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  • Lydia B

    Making 3d rainbows out of construction paper strips

  • Zak Virgil Harper

    Maybe do this in the fall of Kindergarten to help teach them how to make glue stick! The 10 second rule is to remember that once you add glue to each end of your paper strip then you press and hold your fingers on both ends of the paper for 10 seconds (counting the seconds out loud) so the paper will stay on the glue and not pop up

  • Sasha Kline

    preschool blog

  • Angie Southard

    paper rainbow craft - could add cotton balls or batting to make clouds. I like the ease and free-form designs.

  • JanelleRe

    Paper Rainbow and the ten second rule

  • Renee Meyer

    Simple rainbow activity with colored strips.

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