Arts & Crafts Cabin: Olympic Rings

Train those fine motor skills!


  • Scissors (adult only)

  • Recycled cardboard toilet paper or towel tubes

  • Glue

  • Blue, black, green, yellow and red paint

  • Paintbrush

  • Construction paper


  1. Cut cardboard tunes into one inch circle sections.

  2. Paint each ring.

  3. Let paint dry. While you wait, talk about what the rings MEAN. (Refresher: The rings represent the five continents that participate in the Olympics North & South America are counted as one continent and the colors represent the colors on the national flags of the world.)

  4. Glue dry rings onto white paper, starting with blue, black, red on the top and then yellow and green on the bottom.

Take a picture of your Olympic rings and post it on social, tagging @thewonder so we can see!

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