Rainbow crafts

I had a vision of rainbows taking over in place of the snowflakes currently up in my speech room. I let every single one of my speech groups do this craft (k-6th) so I have NO DOUBT you can use the idea too!

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Here is the ‘ideal’ final project. A four sided rainbow that you can hang from the top!

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Here’s another view. ¬†Adorable right?

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Don’t worry. You can adapt this to basically ANY time frame. I spent 10 minutes on a few groups and 60 minutes with other groups. What I love BEST is that it can basically make it work for anyone. Start with a plain rainbow. I google image searched and found this one. Try googling ‘Rainbow coloring page’. Have your kids write in their learning targets/practice in SHARPIE. That way they can color over it.

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Then color!

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Fold them in half.

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Assemble by gluing half sheets back to back.

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Easy Peasy!

 

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Here is a Multiple Meaning Words example.

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The EET was an easy group! Draw a dot for each color. We used the card from my “Old Lady Clover” packet to describe.

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Here is an example of one single rainbow sheet. Folded in half.

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In my social groups we gave examples for things that might happen, identified if it was an expected/unexpected behavior, and then different examples of how people might react.

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My fluency students listed a strategy on the cloud and sentences to practice with on the rainbow.

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On the Artic sets, we wrote the sound on one cloud and the position on the other cloud.

Ok so summary: You can use 1-4 rainbows depending on your level. Prep materials ahead of time. Spend just a few minutes or stretch is for 60 minutes to cover multiple trials.

Your room will be Springy before you know it! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

Lovely comments

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    Rebecca says

    What a great activity to do with multiple students. Thanks for sharing such an easy and creative activity! I know what I’m doing in therapy tomorrow!

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    Jenny Buffington says

    I love the rainbows for spring !!! Did you creat/draw this sheet? Is it available?

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      adminSRN says

      If you read in the passage, you’ll see that I just searched on google for Rainbow Coloring Page. I can not share things I don’t create myself because it’s a copyright violation. Best,Jenna

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