Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Rainbow Doodles! {Giveaway Included!}

I have a brand new shiny activity sitting in my TpT store right now! If you missed my blog post on rainbow writing, you can check it out here. I have added a new activity into my speech centers that has been quite a hit with the kids. Rainbow writing is where students write target words in 3 different colors (making it pretty like a rainbow).
Doing this activity helps with writing skills, spelling, and articulation. And as a bonus, I send these worksheets home as homework! I created a Rainbow Doodles packet that includes target sounds in the initial, medial, and final position.

There are 3 pages of words (total of 30) for each sound in each position. If you are working with younger students that are targeting /k, g, f, l/ sounds there is one pack that just targets those. If you have older students, there is another pack that includes /s, r/ "sh" "ch" and "th." I also included a combo pack for those of you like me that have a caseload of kids working on all kinds of sounds! Below are some examples of pages from the pack:
initial /k/ worksheet

medial /r/ worksheet

You can purchase these activities in my TpT store or try to win a copy of my combo pack below. I will pick 3 winners Friday!





19 comments:

  1. What a great idea- everyone loves using all the different colors.

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  2. I have little ones who like to write each letter of their name in a different color. They would LOVE this activity!

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  3. I have not used it before, but I'll have to try it out! It looks fun!

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  4. I haven't used it but it looks like tons of fun!

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  5. I have never used this before but it looks fun! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  6. I have not tried it, but it looks like lots of fun ( and functional too )

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  7. Never done this either but I know many of my students would enjoy it.

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  8. I have not tried it but it looks like a lot of fun! Thanks so much for the giveaway :)

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  9. No, I haven't used rainbow writing in my therapy room - but it looks like fun!

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  10. Haven't used it before but what a great idea!

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  11. This was really motivating for my cognitively impaired students because they love to color! I adapted this idea so that they could trace the words instead of indpendently spelling the words! I will be sure to continue to use this activity :)

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  12. I have never used this before but it looks like a great idea!

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  13. I haven't used it before. Interesting though!

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  14. Funny how something so simple can be so motivating! Definitely on my therapy to do list:)

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  15. I have not used Rainbow Writing in my therapy room (yet)!

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  16. This is the first time I've ever heard of rainbow writing, but I love how simple and easy it seems!

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  17. I have heard of rainbow sentences and rainbow words but not rainbow writing. Sounds like a great tool! Thanks for sharing!

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