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Rainbow Decor and Classroom Activities

Rainbow Decor and Classroom Activities

St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner and there are so many ways to celebrate, but don't miss all the colors of the rainbow while you are looking for that pot of gold. We have some great ideas for rainbow themed décor and activities for your classroom.

Here are some fun ways to decorate your classroom from our Rainbow Doodles Collection.

Doodly Rainbows Bulletin Board

The Doodly Rainbows Bulletin Board is a perfect set to bring color and motivational phrases into your classroom.

Rainbow Doodles 4-Poster Pack

The motivational messages on the posters in this Rainbow Doodles 4-Poster Convenience Kit will inspire students of all ages. Great for display in a school, church, daycare, or anywhere a little inspiration is needed.

Rainbow Doodles Welcome Banner

Create your own rainbow everyday with our double sided Rainbow Doodle Banner.

Check out our Mystical Magical Collection for more rainbow classroom décor options.

Now that you have some ideas for a rainbow themed classroom, here are some fun themed activities to do with your kids.

Make a Rainbow Sorting and Fine Motor Craft

For this activity, you can print out the colors of the rainbow on a sheet of paper or use a strip of our Rainbow Paint Chip EZ Border and matching rainbow colored beads. Sort the beads by color, and then have students match the colors by placing the colored bead on the same color on their rainbow sheet. BLOG CREDIT

Create a Fun Rainbow Color Sorting Sensory Bin

Use materials such as feathers, pom-poms, buttons, and matching cups in all the rainbow colors to compare hard and soft items. BLOG CREDIT

Rainbow Name Bottles

Have students learn the letters in their name by placing them inside this fun rainbow rice bottle! All it takes is alphabet beads, empty water bottles, rice and coloring. Have students mix the different rice into their bottles and add the letters of their names with the alphabet beads, then shake it up and see the colors mix! A good tip is to glue the caps on afterwards so they can't be opened and make a mess. Students will love to see the colors mix and try to find their letter beads within the bottle. BLOG CREDIT

Enjoy a FREE DOWNLOAD of our Pot of Gold Activity!

 

Also, don't forget to download the FREE Curated Classroom App to curate your classroom or any learning space with Learning Decor and a whole lot more!



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