1-2-3 Come Color A Rainbow With Me!
Are you looking for a fun way to review ordinal numbers or the colors of the rainbow?
If so, I think you'll enjoy the easy reader, "Let's Color A Rainbow."
Because of St. Patty's Day and the folklore surrounding leprechauns and their pots of gold at the end of the rainbow, I introduced rainbows in March, and then revisited them in April, when the spring showers started here in Michigan.
My Y5's loved crouching on the floor and singing the Let's Make A Rainbow song, and then jumping up and arching their arms, as they finished the song, which is included at the end of the booklet.
Students trace and then write ordinal numbers as well as color words and then cut and glue the matching picture to their page.
Children also think of something else that is that color and write it down in the space provided.
When everyone has completed their booklet, read it aloud to reinforce the words and review concepts of print.
I think your little ones will enjoy taking it home and sharing it with their families.
I encourage this, so that students once again review what they've learned.
Click on the link to view/download Lets Color A Rainbow.
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"Children have a special way, of coloring your day in a happy way." -Unknown