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This worksheet, ‘5Ws and How: The Olympic Games’ provides a structured diagram that helps students identify the who, what, when, where, why and how of the Olympics. It is a great visual graphic that can be used as a comprehension activity and to generate meaningful class discussion.

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This worksheet, ‘Athletics Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, athletics. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Badminton Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, badminton. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Boxing Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, boxing. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Choosing an Olympic Sport’ asks students to analyse the pros and cons of two sports. This resource provides students with the opportunity to develop their own opinion and to form a conclusion on which sport they would prefer to compete in. Some students find it difficult to asses another angle. Using this graphical …More

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This worksheet, ‘Compare and Contrast: Olympic Athletes’ is a great graphical organiser that students can use to describe the similarities and differences between two types of Olympic athletes. The requirements of athletes differ according to which sport and event they enter however being Olympic athletes there will also be some common skills that they both …More

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This worksheet, ‘Cycling Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, cycling. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Gymnastics Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, gymnastics. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Hockey Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, hockey. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Judo Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, judo. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘My Mascot Design’ is a great resource that encourages students to use adjectives to describe the qualities found in an ideal Olympic Mascot. The resource then asks students to illustrate a design of their own mascot and explain why that mascot would be a great candidate for the next Olympic Games. It forms …More

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This worksheet, ‘My Ultimate Olympics Experience’ is a great writing prompt that encourages students to write freely using their own creative ideas on what they would consider to be their ultimate day at the Olympic Games. Some students may find it difficult to motivate themselves to write creatively. With this writing prompt students have enough …More

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This worksheet, ‘New Olympic Events’ allows students to graphically organise information about events that were not included in the first Games of 1896. Many students may not realise that the events of today’s Olympics may not be the same as those before. It provides a great prompt for discussion about why the events were added …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Events’ allows students to graphically organise their research about three events. This simple resource requires the collection of relevant information including the number of competitors in the event, a description that explains what the event involves and any interesting facts about that specific event. Students may not realise that although there are …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Games Alphabet’ provides an alphabet grid that students can use to develop their vocabulary and brainstorm different ideas about the Olympics. This is a fun and simple resource that can be used effectively before, during or after an activity and across ability levels. It can also be utilised during individual, pair or …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Medal Count Graph’ is a fantastic resource to link mathematics with the Olympics. Students are provided with a graph to record the countries and their number of wins in past Olympics. It is an interesting research task that will graphically represent the history of the Olympics. The graph lends itself to creating …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Sports and Medallists’ is an upside-down tree diagram used to organise the flow of ideas into a top down format. Students can use this graphical scaffold to break down types of Olympic sports, a basic description of the sport and past gold medallists. The hierarchy chart is a great resource to allow …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Sports List’ provides a blank diagram where the trunk represents the central concept of Olympic Sports and the branches can be used to brainstorm various types. This is a great way to introduce the various sports that are currently included in the Olympic Games or as an informal method of assessment to …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Sports Profile’ is a great resource that provides students with a table to organise their research on four Olympic sports. Students are required to select the most relevant information to create a profile that includes the rules, gameplay, equipment and venue of each sport.

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This worksheet, ‘Olympic Uniform’ is a great resource that encourages students to use adjectives to describe the purpose of a casual Olympic uniform. The resource then asks students to illustrate and label a design of their own uniform that meets the needs of an Olympian.

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This worksheet, ‘Olympics Acrostic Poem’ is a fantastic quick activity to brainstorm facts and ideas about the Olympics. It is a fun resource that can be used without preparation across all age groups and abilities. Students are required to use the letters from the word ‘Olympics’ to list facts or ideas that they already know …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympics KWHL Chart’ prompts students to explore what they know about the Olympics, what they want to learn, how they think they could learn about new ideas and what they have learnt following the learning tasks. This is a great, clearly formatted resource to encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning …More

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This worksheet, ‘Olympics Would You Rather’ is a great resource to prompt interesting discussion topics. The ‘would you rather?’ prompts can be used as a whole class, individually or in pairs, and encourage students to logically argue their opinion and express ideas.

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This worksheet, ‘Profile of an Olympian’ is a simple yet effective worksheet that provides students with a template to organise information about an Olympian. Using this resource students will become more involved in their team and gain interest in the Games. It is also an exercise that requires students to select only the most relevant …More

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This worksheet, ‘Rugby Sevens Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, rugby sevens. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students …More

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This worksheet, ‘Shooting Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, shooting. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Table Tennis Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, table tennis. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students …More

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This worksheet, ‘Tallying Olympics Host Countries’ is a fantastic resource to link mathematics with the Olympics. Students are provided with a chart to record the past host countries and on how many occasions they have held the Games. Students are then asked to interpret the results of their research. This activity can be completed as …More

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This worksheet, ‘The Olympic Mascot Story’ is a great resource that explores the story behind the Olympic Games’ mascot. The resource provides students with a storyboard format to sequence the discovery of the mascot character. It also provides a platform to begin discussions about the qualities of mascots and why each Olympic Games has different …More

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This worksheet, ‘The Triathlon’ is a visual exercise which require students to illustrate the sequence of a triathlon event. This is an ideal resource to introduce a very interesting Olympic sport to younger years. It can be used to prompt discussion in correlation with a multimedia clip showing a triathlon, or following individual or group …More

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This worksheet, ‘Timeline of Olympic Firsts’ provides a vertical timeline with space for students to explore five interesting dates about the history of the Olympic Games. The timeline spans the period from 1896 to 2016 and includes key dates relating to the history of the Olympics. This resource allows students to demonstrate their knowledge of …More

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This template, ‘Tracking the Results’ is a fantastic resource that can be used as a whole class or individually to track the progress of the winners of swimming events in the Olympics. Students are provided with a table in which they are required to enter the winners of the men’s and women’s 200m races. Students …More

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This worksheet, ‘Tracking Your Olympic Team’ is a fantastic resource to develop an understanding about the growth of the Olympic team of a particular country. Students are asked to use tallies or other methods of recording data to measure the size of the Olympic team in each year of the Games since 1924. Using this …More

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This worksheet, ‘Triathlon Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic sport, the triathlon. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the history of that sport, the nature of the sport in today’s Olympics and past gold medal winners. It allows students to …More

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This worksheet, ‘Weightlifting Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, weightlifting. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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This worksheet, ‘Wrestling Profile’ provides a simple graphic for students to explore and organise key information relating to the Olympic Games sport, wrestling. The resource asks students to explain what equipment is needed, the rules and scoring of the sport, the history of the sport and past gold medal winners. It allows students to demonstrate …More

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