My kiddos have always loved practicing their sight words using rainbow writing! This week I saw a post on Twitter where a class did their words on Seesaw using the drawing tool to create their rainbow words.
After retweeting the post, I was inspired to play around with the idea and tweak it to make it work with our district's sight word list. I also played around with a format that I felt would work best for kindergartener's and 1st graders.
I ended up creating two sets of words! One set is created with a trace the dot font on handwriting lines like you see on the right and the other set other set is done with a solid font on handwriting lines. You can choose what you prefer depending on the amount support your kiddos need or on your preference.
I also debated if I wanted to do each word like this for the entire year or if I wanted to work students towards being more independent, so I also created a blank handwriting line template that can be used with any words.
I then uploaded these words as images to my Google Drive where I can easily access them from Seesaw by clicking on:
Add file > Select from Google Drive > Choose the folder and the item and add to the class feed.
These words are put into lists based on our district expectations, but if you're interested, you're more than welcome to take a peek and make a copy of the file for your own use! I have the first 3 lists done which are kindergarten and 1st grade words. I'll be adding on to these in the near future, so feel free to check back for additional resources. Here is the link to get to the folder that has both the trace the dot font and solid font words.