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Anne-Marie Claxton

Student Instructions

Olympic Games

Did you know the Japanese invented pictograms for the Olympics in 1964, and they have been used all over the world for sport ever since? Tap the 2 link s inside the Olympic Rings to watch the videos Tapadd 1. Talk with your friend and see if you can work out what sport the pictograms represent at the Olympics. 2. Use the label tool or the mic and arrow to tell us what you think. 3. Work with a friend and invent your own pictograms for sports you think should be added to the Olympics, they can be ANY sports or games, even the egg and spoon race! Take a photo and upload them 4. Bonus Challenge: Write the rules for the games you have invented and show them on an addpage 5. Clink on the check when you have finished!

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 1st Grade, Art, Social Studies
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

The images of pictograms have a Creative Commons license from Max Pixel The Olympic Flag also has a Creative Commons license and is a stock photo from Public Domain Pictures The links are in Video Link

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