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  • Elaine Bollhorst

    rainbow party activity

  • Philarney Unwin

    Rainbow craft

  • S.K.

    Kindergarten Math: Measuring a Rainbow

  • Julie Dent Reimer

    Rainbow paper strips

  • Jennifer Higgins

    Must remember for Sunday School!

  • Leslie Shaw

    rainbow measurement ) Measure and cut the construction paper into 1” wide strips. Depending on the age of your kids, this is a great way to reinforce measuring!!! 2) Measure and cut each of the strips into the following lengths: red ~ 11" orange ~ 10” yellow ~ 9” green ~ 8” blue ~ 7” indigo ~ 6” violet ~ 5” 3) Stack all of the strips together in the “ROY G BIV” order with red on top. Align and staple the aligned end together. 4) Bend and align the other end and staple to form a rainbow!! And that’s it…a fun rainbow with a little bit of measuring practice as a bonus!!! :-)

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