Family Olympics Game Watching Ideas

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What’s your favorite part of the Olympic’s season? There are so many fun things about watching the Olympics, but what I enjoy most is watching it with my family. We all get involved in the events and the athletes’ stories. It becomes a family activity that lasts the entire time of the Olympics. These family Olympics Game watching ideas make it even more engaging for the entire family by using these free printables.

collage of blue score sheet and six numbered score cards with title text reading Winder Olympics Watching Printables 21 different images

I’m all about building family memories and finding fun ways to spend family time together. With three kids and two adults with differing interests, it can be challenging to find activities that we all enjoy. The advantage about watching the Olympics together as a family is that there’s something for everyone.

  • The excitement of competition.
  • Amazing athletic feats.
  • The beauty of many of the events.
  • The intrigue of the individual athletes (the heroes and the villains).
  • The inspiring back-stories.
  • The patriotism of the games. 

These free printables encourage even more involvement in watching the Olympics and drawing your family members in and hooking them. (Shhh, don’t tell! They’ll just have a blast and not know you plotted having family time.)

Family Olympics Game Ideas for Watching Together

Rate the events with these winter Olympics themed score cards. Print a set out for each of your family members and use them to judge and rate your favorite Olympic events. 

ten numbered  snowflake score cards

You can choose from the snow flake Winter Olympic score cards…

images of 10 numbered grey score cards

…or these frosty Winter Olympic score cards.

Olympic scoring sheet in blue with snowflakes

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Psst, don’t tell your kids, but this is also a great opportunity to teach or practice math skills. When you have fun with sports and scores, you don’t even realize you’re using math. 

Winter Olympics Medal TrackerMy friend, Corinne at Wondermom Wannabe, shares a fun printable that your family can use to keep track of the medals awarded at the Olympics. 

Scavenger Hunt for Kids – Summer Olympics – It’s 4 free pages of summer Olympics themed images to look for while watching the Olympics.

I also enjoy making favorite food treats to make watching the Olympics a special event. These are some of our favorite food treats for watching the Olympics:

Red, White and Blue Snacks

Red, White & Blue Dessert

Captain America Cupcakes

Fresh Strawberry Cookies

No Bake White Chocolate Cheesecake

Best Strawberry Lemonade Ever

Snacks

Fruit Tacos

Easy Peanut Butter Dip

Easy-to-Make Salsa

Clean Eating Granola Bars

Cereal Snack Mix

Fun Snacks Kids Can Make Themselves

Easy Protein Zucchini Bread

Easy Cheesy Bread

Fresh and Easy Bruschetta

Creamy Easy Buffalo Dip

Hot Wings with Cheesy Cool Dip

Chili Mixed Nuts

Warm Seasoned Pecans

Cheesy Black Bean Dip

Desserts

Best Oatmeal Fudge Bars

Rolo Pretzel Surprise Cookies

Girl Scout Thin Mint Surprise Cookies

Oreo Surprise Chocolate Chip Cookies

Easy Captain America Cupcakes

Easy Ice Cream Sandwich Cake

Crunchy Ice Cream Topping

Quick and Easy Apple Bites

Best Oatmeal Raspberry Bars

Mini Finger Pies with Butterfinger Bars

Candy Bar Cookies

Drinks

Easy Pineapple Lemonade

Mocktail Hawaiian Sangria

Mark your calendars now with the Winter Olympic dates so you don’t miss your must-see events. Be sure to print out these family Olympics Game watching ideas and enjoy the games and spending quality time with your family.

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2 Comments

  1. So fun to anticipate the Winter Olympics. The more you engage, the more fun they are to watch. Would be fun to do a family wager at the beginning on who will win the most medals or something and then keep track!

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