Teaching Resources

A wide range of teaching tools are available from The Museum according to theme.
These materials were created with the help of teachers and education experts in the fields and are available to any teacher who wishes to address these Olympic themes.

To find out more, you can also check out the Olympic Studies Centre pages.

Access to the Olympic World Library

Relevant educational field

  • Creative and Manual Activities
  • Human and Social Sciences
  • Information Communication Technology
  • Mathematical and Natural Sciences
  • All

Age

  • 9+
  • 6+
  • All

Type

  • Activity
  • Information
  • All

Topics

  • Fundamentals of the Olympism
  • Olympic Games: Edition by Edition
  • Sport and Culture
  • All

The “Experiencing discovering the Olympic Games: Special PyeongChang 2018” educational kit contains information on the 23rd Olympic Winter Games and their host country, South Korea. It suggests a number of classroom activities for pupils aged between 6 and 15.

This video allows teachers to lead a workshop on short exposure photography techniques. A fun and participative way to teach pupils about images whilst discovering a particular aspect of the Olympic Games.

Delve into the history of sports photography told through 15 images.

These information and activity worksheets on sports photography can be used in class to learn about the fascinating work of sports photographers and gain a deeper insight into the images they create.

Make the best choices to ensure that your future stadium is sustainable and earn your diploma. It’s your turn now!

Information and activity kits on Olympic stadiums, for use in class when studying the history of architecture and measuring their impact through time and the different cities.

This educational Kit presents the “All different All Winners” thematic visit. The visit features fundamental questions at the heart of Olympic values education.

Information and Activity Sheets to be used in the classroom, based on the theme of Broadcasting the Olympic Games.

Activity Sheet with practical exercises to do in the classroom aimed at raising awareness of the importance and the benefits of being active.

Information and Activity Sheets on the Rio 2016 Olympic Games to use in the classroom.

Information and Activity Sheets to use in the classroom to explore the topic of « Time and Sport ».
Sub-themes: “Measuring Time” and “Analysing motion, performance and sporting records”.

An introduction for the general public (and children in particular) presenting the essential facts on the Olympic Movement and the Games.

Reference material that can be used by teachers researching information or preparing class work on the Olympic Games and their by-products. Kit of 5 sets of illustrated fact sheets.

Reference material that can be used by teachers researching information or preparing class work on the Olympic Games and their by-products.
Kit 1: The Olympic Games in Antiquity.

Reference material that can be used by teachers researching information or preparing class work on the Olympic Games and their by-products.
Kit 2: The Modern Olympic Games.

Reference material that can be used by teachers researching information or preparing class work on the Olympic Games and their by-products.
Kit 3: Olympism and the Olympic Movement.

Reference material that can be used by teachers researching information or preparing class work on the Olympic Games and their by-products.
Kit 4: The Olympic Flame and the Torch Relay.

Reference material that can be used by teachers researching information or preparing class work on the Olympic Games and their by-products.
Kit 5: Olympic Posters.

This kit takes a cultural approach to sport, examining the values it transmits, its role in determining identity and the rites which grow up around it.

What is fair play? How does playing fairly imply? How can fair play be taught?

The aim of this document is to identify six mental skills that athletes work on, then transfer these to a school environment.

Who are sports heroes? Role models for young people, the embodiment of the values of a society, stars or media products?

Created for the past exhibition “Athletes and Science”, this document presents the exhibition provides a focus on three technological innovations that can be discussed in class.

This document provides an introduction to the theme of Sport/Olympism and Hope.

The kit provides documented practical examples of sustainable development linked to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

Information on the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and Chinese culture, worksheets.

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