2018 Winter Olympics Study – activities and STEM challenges

Winter Olympics study

One of the things I have been noticing as my girls get older is that there just don’t seem to be as many resources shared for older students. It is not that they aren’t out there but it does seem that those in existence are being sold only. Sure there may be a single activity shared for free to encourage you to purchase the whole set but sharing an entire study for older students just doesn’t seem to be done often. In addition, I know that many older students are so involved in their courses of study, trying to meet hours or course credit requirements, that “other” things just get left out.

As a hope to fill a piece of this hole, I am sharing what I have put together with anyone who is interested. Use some of it. Use all of it. Use none of it. It is all up to you but here it is. No charge. Happy Winter Olympics!!

Click on the title below for the download.

2018 Winter Olympics

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7 thoughts on “2018 Winter Olympics Study – activities and STEM challenges

  1. Annette V February 6, 2018 at 12:15 pm Reply

    excellent job on this unit study! 🙂 I may pull some students together to try some of these out. 🙂

    • 3gigglygirlsathome February 6, 2018 at 6:39 pm Reply

      Thank you. I am glad I was able to get it put together and out for use. Hopefully some people can give parts of it a go!

  2. Kym Thorpe February 7, 2018 at 7:18 am Reply

    Great job pulling all of this together and sharing it!!

  3. Country Study: South Korea - A Net in Time February 9, 2018 at 10:32 pm Reply

    […] OH!   I also wanted to mention how much we’ve been enjoying the Olympic Games today… watching curling and moguls.   Did you know my friend Lori put together a wonderful Olympics study?   I KNOW how awesome is that!  So grab up your middle schoolers and have some fun with the Olympics.   Find it right here! […]

  4. Zekesmom10 February 15, 2018 at 6:26 pm Reply

    Thanks, Lori!

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