The Olympic Rings are an iconic symbol representing the Olympic Games. The Rings are comprised of blue, black, red, yellow and green, and represent the five continents of the world, with the Americas considered as one, along with Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. Pretty neat, wouldn’t you say?

Now it’s our turn to get into the spirit of the games by recreating the iconic Olympic Rings using RoseArt Sidewalk chalk.

You only need a few household items to get started, so let’s do it!

  • RoseArt Sidewalk Chalk – Red, Black, Blue, Green and Yellow
  • White Construction Paper
  • Cardboard paper
  • Scissors

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Start by taking your cardboard and cut out five circles of the same size.

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Heavily color the edge of each circle with your RoseArt Sidewalk Chalk.

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Place the circles on the construction paper, chalk side up, one at a time to begin to create the Olympic Rings, starting with the blue circle. Hold the circle in place, then rub the chalk off with your finger and onto the paper. You will notice the circles will look like rays of light as you rub the chalk off.

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Continue with the remaining colors.

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Now your Olympic Rings are complete.

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You can use your Black Broadline Marker to add the date to the bottom. Enjoy the games! Go Team USA!

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