To celebrate the 2021 Olympics in Japan, we located some of the best crafts to get your kids inspired to cheer on their favorite teams.


Olympics Torch Crafts for Kids

Are you ready for the Olympics celebration? My kids are super excited for the fanfare. This is a fun activity if you are wanting an easy day indoors playing.

Simple and Easy Olympics Torch Crafts for Kids - Classy Mommy

Flag Rocks for Olympics

Flag Rocks

The Summer Olympics is the perfect opportunity to teach kids about the flags of the participating countries and help them identify some of them. Get crafting with here.

Olympics Craft Roudup

Clay Medals

If you plan to host events in your backyard to have your own competitions, award the kids with these fun medals. This is a super-easy air dry clay Olympic medal necklace is from Create Art with Me blog. Get the instructions here

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Olive Leaf Crowns

Olive wreaths (crowns) were given to the winners of olympic games in ancient Greece and are associated with Hercules in Greek mythology. They were originally made from a branch of the olive trees growing in Olympia (the place in Greece where the Olympics were held). Get instructions on making laurel crowns from here.

Olympics Craft Round Up

Olympic Ring Art

With this fun and easy Olympic Rings craft, kids can stamp a beautiful piece of art using cardboard rolls and paint. Get the instructions from here.

Printables from Tokyo 2021

Printables from Tokyo 2021

If you are planning to do paper crafts, you'll need these. Includes ALL 8 logos for your crafting needs! Get them on Etsy here.

More Olympics Fun from Momtrends

  1. Throw an Olympic Party
  2. DIY Olympics decoration
  3. Red, white and blue treats

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