With all the colors of the rainbow you can capture a preschoolers curiosity and teach them lots of things! Here are some rainbow learning activities to get you started.
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Letter Matching Rainbow
Great way to learn upper and lower case!
Reading Comprehension Rainbow Bracelet
A genius way to guide kids through retelling a story.
Rainbow Activities and Free Printables
Lots of activities to teach your tots with free rainbow printables!
Learn to spell your name or anything else with this easy activity.
Rainbow Paper Science Experiment
Find out what is making all those beautiful colors.
Rainbow Hair Free Poem Printable
Children will learn how to read their colors through a poem and craft.
Counting Rainbow Goldfish
A fun free printable to do after you read the famous Dr. Seuss Book!
Counting Coins in Rainbow Sensory Sand
This sand is even fun to just look at!
Rainbow Sight Word Painting
Secret words are hiding on the paper. Do this with letters or numbers too!
Play with the Rainbow
Have some more fun with these rainbow play ideas!
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Kimberly Lewis says
Hello Cute Lady! It is always a pleasure to be a part of your party. Thank you. I would love it if you would stop by our party. We pin and tweet everything.
Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls
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Deb @ Living Montessori Now says
What a fun roundup … I love rainbow activities! Thanks for featuring my rainbow activities and free printables post, Janine. I pinned your post to my Rainbow Unit Study Board. 🙂
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I love rainbows – they are so beautiful and the activities are so much fun. Thanks for featuring our rainbow hair activity.
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My son, who’s in 4th grade, attends a Gifted/Talented class once a week. He came home yesterday with a ‘Pi necklace’ he made in his G/T class.To me it just looked like random colored beads on a string, but actually each color was assigned a number. So he could look at the colors and repeat all the numbers in Pi – 3.1415926…..etc. I was amazed you could do this with rainbow beads!
I’ve seen that too! There are so many creative ideas out there isn’t there?