Make handwriting practice can be FUN and colorful with Rainbow Letters. My students LOVE to make rainbow letters! Students can use colored pencils, crayons, glitter crayons, markers, paint, or other material of your choice to create the rainbow letters. Students trace the letter inside the letter shell using a writing tool. Each time they trace the letter they use a different color. The more colors the students use, the more it will look like a rainbow! Or you can have students paint the letters using q-tips in a rainbow pattern. You choose the page(s) you want students to work on. You can have different students work on different pages depending on their skill level! It is a great way to differentiate! To make letter making more fun, make it a game and include counting concepts at the same time! Put the directions (page 4) out in the center with the letter page you choose. Students roll a dice and trace the letter the corresponding color. The game is over when they have rolled each number/use each color. Rainbow letters can be used in a small group, literacy center, or in a Daily 5 word work center. Rainbow Letters would benefit students in a preschool classroom, pre-k classroom, or a kindergarten classroom.
• Directions (pg: 3)
• Ways to use in the Classroom (pg: 4)
• Write the Letters Game Directions (pg: 5)
• Rainbow Letters: Uppercase Alphabet (pg: 6)
• Rainbow Letters: Lowercase Alphabet (pg: 7)
• ½ Page Single Rainbow Letter Sheets: Uppercase & Lowercase (pg: 8-20)
• ½ Page Single Rainbow Letter Sheets: Uppercase Only (pg: 21-33)
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