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Rainbow activities

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Rainbow activities. Get inspired and try out new things.

This colourful Rainbow Craft is really easy to make with the FREE printable template, and kids will love all the bright colours, 3D shapes and textures!

Paper Towel Art - Is it magic or science?!

This magic paper towel art will blow your child's mind. As if by magic you can make pictures or colours appear by placing a paper towel in water. How is this possible you ask, is it magic or is it science? Whatever it is this surprise drawing activity is definitely fun!

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Rainbow Science Experiments

Get hands-on with these 25+ rainbow science activities for elementary students! Make science come alive with these activities to make learning epic.

Grow a Rainbow on Paper Towel Experiment | Mombrite

This colorful grow a rainbow experiment will amaze your kids! Learn how to grow a rainbow within minutes by using paper towels, markers, and two cups of water.

Vinegar Rainbow Science Experiment

You are going to love this baking soda science experiment. Science experiments for kids are always fun and this rainbow science experiement will definitely catch the kids attention. Children as young as toddlers and preschoolers will love this erupting rainbow activity!

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Rainbow activities are a great way to celebrate spring & St. Patrick's Day with your preschool and kindergarten students. We've gathered some of our favorite ideas for fun rainbow activities that are sure to keep your young learners engaged! Click the link for more hands-on rainbow activities!
A mess free rainbow painting experience for toddlers! 👉🏻 Recommended for 2 to 4 years old. 👉🏻 Follow for more fun activities for kids!
Kinetic Sand Rainbow Activity for Toddlers & Preschoolers
Cut out half circles from felt and create your own colorful rainbow. Kids will label the colors, sequence the colors, sort by size, and request help when needed. This is a great spring or March activity to add to your toddler or preschool lesson plans. Add a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for a St. Patrick's Day activity. Ideal for preschool teachers, toddler parents, preschool parents, and SLPs. Have fun building your own rainbow!