Of course, you can make your own rainbow! Here are 10 Rainbow Projects for you to make with kids, too.
These are tried and true rainbow-projects. There is a rainbow for each and every one of you: young or young-at-heart; inside or outdoors, in or out of the kitchen!
If we can find a rainbow in Sweden, it’s proof that rainbows are everywhere. It’s completely white outside my windows, but, not inside my home.
- Rainbow Necklace
- Rainbow Ice Sculpture
- Rainbow Binocular
- Rainbow Popsicle Rings
- Rainbow Puzzle
- Rainbow styled page-a-day journals
- Rainbow Game
- Rainbow Cards
- Rainbow Ring
- Free Printable Rainbow Doodle Place mat
I’ve attempted to bring our kids St. Patty’s Day Celebrations that were a part of my childhood and not their international experience. I remember wearing green to school and theatre productions of Finnegan’s Way. Along with a confession, that I d i d kind of hope I might meet a leprechaun one day. These concepts are probably very, very, loose in my kids minds but, one of my favorite surprises was the year that I woke the kids up with “rainbows to follow.” (below: Follow the Rainbow Game) but, of course rainbows are always right. I look forward to seeing which rainbows are the most you.
Willowday Wishes, Gina