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By Brad Herzog and Illustrated By Doug Bowles
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  1. Primary Sidebar
  2. G is for Gold Medal: An Olympics Alphabet
  3. Olympic Games, Professional and Recreational Sports Glossary
  4. Olympic Athlete Directory
  5. Summer Sports Coloring Pages

They were written and stretched in 3-D and formed together in a cylinder shape. PyeongChang's organizing committee said the medals were also inspired by the texture of tree trunks, as trees represent the work put into developing Korean culture and the Olympic Games. Yonhap "Hangeul is the foundation and the soul of Korean culture," PyeongChang's organizing committee said.

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The trunk is the process of that development. Each medal is The gold medal weighs grams, the silver g and the bronze g. Compared with the previous Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, in , PyeongChang's gold and silver medals are heavier and bronze medal is lighter.


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A gymnasion was originally a place for physical and mental training. English took the physical side, while German uses the mental meaning. In German, das Gymnasium is an academic secondary school.

G is for Gold Medal: An Olympics Alphabet

Bahn , das The verb kicken is usually limited to sports. Wir haben das Spiel verloren. What's the score? Wie steht's? SHEE-sen shooting n. Sie haben das Spiel gewonnen. Richard Brassey.

Olympic Games, Professional and Recreational Sports Glossary

This fabulous non-fiction text is bursting with facts, figures and detailed illustrations about the Olympics, from the very first Olympic Games in Ancient Greece right up to Rio Highly recommended. Brad Herzog and Doug Bowles.

This beautifully illustrated book uses the alphabet as a basis for explaining all sorts of facts about the Olympic Games. Bright illustrations and repetitive text make this a popular story that is great for joining in with. The text is accessible, pitched well for lower KS2 or stronger readers in KS1 and is accompanied by graphic novel-style illustrations. This text carries a great message about inclusion as it tells the story of frogs of 'all shapes and sizes' coming together for the Olympic events.

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Little does he know that soon he will need to run with all his might in a race to save his grandfather's life. This series is popular in America and is suitable for KS2. At just five years old, Wilma Rudolph was paralysed in her left leg from polio and told that she would never walk again. This book tells the inspirational story of her journey from that point to how she became the first American woman to earn three gold medals in a single Olympiad.

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Olympic Athlete Directory

Victoria Jamieson A quirky picture book about a pig who trains for the Animal Olympics. Jeremy Strong Part of the hilarious series by award-winning children's author Jeremy Strong, this is the story of the Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog's attempts to become a sporting champion in the Animal Games. Buy on Amazon The Story of the Olympics Richard Brassey This fabulous non-fiction text is bursting with facts, figures and detailed illustrations about the Olympics, from the very first Olympic Games in Ancient Greece right up to Rio There are all sorts of uses for this superb text as it offers an excellent example of an information text complete with speech bubbles, captions, fact boxes and comic strips.

This would make a good starting point for a project for pupils to create their own Olympic alphabets.

Summer Sports Coloring Pages

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