THE VANCOUVER 2010 OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY!
Celebrate the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay with your students by downloading exciting classroom and school activities.
With the generous support of RBC, the Canadian Olympic School Program has produced a series of free educational resources that help bring this historic event to your classroom. New to the Kit are tips to host your own school-based relay. Download these engaging lesson plans at www.olympicschool.ca.
NEW OLYMPIAN STORIES
Inspire your students with the stories of Olympians Carol Huynh (physical activity), Kristi Richards(responsibility) and Jeff Bean (resiliency). Linked to provincial learning outcomes, each of the stories are written at three different reading levels (grades 2-3, 4-5, and 6-7), and include language arts focused learning activities for each level.
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NEW OLYMPIC PROJECT PACKS FOR MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS!
In the newly released winter version of Standing Clean (Language Arts, Drama, Media) students are placed on the Canadian Olympic Team’s communication staff, and asked to respond to the world when a Canadian athlete loses gold to an athlete caught for doping.
Destination Vancouver/Whistler (middle school social studies), allows your students to research and design a youth travel tour to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Road to Recovery (secondary life sciences and physical education) requires that students use their understanding of secondary biology to help injured athletes recover in time to ‘go for gold.’ To view all Olympic Project Packs, click here.