13+ Rainbow Activities for Spring


 Cheer up a rainy afternoon with a colourful Spring Rainbow Activity. Lots of fun ideas for making and painting rainbows suitable for kids of all ages to enjoy. 

Rainbow Activities for Spring

There is something magical about rainbows. They really capture young imaginations and cheer up a wet and rainy day. How many times have you chased the end of of a rainbow in pursuit of “treasure” on a day out with the kids? We are still to find the end of one, but we won’t stop trying.

13+ Rainbow Activities for Spring

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Add a Pot O’Gold to the end of a Bubble Wrap Rainbow Art Project. 

Add some colour to your learning when you make our Rainbow Rice Sensory Writing Tray. 

Then use your Rainbow Rice again in a fun Discovery Bottle or use it in this fun Math Addition Sensory Bin. 

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Get the St Patty’s Day party started with a bang on a Rainbow Tambourine. 

Turn left over Valentine’s Candy into a cool Rainbow Science Experiment.

Add some extra sparkle to this Spring Rainbow Slime Recipe. 

Get really messy with this gooey Rainbow Oobleck. And don’t worry it’s super easy to clean up afterwards.

Build this beautiful Rainbow Prism Suncatcher with shiny pony beads.

Hop along the colors of the rainbow to burn off excess energy when the kids are stuck indoors.

We couldn’t have a rainbow round up without a classic Paper Plate Rainbow collage.

Make up packs of colorful Rainbow Seeds to give as St Patrick’s Day treats.

And I couldn’t resist including this adorable DIY Rainbow Onsie. Such a cute idea for a Spring Baby Shower.

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