I have so many memories of watching the Olympics with my family during the summer. The opening and closing ceremony was always a big family affair. We would always make fun snacks or order pizza to watch the grand show. If you like to do fun family nights, here are some ideas to create an Olympic themed Family fun night at home. You can do this on the day of the opening ceremony too!
This is a great idea from Michelle Paige Blogs. Create an Olympics Family Dinner. LOVE the idea of making pizza country flags. Too cute!
For Dessert you can create your own Olympic Candy Medals!
Olympic Singing Time: Pass the Torch from Ingenuities – this fun activity gives you detailed instructions on how to make a torch that stays lit, and gives you some fun ideas on how to use it.
Create your very own Popcorn Olympics! This is such a creative idea from One She Two She.
Create your very own Backyard Family Olympics like this one from Family Ever After
Build your own Olympic Rings out of Legos from Little Bins for Little Hands
Make some fun Olympic themed snack like these:
Olympic Snack Necklaces from Coffee Cups and Crayons – this would be fun to do while watching the Olympics!
Kid Friendly Olympics Party from Living Well Spending Less – these are some of the cutest food ideas I have seen yet. Cheetos in an ice cream cone cup as an Olympic Torch? My kids would go nuts!
Make an Olympic Ring Pizza from Taste of Home
Olympic Fruit Pizza from Money Saving Mom
You will also want to check out these fun learning ideas:
Summer Olympics Unit Studies, Printables and FREE Resources
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