Inspiring Educators Who Inspire Future Leaders
If you are like me, you are gearing up for the Winter Olympics in Sochi! Since so many of my students will also be closely following the games, I thought it might be good to look for ways to integrate the Olympic games into the curriculum — and what better way to tie the Olympics to the curriculum than to look at science and math. Thanks to Matt Davis at Edutopia, I did not have to look long to find six Winter Olympic themed activities with a STEM focus. However, also pay close attention to the “other useful resources” section of Matt’s post. I especially like the Time for Kids link. Check out Matt’s post here.
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