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My Emma is a tomboy to her core, but sometimes? She goes all girly on me. That’s totally fine with me, but it can take me by surprise if I’m not paying attention. One of the ways that she does it is that she goes all girly when it comes to rainbows. She loves them and I love the fact that she asks me to be apart of any craft or activity she’s doing. Because of that, I am almost always on the look out for kids rainbow crafts and kids rainbow activities. They’re so much fun and really? Who wouldn’t want to play with rainbows?!
Saint Patrick’s Day will be here soon and these are perfect for helping your kids celebrate Saint Patrick in a fun and healthy way. They’re fantastic as Saint Patrick’s Day science experiments! Don’t think they’re only good for that though! These would be awesome as a homeschool lesson to learn about rainbows, as a rainy day activity or anytime you want to take a break really! Some of them can be messy though so if you’re worried about your kids clothing, you may want to consider picking up a child’s art apron to help cover them.
25 Kids Rainbow Crafts & Activities
Great as a boredom buster, this Rainbow Jar from Play Dough to Plato is perfect for keeping your kids entertained on a rainy day!
Help teach them more than just the colors of the rainbow with this awesome Crawling Colors experiment from Parenting Chaos. They’ll have so much fun watching the colors “crawl” from one jar to the next!
If your kids are confused on how a rainbow forms, showing them hands on how to make a rainbow with these great rainbow activity from Inspiration Laboratories is just what they need to understand the process!
Prisms are a super fun way to explore rainbows! This Exploring Prisms kids activity from Buggy and Buddy is a great way to teach and have a blast at the same time!
Fizzy bubbles plus fantastic colors make this Fizzy Rainbow activity from Fun.A.Day a true winner! It’s great for kids who may get a little bored with the same old style of craft!
Coffee filters, markers and water come together for this Rainbow Chromatography craft from Make and Takes to create an awesome design that would be fantastic for other kids crafts you might enjoy! I personally think they would make amazing paper flowers!
Grab a bar of Ivory soap and get busy making these bright Rainbow Puffy Clouds from Two-Daloo. The kids will love them and you know what? You’ll get a kick out of them too!
Tired of boring paper? Science Kiddo will show you how to make Rainbow Paper!
If you’re looking for an easy rainbow activity for preschoolers, Little Bins for Little Hands shows you how to do this Crystal Rainbow craft! Your little ones will love it!
Fantastic Fun and Learning brings this Rainbow Racing activity to the table. Your kids will have a blast creating a rainbow colored mess to see who won!
All kids like smile and making it rainbow? So much better! This easy rainbow slime craft from Study at Home Mama is the perfect “messy” kids activity!
Turn an ordinary bowl of milk into a rainbow piece of art with this rainbow magic milk activity from Happy Hooligans! It’s super fun and basically no mess!
Want even more kids rainbow crafts and activities? Check these out! I’m sure you’ll love them! We did!
Rainbow Ice and Salt from Powerful Mothering
Rainbow Spin Art from Babble Dabble Do
Rainbow Engineering from Parenting Chaos
Rainbow Icicles with Housing a Forest
Rainbow Goop from One Time Through
Rainbow Candy Recipe from Happiness is Homemade
Coffee Filter Rainbows with Green Owl Art
Rainbow Reactions with Lemon Lime Adventures
Light and Color Lab at STEM Mom
Color Mixing for Preschoolers by My Mundane Life
Color Mixing Eruptions at Learn Play Imagine
Rainbow Flowers from Growing a Jeweled Rose