As I mentioned yesterday, this week we are having fun with rainbows and colors. Visit this post for a list of books to go along with a Rainbow and Color theme. Here are some of the activities we have done.
Make a cloud rainbow using pom poms and strips of paper (more details here from Live Learn Love)
Rainbow Letter R (more details here from No Time for Flashcards).
Sort pony beads into rainbow colors then string on pipe cleaners. Stick the chenille stems in an egg carton to make a rainbow.
Zach had a great time stringing the beads. We used a flower foam base I had on hand as a stand.
Lily made her rainbow, then turned it into a garden complete with flowers, a sun, and clouds.
Play a matching game with paint chip samples. Make a color book using paint chip samples and ribbon (more details here from Nothing But Country).
Rainbow number assessment (free printable here)
Roll and color a rainbow (printable from Criss Cross Applesauce here)
Sort fuzzy pom poms by color (use clothespins for grasping as an added challenge).
Read My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss. Draw faces with different emotions (more details here ). Make a suncatcher with tissue paper (template available here).
Science experiment: colored water mixing (more details here from Make and Takes).
Build a rainbow out of felt (more details here).
Play a matching game with the felt shapes.
Play musical chairs-in color (using colored felt squares).
Make a Rainbow Fish (using colored tissue paper)
String colored froot loops and make a rainbow
Make marshmallow rainbows
Creative colors: make a rainbow using colored craft supplies (feathers, buttons, beads, etc)
End of the Rainbow game with Skittles
Pretty Rainbow Prints (fold in half and paint one side)
Make a rainbow bracelet using foam or beads
Assorted Rainbow activities available here