Get ready for some serious fun with these rainbow sensory activities!
From tactile foam to rainbow colored coconut, these inventive and fun outlets will get your kids engaged.
Want more sensory ideas? Be sure to check out our other fun sensory activities for kids!
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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!
Printable Rainbow Fun for Kids
Don’t miss these fun, printable rainbow ideas to do at home or in your classroom!
Sensory bins shouldn’t have to be complicated!
You can make easy DIY colored salt in just minutes and then you have amazing materials for lots of sensory play.
Your kids will love studying and playing with this rainbow water beads sensory bottle.
The translucent water beads mixed with water make a wonderful sensory play for young kids.
Looking for rainbow activities?
Well, your kids are going to love this giant shaving cream rainbow!
It's a fun outdoor messy sensory play activity.
Fun colors, texture, and scent all in these Rainbow Spring Sensory Paints for the kids.
These paints are scented!
A terrific fizzing rainbow activity to go with the book "My Color is Rainbow."
Try this taste-safe rainbow sensory bin using tapioca pearls.
Have you ever tried making soap foam?
It’s incredibly easy to make and results in a foamy, sudsy and soft sensory experience!
This rainbow soap foam activity takes bath time to another level!
This DIY rainbow water bead lava lamp experiment will wow your kids!
After you play with water beads, use them to learn the chemical reaction between sodium bicarbonate and water.
Make a sensory rainbow by pushing the straws into shaving cream.
By using the shaving cream as a base, the straws are able to stick in place and the kids can enjoy a sensory activity by playing with the shaving cream when they were done.
You'll love using Kool-aid for dyeing things.
It always smells so yummy and the colors always come out beautiful.
Under the umbrella sensory play aims at visual system and as such, this rainbow activity is perfect for babies and toddlers.
Under the umbrella sensory play would be perfect before nap time in the afternoon, or you can even lay down with them and take a nap together!
This is a lovely quick activity if you are looking for a quick, indoor boredom buster.
It takes minutes to set up and is easily enjoyed by a wide age range.
Create this gorgeous colorful rainbow slime recipe for loads of fun your kids will enjoy.
Rainbow shredded coconut - our personal favorite sensory bin filler!
It's bright and colorful.
Another bonus is that it's already scented, so it boosts the sensory experience without adding anything extra.
Babies LOVE sensory play.
Because of that, here's a sensory play idea that would be safe for your child to eat!
Use your sense of touch with this sensory color wheel activity.
Use simple materials to change ordinary paint into something exciting to learn and play with.
Not your "traditional" sensory play.. but making rainbow cookies is a great way to get kids using those little hands and strengthening those fine motor skills.
We did "color mixing" with the dough and it was a fabulous experience .
What happens when you hide some toys in your next Rainbow Jelly Sensory Bin?
You’ve just made your own indoor scavenger hunt in about 10 seconds.
Dig, taste and discover all the treasures hiding in this simple and delicious sensory activity for kids.
Make a Rainbow Tunnel to motivate your kiddos to play and move.
Once set up, they are sure to want to see what’s at the end of the tunnel.
This Rainbow Rice Sensory Bin is a great way to engage your children in play by using their hands, eyes, and a bit of imagination.
You can fill it with all sorts of toys too!
These Rainbow Sensory Bottles are bright and cheerful and just perfect for baby and toddlers to explore.
They also double up as fantastic shakers so older children can use them as homemade musical instruments for all their singing and musical ideas too.
Scarves in a ball create an irresistible fine motor game for kids!
Make it even more interesting by adding all the colors of the rainbow into our play.
You can have a lot of fun mixing up this Rainbow Slime for a great sensory activity for kids.
This is perfect for a spring activity, St Patrick’s Day or even just a rainy day indoor activity!
Sensory play and learning letter identification with this fun and educational sensory bin idea.