A fantastic way to learn or reinforce different representations of letters of the alphabet.
Use for displays, games or use the black line versions and print on coloured paper to have the students create their own rainbows… a great practice activity or assessment!
The variety of fonts have been chosen to show common representations of the letters that the children would come across in different print. Upper and lower case are represented. Why not add extra skills to the games by gluing the pieces on pegs and placing in a sensory bin – letter learning, fine motor and sensory play all combined!!
The document has been structured for you to print the rainbows in colour (games, displays) or in black and white on colour paper for students to use.
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