What better way to celebrate is there than with making some adorable rainbow crafts! Talking about rainbows is such a great way to help little ones learn their colors.
Engaging kids in something fun really helps create those lasting connections. For kids who already know their colors, discuss the order of the colors in a rainbow, and talk about light and dark colors. Allow crafting with your child to open up a whole slough of conversations. My kids LOVE our felt rainbow busy bag (and I love that is costs less than $1 to make – and keeps them busy over and over again!).
Keep Your Kids Busy and Learning with These Fun Rainbow Crafts
A few of these rainbow crafts we have already done (and LOVE) and some are on our list to do! If your kids love rainbows too (who doesn’t?!) then this roundup is for you! There are some really fun blogs listed here, check them out:
Rainbow Rattle Stix by Eager Ed
Rainbow Playdough by Pre-K Pages
Rainbow Slime by Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Edible Rainbow Sensory Bin by Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Rainbow Rolling Pin Art by Preschool Inspiration
Rainbow Sensory Sand by Pre-K Pages
Rainbow Paper Plate Craft by The Resourceful Mama
Rainbow Sight Word Lacing Busy Bag by Preschool Inspirations
Rainbow Calm Down Bottles by The Train Drivers Wife
Rainbow Felt Busy Bag by Views From A Step Stool
Pot of Gold Rainbow Shaker by In the Playroom
Rainbow Musical Shaker by Kids Craft Room
Rainbow Pipe Cleaner Bracelets by Sophistishe
Rainbow Mobile by Kids Craft Room
Rainbow Wind Sock by Kids Craft Room
Rainbow Marble Painting by Kids Craft Room
Rainbow Sponge Painting by Kids Craft Room
Rainbow Treasure Hunt by There’s Just One Mommy
Rainbow Painting by Crafty Momma in Me
Rainbow Weaving Art by The Typical Mom
DIY Rainbow Necklace by Mommy’s Bundle
Make a 3D Rainbow by Gift of Curiosity
Rainbow Edible Crayons by Made with Happy
St. Patricks Day Rainbow Art for Kids by One Krieger Chick
Enjoy these rainbow crafts with your kiddos, and celebrate Spring! Also, check out these 10+ Rainbow Activities and Printables!
Photo Credit: Deposit photos
This article was originally published on Feb 11, 2016.
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