“Somewhere over the rainbow.” Keep singing along. There is something about rainbows that makes us think spring. Today, I’ve got a fun A Rainbow of My Own rainbow alphabet activity to learn about lowercase and uppercase letters.
A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman is this week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids.
First, are you new to Virtual Book Club for Kids? You can follow along with weekly themes, books, and learning ideas in the private Facebook group. Become a part of the Virtual Book Club group. I’ll be sharing an activity at least once a month for the group too.
A Rainbow of My Own Activity and Book
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You may know Don Freeman as the author Corduroy, but he has other books including A Rainbow of My Own. Imagine catching a rainbow that could be your very own. It might be hard to catch, but it sure would be fun.
Set-up is easy.
- Place a letter bead under each paper cup on the table.
- Print the rainbow letter sheet.
Get the printable.
Time to play.
- Have your child play hide-and-seek with the letters. Pick up one cup to reveal a letter.
- Name the letter and then find its uppercase letter match on the rainbow sheet.
- Repeat, repeat, repeat.
For more A Rainbow of My Own ideas, check out these posts from other bloggers participating in the Virtual Book Club for Kids.
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- Find the Unicorn Rainbow Sensory Bin – Inspiration Laboratories
- Taste Safe Rainbow Sensory Play – Adventures and Play
- Preschool Color Activities – Roll and Cover Rainbow
- Construction Paper Rainbow Craft – The Moments at Home
- Mixing Colors to Make a Rainbow – Mama Smiles
- CVC Word Family Rainbow Puzzles – Sea of Knowledge
- Rainbow Words – Rainy Day Mum
- Rainbow Preschool Music Craft & Song – Preschool Powol Packets
- Rainbow Science Experiments– Teach Beside Me