An empty cardboard tube, a battery operated tea light, and some tissue paper are all you need to craft your own glowing torch.
Let the kids help make and serve an opening-ceremonies fest and plan activities that echo the spirit of the games.
Organize these Olympic-like events at home so your kids can compete like Olympians while being inspired by the pros.
Celebrate all of the countries participating in the games by making this cute, festive flag garland.
Make some Olympic rings with this super-simple origami craft.
Award your kiddos one of these no-bake edible gold medals!
Channel the spirit of the ancient Olympic games with this laurel crown, made from a paper plate!
Mix a social studies lesson in with your Olympics-watching by mapping the represented countries with your kids.
Decorate simple sugar cookies with colored icing and sprinkles for delicious, glittering Olympic rings.
For the LEGO-obsessed kid, build these three-dimensional rings together out of bricks.
Use the rim of a plastic cup to stamp out simple rings. You could print your rings on paper, a canvas, or even a white t-shirt!
Twist pretzel dough into circles, then bake, to create edible Olympic rings.
What could be simpler? Paint and cut paper plates to transform into Olympic rings.
Whip up a batch of homemade clay to make these DIY medals. Use a bit of gold paint to take them to the next level!
Use empty cardboard tubes and painted paper plates to make an Olympic event your kids can play--ring toss!
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