Here are four rainbows that work on different skills. I wanted to make a rainbow for everyone! In the first rainbow, I just used a Sharpie and drew the lines for a rainbow. I wrote each color word in a space. Using a color word anchor chart, my daughter matched the color word to the color.
Next, we had a rainbow and a pot of gold. I cut out the pot from black construction paper and found some foam popsicle sticks. You could just as easily use strips of construction paper.
Here is the third. We used the same gold bling, but it would look awesome with glitter or gold paper. This time she tore the paper and glued it in a line. I put the glue down in the shape of a rainbow, but created a printable with lines that you can use. Students will place the glue on the lines and place the torn paper on top. Click here for your freebie.
The fourth rainbow is just like the first, but students will place stickers of the matching colors on the rainbow. I wrote the color word in each space and we used an anchor chart to help with the matching. You can use any type of sticker. I just happened to have hearts!
Thanks for joining me! I linked up to Always a Teacher & Forever a Mom for her Sunday Night Whispers. This is the first time that I have linked up, but there are tons of great ideas on her blog and on the linky! Be sure to check out this amazing resource :)