A Rainbow of Fuzzies (that’s what we call pom poms!)
For this activity, I drew out the rainbow on a sheet of paper and then had my daughter glue the fuzzies on the right color!
This was another awesome family homework project that Henry’s kindergarten teacher sent home. We helped Henry come up with adjectives (“descriptive words”) for each letter in his name (an acrostic poem). He then decorated his cloud and wrote out the words (Handsome, Eager, Nice, Rare, & Young). Too cute!
Simply Drawing a Rainbow
Just like having kids draw people, trees, and houses … having a child draw a picture of a rainbow is a great descriptor and time-marker of where they are developmentally. I’m hoping to start of collection of these rainbow drawings to save a keepsakes!
Ribbon Rainbow & Cloud
I think this one was my personal favorite. I love the way these look hanging up on our back door. I cut out the puffy white clouds from cardstock, but I had my daughter get some practice cutting on the ribbon. She also glued them on by herself, too!
After all your rainbow projects are complete, don’t forget to treat the kids (and yourself) to a Rainbow Float (made from rainbow sherbet and lemon-lime soda!)!!!
Want even MORE rainbow ideas? Or have some of your own? Check out this fabulous Rainbow Blog Hop hosted by The Outlaw Mom.
Laura Hutchison (aka PlayDrMom) is a chubby kid turned competitive figure skater tween turned high school pom pon girl turned MSU Spartan turned grad student turned Mrs. HutcH turned Dr. turned Mom. She adores living in the Mitten, is addicted to Diet Coke, and firmly believes that ice cream is a main food group.