The Commonwealth Games were called the British Empire Games when they were first held in 1930 in Hamilton, Canada.
There were six sports at the first Games: aquatics; athletics; boxing; lawn bowls; rowing; and wrestling.
Today there are ten core sports – aquatics; athletics; badminton; boxing; hockey; lawn bowls; net-ball; rugby sevens; squash; and weightlifting, and the host nation can choose up to 7 other sports.
There will be 17 sports at Glasgow 2014 and there were 17 in Delhi when the last Games were held there in 2010.
There must be four para-sports at the Games too. There are between six and eight sports at the Commonwealth Youth Games.
Today, there are 53 countries in the Commonwealth, but there are 70 countries and territories in the Commonwealth Games Federation which can participate in the Games.
2 x A2 Posters – one with the Commonwealth flags and another showing the 17 sports which will be at the Glasgow Games
2 Card Sets – one about the sports at the Games and another about the Commonwealth countries.
Stickers suitable for sport - such as A’ Chiad Àite, Tha mise math ann an sgioba, Bhuannaich sinne! ( First Place; I’m a good team player; We won!)