Grateful to Teach

Learning About The Olympics in Our Homeschool || Let’s Make a Unit Study!

As I sat down to look for activities and read aloud books for our Olympics study, it dawned on me that I should share my lists with you! As always, I hope you find this post helpful as you look for inspiration for your family’s learning.

At the time of writing this, we are a few months away from the rescheduled Summer Olympic games in Japan. After the craziness that was 2020, we are ready to go all out and celebrate this global event. I’m just going to list my ideas in bullet points here on the blog. If you’d like to hear more about how we use all these goodies, head over to my YouTube channel for more.

Olympic Games Unit Study from Notgrass History

The spine of our study comes from an affordable and colorful e-book from Notgrass History. I did a quick flip-through on my YouTube channel if you’d like to see a sample. The following list I’ll plug in here and there:

  • Map the Summer Olympic host cities on a world map
  • Find a couple “fun facts” videos on YouTube about the current host city

The links with long lists of activities are just to help me get my own ideas flowing. I will pick and choose from those lists, but I do plan to do most of the individually listed items….hopefully. ๐Ÿ™‚ How about you? Are you diving into an Olympics study in your homeschool? Share your fun finds below!

Post a Comment


This is my blog devoted to sharing lessons learned about thankful living. Along the way, you’ll see all sorts of bits of the life I’m so thankful to live.



Memoria Press

Notgrass History Takes You There