Olympic Rings Coloring, Tracing & Drawing Sheet

With the summer Olympics starting soon, kids can get involved using this free printable coloring page. Color, trace and draw the Olympic rings!

FREE printable worksheet for kids to color, trace and draw the Olympic symbol and learn about the Olympics games.

This free printable Olympic Rings worksheet is perfect for practicing fine motor skills while learning about the Olympic games and symbols.

What do the Olympic rings stand for?

The five rings represent the 5 inhabited continents of the world. If you take out Antarctica, that still leaves 6 continents. However, in 20th century Europe they considered North America & South America to be one continent, bringing the final count to 5. 

The Olympic symbol represent the unity of the 5 continents and the meeting of all the athletes worldwide at the Olympic games.



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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

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    1. Hi Meagan! Yes you are totally right, there are 7 continents. Apparently, the logo's designer based it on the 5 inhabited continents, which leaves out Antarctica. Also, at that time they considered North America & South America to be one continent, so that brings it down to 5. I'm going to update my post now. Thanks for bringing this up!

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