21 Rainbow Crafts & Activities To Brighten Up Your DayJanuary 20, 2017 / byMichelle McInerney | MollyMoo / Categories : Feeds
Celebrate the rainbow with 21 of my favorite fun and colorful rainbow crafts and sensory activity projects for you and your little ones. Spring, St Patrick’s Day or any day the rainbow is always welcome in our house xx
All the colors of the rainbow on your windowsill. So pretty via paperyandcakery
Framed Rainbow Weaving
A lovely ‘introduction to weaving with kids’ project using recycled textile yarn to create a framed rainbow keepsake. via TheCraftyKitty
Rainbow Water Xylophone
As long as you have food coloring, you ™ll probably have everything you need to make your very own. pin! pin! pong! via meetthedubiens
DIY Rainbow Fascinator
Rainbow hues certainly aren't limited to just St Patrick’s Day – thank goodness!! via studiodiy.
More Rainbow Fun
Rainbow Play For The Littlest Of Hands
Rainbow Barley Sensory Play
With a few squirts of liquid watercolors transform some expired barley into a treasure filled sensory tray for dumping, filling, and pouring – and imaginative play too. see the fun on twodaloo
Make A Rainbow Puzzle
Kids Activities Blog loves activities for toddlers like this one because they foster children's creative side by letting them make their own rainbows.
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