Olympic Themed Crafts for Kids

Four Olympic crafts – including an Olympic torch – for kids to create in honor of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in August.

The 2016 Rio Olympic Games begin Friday Aug. 5 and will be the center attention in just a few weeks. Lasting until Sunday, Aug. 21, this year’s games will have fans and Olympic enthusiasts glued to their TV and news outlets for a majority of the month. Create Olympic excitement in your home by having your children show off their athletic pride. This week’s roundup is dedicated to the games and the celebrations that come with them.

Olympic Rings Gold Medal

This gold medal is not only exciting to make, it could be a tasty treat! Honey and Lime looks to Fruit Loops to create the iconic Olympic rings in this tutorial.

DIY Olympic Eyeglasses

Get ready to cheer on the home team! Life in Wonderland transforms a pair of inexpensive sunglasses into a patriotic accessory.

Olympic Ring Paper Chain Countdown

Start the countdown to the games by making your own paper chain. Housing a Forest shows you how with this printable project.

Glowing Tea Light Olympic Torch

Welcome the athletes to the stadium. Oh My! Creative creates a working light with this spirited DIY idea.

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