Tell students, “As a class, we are going to work on a project, and each one of you is going to be responsible for part of it. If someone is not responsible and does not do their job, the project cannot be completed. Can I trust each one of you to be responsible?” The students should give a verbal response.
Next, tell students, “We are going to make a class rainbow. Each one of you will get a piece of the rainbow with a specific color named on the back of each piece. You are responsible for coloring your pieces with the same color of crayon or marker as the color written on the back. If someone does not complete their piece or does not color in the correct color, the rainbow cannot be completed.”
Pass out the pieces of the rainbow to each student. (If you have a large class, several students will be responsible for the same color pieces of the rainbow.) Assist students as they color their pieces of the rainbow.