Rainbow Activities For Little Learners are perfect for the months of March and April. Since spring is upon us where I live and rain tends to come and go, using rainbows for academic learning is fun and engaging.
Using rainbows for a variety of academic activities are both fun and purposeful. Little learners can continue to work on colors, art and drawing while practicing specific academic skills. Here are a few of my favorite Rainbow Activities For Little Learners to use this time of year.
Art and/or Literacy
Rainbow Pattern **FREEBIE**
This Rainbow Pattern **FREEBIE** is an easy downloadable template perfect for a variety of activities. Use this for torn paper art, read and color the words, or as a story starter. You and your little learners will love this activity for purposeful practice.
Simple Rainbow Alphabet Cards **FREEBIE**
These **FREEBIE** rainbow alphabet cards are perfect for your POP-IT activities. Using a sharpie, write the alphabet letters on a POP-IT. Print out **FREEBIE** and laminate cards. Have your little learners pick a card and match to pop-it letter. A fun, engaging yet purposeful activity for practicing academic skills.
Decomposing Numbers Plus Addition
This one resource has 3 different activities for your little learners. Decomposing to 10, composing and decomposing numbers to 20, and finally addition. Add unicorn or rainbow manipulatives for added fun!
Check out post “Printable Rainbow Unicorn Decomposing Addition Activity” for more information.
Count and Match Rainbow
Rainbow Count and Match hands-on math activity is a perfect partner or individual math practice activity. Simple, low-prep counting 1-30, one-to-one correspondence and matching objects to numerals activity.
Digital Count and Match Rainbow Boom Cards
Purposeful practice for your digital or computer station.
Last but not least, don’t forget your sensory bin Rainbow Rice!! This is a must-have for your rainbow themed activities. Go to post “Easy to Make Rainbow Rice for the Sensory Bin” for complete description and how-to.