Here at Happily Ever Mom, we’re always on the look out for fun and engaging activities for kids.
I have to admit, that I really love a great science experiment (especially baking soda and vinegar). But, today we’re highlighting rainbow activities. And, just in case you have babies and toddlers at home, we’ve included lots of edible activities that are safe for our little ones and our older kids, too!
Science Rainbow Activities
Make a windsock with rainbow ribbons from My Little Three and Me
See if you can spot a rainbow with this gorgeous DIY telescope from Smart School House
Dye baking soda rainbow colors to make a fizzy rainbow.
Create your own rainbow inside from Buggy and Buddy
Make ice rainbow suncatchers from Twig and Toadstool
Sensory Rainbow Activities
Play with an edible rainbow that’s safe for baby’s to eat.
Baby can paint, too, with these edible rainbow paints from Fun at Home with Kids
Need something safe for little ones? Make edible rainbow water beads from Blog Me Mom
Rainbow rice noodles are perfect for sensory play from And Next Comes L
Make this gorgeous edible rainbow that kids of all ages will love from Meri Cherry Blog
Art Rainbow Activities
This rainbow busy bag will help kids with fine motor skills from Coffee Cups and Crayons
This is a clever way to paint a tape resistant rainbow from Learn, Play, Imagine
Use colorful objects around the house to make a rainbow collage from Crayon Box Chronicles
You’ll never believe how to make this rainbow marker from De Tout et De Rien
Use a compass to make rainbow art from Housing a Forest
This pipe cleaner rainbow is perfect for 3D art from Still Playing School
Cooking Rainbow Activities
I wish I was a better baker so I could make rainbow pancakes from I am baker
You can actually eat a rainbow with this yummy yogurt pop from Coffee Cups and Crayons