It’s the second week in a row of poor health here in the Crafts on Sea household so I thought I’d take some time out to share some crafts and activities that put a smile on my face! I love rainbow crafts and activities, rainbows are a great way to teach basic science and weather to kids, they work brilliantly as St Patricks Day crafts and also my youngest’s name means Rainbow. What’s not to love about them?!
This rainbow salt painting from Mess for Less promises to brighten up any day and I think it would do that nicely!
Fun at Home with Kids explain how you cane mane these gorgeous rainbow foam bubbles while ideas for painting rainbows come from Hands On As We Grow’s rainbow sponge painting and Learn, Play, Imagine’s rainbow flour paint recipe. I love their post on how to make rainbow eruptions too, I know it’s a kids science experiment but I rather fancy doing it myself!
Finally The Imagination Tree’s giant rainbow collage should be enough to keep most kids busy on a rainy afternoon while Two Daloo’s puffy rainbow clouds look like great hands on rainbow fun. It’s ok to put your hands in a rainbow isn’t it?!
If you love rainbow crafts, activities and general cute rainbow stuff to make you smile, why not follow my lovely rainbow board on Pinterest? Don’t tell anyone but I think it might be my favourite board on there!
Follow Kate Williams CraftsonSea’s board Rainbows on Pinterest.