“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.
Check out the A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman book activities.
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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.
- 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.
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