Springtime is the perfect time to explore rainbows! We all know they are beautiful to look at, but they can also be used to inspire creativity in our children. That’s why I’m featuring rainbow themed activities this week! Your kids won’t be able to unlearn the colors after exploring rainbows in all these different ways!
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This Week’s Featured Posts…
Paper Towel Art
I love activities that use things you already have around the house.
Edible Rainbow Sensory Play
This would be great for young children who like to put things in their mouth!
Make and Explore Colored Salt
It’s easy to make and creates a beautiful rainbow the kids can practice writing and drawing in or just play!
Make a Color Matching Toy
This is beautiful! I love how it’s made from things in the recycle!
Rainbow Paint Chip Color Matching Activity
Turn paint chips into a learning activity!
Make a Rainbow
Can you put the colors in the right order?
Rainbow Tissue Paper Craft
Got Tissue Paper? I know I do. What a great way to use some up!
R is for Rainbow!
Pick up some free printables for the kids to explore rainbows on their own and practice the letter R at the same time!
Drawing with Colored Sand
Colorful and relaxing! Kids will love how the sand feels falling from the bottles.
RAINBOW BLOG HOP
This post is part of an amazing Rainbow Blog Hop dedicated to supporting World Prematurity Day and UK based charity Bliss – who provide the best possible care and support for all premature and sick babies and their families.
Check out these other posts:
Wise Owl Factory – Rainbow Craft
Crystals Tiny Treasures – World Prematurity Day
Craft Ideas for Kids – Rainbow Colour Mixing
Adventures of Adam – Rainbow Shaving Foam Bath Painting
P is for Preschooler – Fine Motor Rainbow
True Aim – Rainbow Activities for Kids
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Jaime FSPDT says
thanks so much for the feature!
Ashley Moore says
Thanks for featuring our Edible Rainbow!
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Diana Rambles says
Thanks for hosting!
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Carolyn Wilhelm says
These are great ideas and perfect for a child I know! They are just where she is learning wise now. Thanks for these ideas and links to even more. Thank you so much. Shared on social media! Carolyn
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Emma @ P is for Preschooler says
I love the colorful ideas – especially the paper towel art!
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