Create Your Own Olympic Uniform Printable

  • History & Social Studies
  • Motor Practice
  • Sensory Play
  • Pre-K
  • Kindergarten
  • Grades 6-8
  • Grades 4-5
  • Grades 1-3

If you could participate in any Olympic event, what would it be? Would you wear a tradition uniform, or would you create one all your own? Explore different craft materials and design a uniform to suit your Olympian dreams! Print out the free template below and write your own story.

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Create unique uniforms fit for any Olympian with sensory materials and gather inspiration from the history-making fencer, Ibtihaj Muhammad!  

  • Feelin’ Good: Create soft uniforms by cutting felt or foam sheets to size — then add 3D embellishments, like gemstones or glitter glue. Once they’re dry, invite your students to feel their crafts — what textures stand out?
  • Do the Twist: Fuzzy sticks and friendship thread bend into any shape! Use materials like these to outline the template, create patterns, or add details — all while practicing fine motor skills.

During the 2016 Olympics, Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first Muslim American woman to compete while wearing a hijab! Muhammad’s dedication to her faith challenged others to explore diversity and inclusion for all athletic uniforms. Watch this Olympian explain how she feels wearing a hijab while fencing! How do your students’ uniform crafts reflect their own uniqueness?