with text boxes so students can type in the answers using a computer or tablet (for Distance Learning). Click on "Create Digital Activity" and link the activities to your Google Classroom. Online Resource. Yes, I already added the interactive layer to each page. Enjoy!

Funny clipart on each page. Analyzing and describing. Venn Diagram and lists. Plus, you also get eight FREE pages from my Gifted and Talented Series. Take a look at the Preview to see sample pages. And if you would like more on the WINTER OLYMPICS, then take a look at these packets:

Winter Olympics - Writing Prompts - 13 pages

Winter Olympics - Creative Writing - 20 pages

Winter Olympics - Compare and Contrast - 20 pages

Winter Olympics - Narrative Writing - 23 pages

Winter Olympics - Descriptive Writing - 18 pages

Winter Olympics - Dialogue - 21 pages

Winter Olympics - Analyzing What People Say - 16 pages

Winter Olympics - Internet Research - 36 pages

Winter Olympics - Reading Charts and Graphs - 10 pages

Winter Olympics - Analyzing, Comparing, Evaluating - 21 pages

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Winter Olympics (Compare and Contrast)

Total Pages
32 pages
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Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information.

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