Kid-Made Origami Olympic Bracelets

Kid-Made Origami Olympic Bracelets for opening day by Crayon Box Chronicles

[Contributor post at Allfortheboys.com]

It’s go time! Get your kid-official Olympic bracelets – just in time for the games! What’s your favorite color of the Olympic flag? Blue, yellow, black, green, or red? On opening day, February 7th, wear one or all five colors! Can’t make it to Sochi, Russia? Bring the heart pounding, competitive excitement to your living room with these kid-made origami Olympic bracelets. They fold-up in just minutes and make a great last-minute valentines for kids too.

For a step-by-step guide, see Olympic Origami Bracelets at All For The Boys blog.

DIY Olympic Origami Bracelets by Crayon Box Chronicles

Create a pretend play ticket booth and use DIY bracelets as your entry wrist bands for fun! Gear up and let the Olympic Games begin! What’s your favorite winter sport?

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27 thoughts on “Kid-Made Origami Olympic Bracelets

  1. JayNine says:

    Fantastic! I love these! Way to get the children in the spirit of teamwork and physical activity; and, keep it that way…with the wrist reminder! So many great social learning opportunities for the children during this time. It’s very exciting and I am enjoying the Olympics with my own children now, more than I think I ever have before. Thank you for the project idea 😀

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    • crayonboxchronicles says:

      thank you JayNine. So glad you like the activity. We’re big origami fans and I’m pretty much obsessed with paper, lol! 😉 What’s your favorite winer Olympic sport? Mine is snowboarding! We’re enjoying them as well. Thanks so much for your comment.

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  2. Jill says:

    I love this idea it is super fun for the Olympics and creative too!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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  3. teachingyoungchildren says:

    They look so colorful. Pinned and going to feature your post in an Olympics round up at Afterschool for Smarty Pants next Monday. Thanks for sharing with Afterschool!

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