Teach your students about rainbows and white light using this fun Roy G. Biv craftivity! Each letter of Roy’s name stands for a color of the rainbow in the correct order: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. In this packet, there are 5 slides that I project onto my classroom whiteboard to facilitate class discussion about white light and rainbows. After we discuss what a rainbow is, we make Roy G. Biv – your kids will love making his crazy hair! The worksheet includes an original poem written by me. I used cut up pieces of construction paper and glue sticks with my class. Other options: hole punch circles, yarn, pipe cleaners, pom poms, or just crayons. Worksheet included where students draw their own rainbow.
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