At long last, the Tokyo Olympics are finally underway, and Japan has already made history in the new Olympic sports that debuted this year, including 13-year-old Momiji Nishiya winning the first ever Olympic gold in women’s street skateboarding.
Although we aren't able to watch the Games in person, there's still plenty you can do including watching the Games online. If you're feeling crafty, Tokyo 2020 has also released a set of family-friendly craft activities for you and your kids to do at home. Plus, they're free.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic mascots, Miraitowa and Someity, are featured in paper craft cutouts, which you can download and print off here for free. They each comes with an English instruction sheet detailing all the steps to make your very own paper model of the mascots.
If you prefer to colour instead, try these two Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Torch Relay colouring pages, which show Miraitowa and Someity carrying the Olympic torch. After all, we could all do with some meditative colouring and crafting.
Keep up-to-date with our guide to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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