With St Patrick’s Day near, rainbows seem to be the talk of the town. Sure we may be buried under a ton of snow here in Canada but I am going to look at the bright side… Spring preschool activities and rainbows are near. Today I will share with you J’s quick and easy rainbow invitation.

Rainbows are the talk of the town right now so I created a rainbow preschool activity for her.

First of all let me say, I am not a crafter. I think of all these grand ideas and when I try them they are horrid- so I spare myself  (and your eyes) the embarrassment. J’s basket to explore was so simple and easy and she loved it. I filled it wit so many things that she already plays with and a few stories will be read while she plays. C simply preferes to play with certain items of the basket. Okay I guess I should stop talking and start showing.

 

What’s Inside our Rainbow Basket?

Rainbows are the talk of the town right now so I created a rainbow preschool activity for her.

1) German colour cards. J is learning German (she has little lessons with her dad daily and they have mini conversations as well) I figured she already knows the colours in English, why not add another factor! So instead of ROY G BIV (Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet) we now have ROG G BIV (Rot Orange Gelb Grun Blau Indigo Violette).

Rainbows are the talk of the town right now so I created a rainbow preschool activity for her.

2) Playdough

I included playdough with all the colours of the rainbow as well as her playdough tools.

3) Xylophone

This was an old xylophone that she rarely played with however it was a hit with C.

4) Stories

I read a few stories from a book J’s oma (Dutch for Grandma) gave her. It is called The 2oth Century Children’s Book Treasury and it is awesome. It has a ton of classics such as Madeline, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and J’s favourite to date: Good Night Moon.

If you do not have it, I encourage you to do so- it has so many stories and it is separated into 3 levels. The story we loved was Freight Train. There was one picture in particular that made the cars resemble a rainbow. Love it. It is simple and your preschooler can learn and reinforce their colour knowledge.

If you are looking for other rainbow ideas (including crafty ones), check these out:

Rainbow Slime by Jenn at Study at Home Mama

Rainbow Sentence Building by Alyssa at Arts and Crackers

DIY Rainbow Onesie by Menucha at Moms and Crafters

Rainbow Mini Pallet by Dawn at Adventures of Goldilox

Thanks for walking with me.

 

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