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Roy G Biv

ROY G BIV is an acronym to help a child or adult remember the seven colors of the rainbow.

R – red
O – orange
Y – yellow
G – green
B – blue
I – indigo
V – 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.

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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. “Red” and “read” and “blue” and “blew” are homophones. They sound the same but have different meanings and spellings. Young readers typically misuse and misspell homophones.

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  • I learned about roy g biv in my class. Great advice!


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