A really interesting breakdown of the worlds flags. This would be a good warm up activity for grades when discussion government, nationhood, and global issues.
2018 Winter Games NonFiction Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary
Have fun discussing the 2018 Winter Olympics with this nonfiction reading comprehension and vocabulary pack. Includes 14 pages of black and white printable worksheets. Each page contains high-quality images for younger students to color. The reading passages discuss the history/origin of the Olympics and the Olympic torch, different sports played in the Winter
Actually, no public money was spent on the 1908 Olympics and no British politicians attended in an official capacity. Tickets were originally expensive to keep undesirables out and then reduced for the second week.
The complete book of the Olympics / David Wallechinsky and Jaime Loucky.
The pupils study the history of different sports and the origins of the Olympic Games.
SCHAFER PUSH Karl Schafer is another important skater in the history of the sport. He was seven-time World champion in the 1930s and two-time Olympic champion (1932 & 1936). One of his most famous legacies is the Schafer push. Originally used in figures, the Schafer push uses a backward outside push to start loops–although it’s now used in free skating, Moves in the Field, and ice dancing. Schafer is credited with performaing one of the first double skating_karl-schafer