This packet includes rainbow facts, worksheet and activities to teach the basic primary and basic secondary colors through reading, writing, sorting, and doing. There are fun experiments too.
Rainbow facts sheet
K-W-L Rainbow sheet
Make your own rainbow experiment
Make your own line of colors with walking water experiment
Color strips display sheet – put objects in the correct color strip.
Color display boxes sheet – put objects in the boxes of the correct color word.
Color wheel – laminate for multiple uses. Add drops of food coloring to the corresponding colors and mix to get primary and secondary colors.
Make secondary colors – choose primary colors in each cloud and mix them to make a secondary color.
Primary and secondary mix and find quiz.
Paint splatter – match the color words to the correct paint splatter.
Sort primary and secondary colored objects – cut and paste.
Primary and secondary color sort answer key.
Color word practice pages – read the word, trace and write the word, color objects that are the color word, cut and paste the word. (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple)
Primary colors – color the objects that are primary colors.
Secondary colors – color the objects that are secondary colors.
Memory card. Use to play go fish, color match game, etc. 6 cards for each color.
What colors are in your class?
Look, find and draw colors outside.
Look, find and draw colors inside.
Look, find and draw colors on friends.
Look, find and draw colors for lunch.
Draw a rainbow that you see.
Trace a rainbow. Fine-motor practice.
Make a rainbow collage with the template or without.
Write the color words.
Read the color words, trace them and color the slime.
Writing prompt: I like rainbows because….
How many words can you make out of “RAINBOW”?
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