Archive for the ‘Olympics’ Category

Olympic Stuff for Juniors +

Here are some colouring in PDFs of the Fuwa and Rings found at

www.activityvillage.co.uk

There are many other colour junior activities at this site as well (fun and colourful rather than substance)

yingyin

yingying-explained

olympic-rings

olympic-rings-labelled

nini

nini-explained

jingjing

jingjing-explained

huanhuan

huanhuan-explained

beijing-olympic-mascots

beibei

beibei-explained

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Beijing ’08 is Great!

This is the first year of my teaching career where I have been the Teacher, not the Student for the Olympic Games and its been fantastic. It is a wonderful platform for inquiry learning and my students are fully engaged in their investigations. I am also very impressed with the Chinese Olympic Mascots. The Fuwa relate perfectly with both the games and the Chinese Culture, not to mention incredibly cute.

The Fuwa

All About The Fuwa

Our class inquiry this term is centred around three questions based on information I would like them to discover. Along with this the students are required to complete five independent learning activities based on five different sub-topics based on the Olympics.

Here is a copy of the stations and activities (all based on different HOT tools):

Inquiry Rotation

As a side note we have decided to un-pack the curriculum value of Excellence, which is well matched with the games.

Curriculum Values Display

Anyway thats all for now, much TV to watch now

😉 Marama