Winter Olympic History
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Ages: Best for ages 8-13, but the whole family is welcome to join in.
Count down to the 2014 Winter Games!
Join the fun as we learn about Olympic History, and get ready for this year’s Winter Games:
–The ancient games
–The first winter games
–Modern Winter Olympic events
–The torch relay, and the Sochi games torch design
–The 2014 Sochi Winter Games gold, silver and bronze medals
–Team USA uniforms and gold medal hopefuls
–Olympic ring colors and meanings
–Geography: label the locations of the last 5 Winter Games, this year’s games, and the 2018 Winter Games
I’ll have a colorful PowerPoint to share, polls to take, and map activities for students to do.
I love the Olympics, and I will love sharing the upcoming 2014 Winter Games with your students.
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