St. Patrick’s Day may bring the color green to mind, but there are so many more colors to enjoy. These Rainbow Activities are perfect for your kids. Think about the pot of gold and where it is located in stories – at the end of the rainbow! Every beautiful color is represented by a rainbow. It brings joy and happiness – you can’t help but smile when you see one in person.
Rainbow Activities for Kids
24+ Amazing Rainbow Activities for Kids – Rainbow Crafts – STEM
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Have fun with your children this St. Patrick’s Day or anytime this spring by doing some of these fun Rainbow Activities for kids!
Rainbow Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten
Life Over C’s – Rainbow Drip Art for Kids
Parenting Chaos – Toothpick and Marshmallow Engineering
7 on a Shoestring – Rainbow Craft for St. Patrick’s Day
Crafty Morning – Celery Stamping Rainbow Fish
Artsy Momma – Color Scavenger Hunt Activity for Kids Learning Spanish
What Mommy Does – Free Printable Rainbow Coloring Pages
ABC Creative Learning – Rainbow Sponge Kids Craft
The Nerd’s Wife – Rainbow Preschool Craft
Best Toys 4 Toddlers – Weaving Rainbow
Natural Beach Living – Preschool Engineering with Rainbows
Kids Activities Blog – Mosaic Rainbow Paper Plate Craft
I Heart Crafty Things – Bubble Wrap Printed Rainbow
ABC Creative Learning – Pot o Gold Rainbow Craft
Artsy Momma – Rainbow and Gold Coin Crayon Rubbing
Little Bins for Little Hands – Crystal Rainbow Science
Crafty Morning – End of the Rainbow Paper Plate Twirler
Housing a Forest – Rainbow Shamrock Craft
Playdough to Plato – Rainbow Jar
Mess for Less – Rainbow Fruit Loop Towers
Lille Punkin – Macaroni Rainbow and Cloud Kids Craft
Parenting Chaos – Crawling Colors Color Mixing Science Experiment
Hands on as We Grow – Rainbow Scavenger Hunt with Clues
Lemon Lime Adventures – Rainbow Soda Dough Recipe
Inner Child Fun – Rainbow Paper Plate Craft
123 Home School 4 Me – St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Hand Art Craft
I’ve included a variety of projects that will keep your kids busy for hours. There are activities for fine motor skills, math, counting skills, science experiments, art projects, and even a cool scavenger hunt that teaches kids how to say each color of the rainbow, in Spanish! Not only will your family have a ton of fun, but they’ll be learning the entire time. Make some colorful memories this spring with your kids!