Spring is the air, so it’s time to bring out the rainbow crafts and activities!
From Spring showers to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, there’s just something about rainbows that lifts your spirits.
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Adorable Rainbow Books
Enjoy these Rainbow Books that are perfect once your kids are done playing!
How the Crayons Saved the RainbowThe World Made a RainbowHappiness Is a Rainbow (Books of Kindness)Happy Rainbow
Planting a RainbowWhat Makes a Rainbow?: A Magic Ribbon BookI Can Eat a RainbowA Rainbow of My Own
It’s the perfect way to tie in learning about colors to your fun activities!
Rainbow Crafts and Activities
The snow is slowly melting outside my window, making me think of Spring.
Perhaps if I see a patch of grass I can consider it an official change of the season.
With that in mind, it’s time to embrace rainbows.
Even if I can’t see them through the gray skies, I know they’re waiting!
This fun rainbow paper craft for kids is great for working on those fine motor skills with scissors.
Rainbow Fidget Spinner Word Decoding Sheet - fun puzzles for your child to decode words!
This adorable rainbow jellyfish craft is full of vibrant colors and easy to make.
Pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and Styrofoam balls are all that are needed!
Picture books about rainbows are a terrific way to teach children all of the colors as well as the emotions they emote.
And many of these books get creative in how they’re teaching kids the colors of the rainbow.
Amaze your kids and Grow-a-Rainbow by following the easy directions.
You can also use the template and printables to increase learning.
This free rainbow playdough mat game is perfect for teaching color and number recognition.
Kids will love making their very own rainbow at home with this fun and easy Rainbow Cloud Craft!
It’s easy enough for preschoolers and kindergarteners to make on their own with just a little help in the gluing department.
This rainbow cook bark recipe is so easy you can make it with the kids!
Let them have fun setting up the rainbow of colors and then having a treat afterward.
These rainbow tie dye shirts resemble... you guessed it, a rainbow beaconed in the sky during the aftermath of a rain shower!
Build a Rainbow or Break it!
Free printable cutouts to make your own rainbow!
All you need to do it is print, cut the pieces out, laminate and add Velcro dots or magnetic tape to affix the pieces.
This is fun projects and also a great activity for kids to learn the colors of the rainbow.
Kids absolutely love love love creating this rainbow foods platter and then snacking away.
There’s always gold at the end of this rainbow fruit and vegetable platter.
This activity is perfect for working on those fine motor skills as kids build their own rainbow in a jar!
It's both a skill development exercise and a fun way to craft and decorate for Spring.
If you’re looking for easy art techniques for kids, paper towels and liquid watercolors are two supplies that you can grab quickly to keep your little ones entertained for ages.
What do you do with a large sheet of bubble wrap?
Make rainbows, of course!
Rainbow process art with toddlers is all about the action involved.
Many rainbow crafts allow children to explore color, but what if you encouraged your child to create a new kind of rainbow?
Rather than following the typical color scheme, encourage your child to re-imagine what a rainbow might look like.
This super simple rainbow water experiment is a mesmerizing rainbow art project for kids!
Mix, drop, and learn all about colors.
And be sure to check out these Rainbow Sensory Activities!