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The 2014 Winter Olympic Games will be held from Feb 7-23 in Sochi, Russia. Get ready for the Olympic Games with our Olympic Games activities and games. During the Olympics Games, the very best athletes from around the world meet to compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals in a wide variety of sports ranging from track and field to gymnastics to swimming and diving. The Olympics are also a time for people from many different cultures and backgrounds to make friends and learn acceptance. Access our KidsSoup Online Resource Library to find Olympics-inspired arts and crafts, activities, games, and resources, and your child can be a gold medal winner too. Samples of our more than 70 olympic games crafts, olympic games preschool activities, games, and printables available in our KidsSoup Resource Library:

Free Olympic Games Preschool Activities, Games, and Printables

olympic games craft

Olympic Games
Crafts and Activities

olympic rings coloring

Olympic Games
Coloring Pages

olympic games torch craft

Olympic Torch

Flags games

Flags Around the
World Games

Olympic rings booklet

Olympic Rings
Emergent Reader

sport printables

Olympic Sports
Worksheets and Printables

Olympic medal craft


See what I can do activity

See What We Can Do

sports folder game

Different Sports
Activities and Games

Olympic games word wall

Olympic Games
Word Wall

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Free Olympic Crafts, Activities, and Games

Summer Olympics

Discuss the Olympic Games with children. Explain that the Olympic Games originated in Greece. Show the country on a map. The Olympic Games are friendship games where athletes from all over the world compete with each other. Show some pictures of gymnastics on the beam and on the floor. Cut craft paper in half and tape together to make a beam and tape to the floor. Have children move over the bar in different ways: walk, jump, walk backwards, jump on one leg, jump backwards, crawl, etc. Have children show different ways to move over the bar. Applaud after each child finishes his/her performance.

Provide some balancing equipment outside in your play area such as balance boards and flat beams.

Olympic Games Learning Games olympic rings coloring    

Winter Olympic Games
Sight Words and Letters Fun


Sochi Olympic Games Mascots Coloring Page

Sochi Mascots Coloring Page

Preschool and Kindergarten Winter Olympic Games Activities, and Games:


Race to the Olympic Games Podium Board Game

Winter Olympic Games Preschool activities and games

Health: Moving My Body and Keeping Fit


Children will learn that being active and exercising helps the body to stay healthy and strong.

Explain that our body needs to exercise and move a lot to keep strong and healthy. Moving keeps our heart, lungs, and muscles strong and healthy. When we exercise hard we need to make sure that our body doesn’t run out of energy. We need to drink water and fill our body with healthy food that will give us lots of energy. Have children point out the foods that give us energy.

Music and Movement:

Song: Have You Ever Seen a Twiggle?
(Tune: Have You Ever Seen a Lassie?)

Have you ever seen a Twiggle, a Twiggle, a Twiggle,
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that wiggles like this?
It wiggles and giggles, it wiggles and giggles.
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that wiggles like that?

Have you ever seen a Twiggle, a Twiggle, a Twiggle,
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that walks low like this?
It walks low and walks low, it walks low and walks low.
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that walks low like that?

Have you ever seen a Twiggle, a Twiggle, a Twiggle,
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that hops on one foot?
It hops on one foot and it hops on the other foot.
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that hops on one foot?

Have you ever seen a Twiggle, a Twiggle, a Twiggle,
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that hops slow like this?
It hops slow and hops slow, it hops slow and hops slow.
Have you ever seen a Twiggle that hops slow like that?


Olympic games book suggestionFrog jump
Which frog jumps the farthest? Pretend to be a frog and jump with both feet at the same time to the front. Measure and mark the spot.

Place a large sheet on the floor. Taking turns, each child makes movements on the sheet. Balancing on one leg and making different movements with their arm.

Bear races
Children pretend to be bears and make a race running on all fours to the finish line.




Literacy: Read the book Wiggle by Doreen Cronin

Talk about the book and discuss that we can be active and move in a lot of ways and in a lot of places. Show pictures of a playground, biking, walking, and swimming pool or show the Stay Active and Exercise poster. Brainstorm with children ways to be active. Make movements to the activities mentioned. Pretend to jump down, crawl under a bar, swim, etc.

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Other Olympic Games Resources and Links

Summer Olympic Games 2012 London