1. Treasuring Hunt Finds Later we used these for all sorts of projects– sensory bottles, collages, sorting games 2. Rainbow Stick Puppet 3. Spelling and Counting Board (modge podge + heavy canvas) 4. Classic Preschool Thumb Print Rainbow
1. Roll a Rainbow Dice Game 2. More Rainbow “work”
[RAINBOW Art Buffet!]
1 & 3. Colorful Pasta 2. Rainbow Pasta Art 3. Rainbow Addition
Everything is more fun in COLOR!
RAINBOW RICE RECIPE: Teach Preschool (colored & scented, oh my!!!)
RAINBOW PASTA RECIPE: Brilliant Beginnings
RAINBOW SENSORY BOTTLES: Kinder Friends
Favorite snaps from the week:
FUN with RAINBOWS Part I: HERE!
Wishing you a SPRING and St. Patty’s Day with more rainbows than you can count!
[Found-Art Collage] A preschool classic! Quite possibly my favorite kind of art.
You’ve met Roy G. Biv right??
Such a cheerful and colorful little guy! Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet. Find more fun learning activities with Roy G. Biv (and Shamrocks) at One Extra Degree!
1. Paint Chip Puppets 2. Tricky Colors 3. Rainbow Snacks 4. Board Color Clips
[Learning in a TIN]
[Color Junk Sort]
This was my favorite rainbow color project! Cheap and easy. I found the container for less than two bucks at Hobby Lobby. Our kindergartner uses a different set of numbers cards and dice. I also have him practice using his non-dominant hand for ”pinching.” Preschoolers can just count and sort!
Like the appearance of the bow that is in the cloud on the day of rain, so was the appearance of the brightness all around. Such was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it, I fell on my face, and I heard the voice of one speaking.
FUN with RAINBOWS Part II: HERE!