O is for Olympics 2014 in Sochi



Are you gearing up for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia?

We are so excited to watch some of our favorite sporting events! We are in the process of organizing a mini-unit study that we can work on during the Winter Olympics.

The basis of our mini-unit study is the Winter Olympics 2014 Lapbook with Study Guide.


This 3-folder lapbook includes 58 pages of hands-on learning.

Folder 1 covers the history of the Olympics.

Folder 2 covers the 2014 Olympics- dates, symbols, logo. mascots, winter games, Russia, a Winter Olympics word search, and more.

Folder 3 includes a booklet for every event in the Olympics. Within each book, we will log which country wins the Gold Medal!

You can see a sample here.


Our friend, Lynn Schott of Founders Academy is hosting a Winter Olympic History online class on Thursday, January 30th. This class will be fun for the whole family to attend!

The mascots of the 2014 Winter Olympics are adorable! Have you seen them yet? The polar bear is our favorite.

We are going to use mobile apps to follow the games.

We are making a few crafts to celebrate the Winter Olympics.

Here are a few additional easy crafts that we are going to do for fun.

Olympic Rings

Olympic Torch Scissor Skills

Olympic Laurel

We are saving a few of our favorite ideas on our Winter Olympics Pinterest board.

What are you doing to celebrate the 2014 Winter Olympics? We would love to hear your ideas!

Happy Homeschooling!

Sharra Badgley is the Marketing and Promotions Manager at A Journey Through Learning. Sharra’s family make their home in Central Indiana near Indianapolis. She is celebrating her 15th year of homeschooling. You can visit her at her blog The Homeschool Marm.


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