Rainbow Craft Getting to Know You Icebreaker All About Me Writing Prompt Craft

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K - 2nd, Homeschool
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Here’s a quick, easy & super-fun “getting to know you” (print and go) craft to use in a variety of ways: back to school, or a rainbow craft for spring.

Teacher Comments:

  • “A great way to get to know each other at the start of the year. It also made a lovely display for parents to enjoy.”
  • “I loved this resource. I used it as an activity at the end of the school year after reading nonfiction stories about the rainbow. This activity made for a super cute keepsake!”

The craftivity has a number of different options, so you can easily diversify the activity for different abilities & grade levels.

There are two rainbow options, the one "spilling from a cloud" can be cut out or snipped into a rectangle, for easy cutting.

The rainbow arc pattern, comes in both a full-page size, as well as a smaller, two-on-a-page pattern.

There are also add-on patterns for clouds & a heart.

After coloring their rainbow, children think of something that they really like, that matches that colorful stripe on their rainbow, then they write that word down.

For example, a favorite red thing of mine is strawberries.

Older students can attach the larger rainbow to the top of a writing prompt worksheet, where they can write more than one example.

I’ve also included a “directions poster” for this option.

Check the PREVIEW for lots of samples.

Completed projects make a wonderful BTS bulletin board or hallway display, and also look terrific suspended back-to-back, swirling & twirling from the ceiling.

As a fun way to get to know each other, before hanging, have everyone share one or two of their favorite colorful things.

I’ve included 6 posters to enhance your display & add extra pizzazz. These can also be used for conversation starters, an interesting discussion or additional writing prompts.

For added fun while students are working, play “These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things” from the Sound of Music, followed up by “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”.

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