These Rainbow Quotes Writing Sheets are great for a quote and learning fun! Each page has a positive quote for the kids to write out or trace. Having Rainbow Activities like these are perfect for March or anytime during the year when the kids need a boost of learning!
When it comes to learning quotes, this printable packet is a great place to start. Excellent for kids of all ages to read, talk about, and complete.
These quote printable pages are great for kids and a good reminder for adults. There is something about great quotes that everyone can appreciate.
While the kids work on their handwriting skills, the adults can read and discuss the quote.
Use this printable packet as a fun way to communicate with the littles so they can understand how a positive or great quote can help with mindsets and actions for the day.
What is the learning benefit of this printable?
Every page on this printable is to help with handwriting and writing skills. While the writing is done in dotted lines for tracing, print for printing, and even cursive to help see and understand that writing style, the kids can write and complete how they see fit.
This helps them build confidence in their alphabet skills, work on the correct way to hold a pencil or pen, and develop writing skills.
What it includes:
This printable packet includes multiple pages of famous and new quotes, all in a written format for the kids to mimic and copy.
Some of the pages will have the kids tracing over the words of the quotes, while the other pages will give lines and spaces for the kids to write out the quote.
Once the packet is printed, the kids can complete each sheet at their own pace. Don’t forget to let them decorate and add their fun flair to it.
Fun ways to use this printable:
While I’m all about using these printable quotes as they are, don’t forget that they can be used in various other ways, too.
Quotes are some of my favorite things because they’re inspiring, helpful, motivating, and sometimes even downright funny.
Here are other fun ways these printable quotes for kids can be used!
Draw a picture to match the quote
The fun thing about quotes is that we don’t always imagine them the same way. (and that’s okay!) Once the kids hear and write out the quote, have them draw a picture.
This is a great way to combine visual learning with imagination, encouraging them to be creative.
Make up their quote
It’s fun to feel that words are heard and even more fun to have the kids create quotes to discuss and display.
Their quotes can be funny, silly, wacky, serious – or any emotion that they want them to be.
Once they make up a quote, make a big deal out of it and hang it up! You can’t go wrong with talking about quotes and making new ones.
Research the most famous quotes
Once the kids complete those packets of handwriting quote activities, they will be interested in learning about more quotes.
Some very famous quotes have been spoken in our time, and it may be a great idea to talk about them with the kids.
They can learn about the quotes, talk about their favorite parts from the quotes, and even research the people who said the quotes.
What makes learning about quotes so much fun for the kids?
Engaging children in learning about quotes is an enjoyable and beneficial experience that should be encouraged.
Quotes can inspire, motivate, challenge, and even entertain young minds as they become more familiar with different authors and personalities.
By studying quotes and their contexts, kids improve their literacy skills, such as reading comprehension and writing, and gain greater insight into their meaning.
Further, learning about quotes has the added benefit of introducing them to timeless topics such as bravery, friendship, courage, kindness, and more.
Parents may wish to incorporate learning about quotations into everyday conversations with their children for an enriching collective experience that fosters enthusiasm for knowledge.