ROY G BIV is an acronym to help a child or adult remember the seven colors of the rainbow.
R â€“ red
O â€“ orange
Y â€“ yellow
G â€“ green
B â€“ blue
I â€“ indigo
V â€“ violet
ROY G BIV Activity
Use the roy g biv acronym to help your child learn the colors of the rainbow. The activity below provides a fun activity to help a child remember the colors. Click here to obtain a PDF file of the above sight word activity.
Four out of seven of the colors of the rainbow are sight words: red, yellow, green and blue. In addition, orange does not rhyme with another word. â€œRedâ€ and â€œreadâ€ and â€œblueâ€ and â€œblewâ€ are homophones. They sound the same but have different meanings and spellings. Young readers typically misuse and misspell homophones.
Hereâ€™s some more printables to go with the lesson:
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