Rainbow Inspired Activities for Kids

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There is just something magical about rainbow inspired activities.  All those pretty colors in one place just makes me smile, lol. But rainbow activities for young kids are a great way for them to learn while playing.  There are so many amazing rainbow themed activities out there I went searching for the best to share with you today.  You will find rainbow themed crafts, snacks, sensory, science and more.  These activities are from around the web.  This may be my favorite round up yet.

 

Rainbow Inspired Activities for Kids

 

Rainbow Inspired Activities for Kids

 

From FSPDT

 

~Rainbow Button Sensory Bottle

~Rainbow Rocket Felt Set

 

~Science Experiment Growing Crystal Rainbows

 

~Rainbow Cereal Craft

 

~Rainbow Straw Scissor Skills

 

Rainbow Rocket Science

 

~Rainbow Color and Shape Match Up

 

~Rainbow Banana Pops

 

~Facial Tissue Rainbow Tree

 

~Rainbow Caterpillar Fingerprint Craft

 

~Rainbow Clean Mud

 

~Rainbow Salt Writing Tray~ Sensory Play and Learning for kids

 

~Rainbow Fingerprint Flower ~ Family Art

 

~Rainbow Fingerprint Birds

 

~Rainbow Finger Bath Paint

 

~Color Surprise Playdough

 

~Edible Cream Cheese Playdough with rainbow theme play

 

~Fine Motor Rainbow Ball Game on Still Playing School

 

~Pipe Cleaner Rainbow on Still Playing School

 

~Rainbow Suncatcher on Fireflies and Mud Pies

 

~Rainbow Chickpeas {how to dye dried chickpeas} on And Next Comes L

 

~Scented Rainbow Science on Fun a Day

 

~Learning Rainbow Order Stacking Cups on Sugar Aunts

 

~Rainbow Colors Sort Busy Bag on Sugar Aunts

 

~Rainbow Baking Soda and Vinegar Experiment on Happily Ever Mom

 

~Rainbow Art Puzzle for Kids on Fun a Day

 

~Rainbow Coconut { how to dye shredded coconut for sensory play} on And Next Comes L

 

~Teaching Shapes and Colors with Rainbow Rocks on Fun a Day

 

~Cotton Ball Rainbow on Fireflies and Mud Pies

 

~Recycled Cardboard Rainbow Craft on Still Playing School

 

~Homemade Rainbow Xylophone on And Next Comes L

 

~Rainbow Scavenger Hunt on How Wee Learn

 

~Shamrock Rainbow Necklaces on Mamas Like Me

 

~Rainbow Handprint on House of Burke

 

~Stained Glass Rainbow Collage on Where Imagination Grows

 

~Rainbow Shaving Cream Coin Dig on House of Burke

 

~Rainbow Slime on Little Bins for Little Hands

 

~Rainbow Bubble Snake on Housing a Forrest

 

~Paper Plate Rainbow Craft on Housing a Forrest

 

~Homemade Rainbow Frozen Yogurt Popsicle on Coffee Cups and Crayons

 

~Fine Motor Activities with Rainbow Pasta and Playdough on Kids Play Box

 

~Sticky Rainbow Collage on Inspired by Familia

 

~Hexbug Rainbow LEGO Track on JDaniel4’s Mom

 

~Rainbow Ice Ball Sensory Bin on Craftulate

 

~Scented Rainbow Sensory Art on Coffee Cups and Crayons

 

~Rainbow Busy Bag on The Pleasantest Thing

 

~Rainbow Bear Sensory Bottle  on The Pleasantest Thing

 

~Peppermint Rainbow Rice on The Pleasantest Thing

 

~Sugar Water Density Rainbow  Science Experiment on Little Bins for Little Hands

 

~Rainbow Lacing Busy Bag on Coffee Cups and Crayons

 

~R is for Rainbow on Mamas Like Me

 

~Rainbow Busy Bag on Lalymom

 

~Rainbow Sensory Writing Activity on Fun a Day

 

~Rainbow Fine Motor Play on Sugar Aunts

 

~Rainbow Soda Dough on Lemon Lime Adventures 

 

~Tissue Paper Rainbow Suncatcher on Mom Inspired Life 

50+ rainbow inspired activities for kids

 

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