Brilliant ink-on-tile illustrations created with a secret process bring the alphabet to colorful life, while color-coding of text emphasizes letter-to-sound correspondence.
Children will delight in the rich, poetic language of colors like emerald, jasmine, and quartz—while also meeting old favorites like yellow, orange and purple.
A color key and pronunciation guide (for new colors like "zaffre," which rhymes with "laugher") is included. Instructions for how to extend the learning with a predictable sentence chart are also provided.
FREE Companion Materials:
Free printable supporting materials like miniatures of the illustrations (to add to your predictable sentence chart), sentence builders, and a days-of-the-week color counting book for literacy and math centers can be found here at Teachers Pay Teachers or at tweetspeakpoetry.com/literacyextras
(where many other literacy resources are also available).
Printable 'My Color Counting Book'
Printable Art Miniatures for Predictable Sentence Chart
Printable Sentence Builder Cards
FREE Support Resources
Color Fun Facts
Color Pronunciation Videos
Color Poetry Prompts
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