DIY Rainbow Rocks by Teach Preschool
Weaving Through a Rainbow by Teach Preschool
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Weaving through a rainbow by Teach Preschool
Simple but beautiful abstract rainbow paintings by Teach Preschool
Baking Soda + Koolaid + Vineagar = TONS of Rainbow Fun In a cup, I separately mixed each color of kool-aid with a small amount of baking soda and spread each mixture separately out on a cookie sheet in rainbow order. (ROYGBIV) With a cup full of vinegar he used a baster to drop the vinegar onto the baking soda, causing it to bubble and fizz
Fun with food! I created this colorful lunch to go along with one of my daughters favorite books! This would also be a fun lunch leading up to St. Patrick's Day. Easy to make too!
Rainbows. Article with dozens of rainbow ideas.
color changing carnations | paint cut paste
Artwork published by Harley580
Rainbow drink: make colored ice cubes (with KoolAid or juice), stack in tall glasses and pour in sprite (or water for kiddos).
Toddler Approved!: Rainbow Stick Painting
Toddler Approved!: Rainbow Stick Painting #readforgood
great color-sorting and counting! pompoms, magnets, print-outs, and a cookie sheet. easy as that!
Sew Fantastic: Rainy Day Fun
Cook spaghetti noodles, drain and cool. Fill a gallon Ziplock bag one quarter of the way with water. Add food coloring to the water. Add part of cooked spaghetti and mix around in the Ziplock bag until noodles change color. Drain, repeat with other colors. Fun spaghetti!