Olympic Lesson Plans: Learning about the Olympic Games Through "Potato Olympics" written by: Lynn-nore Chittom • edited by: Laurie Patsalides • updated: 9/11/2012 Potato Olympics are a great way to integrate math, science, language arts, and social studies into one comprehensive lesson plan, all while your class thinks they're just having fun playing with their food. Potato What?If you have never heard of Potato Olympics, then you are in for a real treat! Imagine all of the excitement of the Olympic games right there in your classroom. You'll have athletes from around the world with interesting stories of their homeland, their likes, dislikes, family pets and favorite pastimes.
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