Day #197 – Paper Plate Olympic Rings

Who doesn’t love the Olympics? They’re about to begin soon, and I want to expose my kids to this world stage. I showed them some videos on YouTube to show them exactly why we were making these Olympic rings. Then, we made our craft.

Paper Plate Olympic Rings Craft
This is a really simple craft. All you do is take five paper plates and cut out the center.

Time to paint – red, green, yellow, blue, red and black. I had the little guy playing with the paint too. Put all of the plates together as shown in the top picture. You have a fun replica of the Olympic rings.

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  1. That is the perfect craft to get kids excited for the Olympics!!

  2. I do believe I am gonna have to include this craft in our Olympic Lapbook study! LOVE IT!!!!

  3. Great idea, we’re actually going to have an Olympics of our own with our friends!
    This is perfect to decorate with, thanks for sharing!

  4. What a fun idea! Can’t wait to try this with my kids. They’ll love it!

  5. Love this idea! Pinning no!

  6. LOVE IT! My daughter is going to make these tomorrow!
    I’d love for you to link up in our Crafty Showcase. It runs from Sat-Thur and then our designers will pick their favorites to be featured on Friday.

    Have a super week!
    Susie @Bowdabra

  7. I’m the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your Olympic ring project! You can see it here:

    If you have other kid-friendly crafts, we’d love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a fun project idea!

  8. Breaking this out today in toddler celebration of Sochi starting tonight! Thanks for the pure, simple, easy fun!

  9. Love to have you come link up your great idea with us


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