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Eye Catching Rainbow Crafts & Activities for Kids
With these adorable rainbow crafts for kids, you can explore all seven colors of the rainbow. Children can make easy art projects using construction paper, or 3D rainbow crafts using construction paper for older kids as well.
You can try one or more of these projects with your art and craft supplies. There are ideas for crafting at home and for crafting in the classroom as well. Keep your learning spirit alive with our curated list of the magical rainbow pot, paper cutting, pipe cleaner, popsicle stick frame, thundershower, yarn, rolling pin art, weaving, pinata, yarn cloudy, washi tape, sponge painting, treats, wall sticky, wonderful volcano, sweet and papercraft.
Eye Catching Rainbow Crafts For Kids
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Magical Rainbow Pot With Finger Tips
The Magical Rainbow Pot is very fascinating. A beautiful rainbow coming out of a magical pot glitters all around. It will be more amazing when it will be done by your child.
Tell your kids to draw the pot and color it first then tell them to carefully dip their fingers in rainbow colors and make the sweet rainbow. They can also add the trees as shown in the picture. This will be a great idea for craftwork for school.
Paper Cutting Rainbow
Making a paper cutting rainbow out of colorful paper is an amazing project for your schoolwork this week. This rainbow craft is a lot of fun for kids of all ages, including younger ones if you do a little prep work first. All you need is paper of VIBGYOR color and cut them to make a colorful rainbow.
Colorful Pipe Cleaner Rainbow
We have heard about rainbows made with pen and paper, crayons, and small pieces of paper. But have you ever heard of the rainbow made with a pipe cleaner?
Here is a unique idea for your school project. All you need is a pipe cleaner of different colors and arrange it in the way shown in the picture.
I am pretty sure your classmates will be amused by seeing this.
Popsicle Stick Frame
Thunder Shower With Rainbow
Stuck inside your room on a Sunday morning because it is raining outside? No need to be sad you can have fun at home as well by making Thunder Shower with Rainbow.
Bring out some cotton, straws of VIBGYOR color, and a plastic plate. Cut the plastic plate in half and add pieces of cotton to it for the clouds. For the thundershower, cut the straws into small pieces and attach them by string to the clouds as shown in the picture. Then your Thunder Shower With Rainbow is ready.
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Another amazing idea is this rainbow yarn. This is a perfect art piece that your mother will surely like to aad on her showcase.
Ask your mother to give you some Yarn of different rainbow colors take a cardboard and cut it in a rainbow shape. Then wrap the cardboard with this yarn and you are ready to show it off.
You can even wrap the yarn in patterns.
Rolling Pin Art In Rainbow Shades
The rainbow rolling pin art project is always a favorite when we do it in conjunction with our annual rainbow theme. The little ones and the big ones can both do this easily, and the results are always lovely.
Even better, it’s a gross motor skill and process art combination! Your child can do it on their own or with a friend.
Salts of Rainbow color will surely be the most fascinating one. Not only for kids but also for adults as well.
Prints from these can be lifted and made into suncatchers, but as the project, they are ephemeral, lasting only a couple of days before curling up. While the process of creating art and lifting print was fun, we found it engaging as well.
Textured Rainbow Suncatcher
Children of all ages will enjoy making this rainbow suncatcher craft with contact paper! For spring or St. Patrick’s Day, create rainbow art that’s textured and beautiful!
This will be a brilliant idea for school crafts as well as for your wall decoration. I am pretty sure everyone will praise you a lot for this.
Rainbow Making With Tissue Balls
Rainbows are your children’s favorite? If so, this rainbow craft is the perfect craft for them. Besides being easy to make and fun for kids to do, this rainbow craft is also very affordable. This is also the kind of kid’s art project that will take some time to make, which makes it an excellent rainy day activity.
Stuck at home on a rainy day with your annoying children?
It is fun for a toddler, preschoolers, and kindergarteners to weave rainbow papers together.
Depending on their needs, they had a slightly different cardboard loom. Trust me, it will be the quietest in your house all day because your kids will enjoy this activity. On a rainy day inside, this is the best idea.
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Mickey Mouse Club House is probably your kid’s favorite show on T.V. You might get irritated because they watch that show all the time.
We have an idea for you by which you can keep your kids away from T.V for a while and they will enjoy it as well. This Rainbow Mickey is a perfect idea. Give them some pieces of cotton and a plate and seven different colors of the rainbow and tell them to do it as shown in the picture.
With these super easy mini rainbow pinatas, you’re sure to have a blast at your child’s birthday party. Plus, they add a great flavor to your party!
Yarn Cloudy Rainbows
This is the cutest option we have for you. Yarn-wrapped clouds and rainbow color shower is an amazing choice.
Take some cardboard cut them into cloud shapes and wrap them with white yarn. Add some googly eyes and for the face add some detailing. For the shower bring out all the seven colors of yarn and attach it to the cloud and then your Yarn Cloudy Rainbows are ready.
Rainbows & Unicorn Craft
Most of us love unicorns and rainbows. We dream of living in a world of rainbows and unicorns as well. Alas! That is not possible. But we can make rain unicorns and rainbows on our own.
Take a paper cut in the shape of the unicorn and add the detailing of the unicorn, as shown in the picture. Cut seven colors of rainbow strips and add them to the unicorn and then your Rainbow Unicorn is ready.
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Colorful Rainbow Washi Tape
This rainbow washi tape craft is perfect for spring kids’ crafts since it uses both rainbows and washi tape. Whether you make it as a stand-alone Colourful Rainbow Washi Tape craft or turn it into a cute rainbow greeting card, your washi tape rainbow will be sure to brighten anyone’s day.
Make this simple and cheerful rainbow washi tape craft with colourful washi tape of seven colors of the rainbow!
Colorful Bird Feeder
If you’re looking for a fun craft stick craft, then we’ve got this fun popsicle stick bird feeder. Make it for spring or go camping with the kids.
Adding a fun pop of color to your yard while making a fun Summer DIY project for the kids, the Popsicle stick bird feeder is both fun and colorful. Birds can use this feeder in the winter as well as in the spring. It is perfect in your yard all year round!
Sponge Paint Rainbow
Sponge painting is always kids’ favorite. So here is a great drawing for them.
This might also help them in their school’s craftwork take a sponge add the rainbow colors on it sponge it on the paper and draw the rainbow on the paper as shown in the picture. Then draw the magical pot and add some glitters to it. For the clouds use some pieces of cotton. Your Sponge Paint Rainbow is ready.
Wonderful Rainbow Volcano
With simple household items and common kitchen ingredients, kids can make this rainbow baking soda volcano experiment.
With just a few items you probably already have in your kitchen, such as baking soda, food coloring, and vinegar, your kids will love making this colorful rainbow baking soda volcano.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to make your kids a rainbow treat that will make them giddy with excitement when they catch the leprechauns!
Give these St. Patrick’s Day edible gold coins and rainbows that are perfect for friends or class or surprise your kids with leprosy with them!
Maybe it’s what awaits them after they set out of the leprechaun trap.
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Playing with bubbles colorfully, these Bubbly Rainbow are a fun recycled craft for kids!
Bubble art is one of our favorite things to make, and we couldn’t wait to make Bubly Rainbow! Using a bottle bubble blower, we made a twist on the bubble and they made the most beautiful bubbles. We’ve even tried making bottle bubble paintings!
Wall Sticky Rainbow
It is my new favorite activity out of all the contact paper ones we’ve done so far.
Give them magnetic shapes of rainbow colors and tell them to stick them to the wall in the form of a rainbow. The results are stunning and the best part is that the stick wall doesn’t have to be taken down once it’s finished. After you remove the shapes, you can do the activity again later.
Rainbows Are Sweet
Do you want a science activity that will mesmerize kids (and adults!) of all ages? Are you interested in adding some STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) to your day? If so, this M&M rainbow science activity is perfect!
It will keep you entertained! When the rainbow forms, it will be impossible to look away from it. I hope that you and your children will enjoy this activity as much as we do!
This is a perfect idea for your school project. Bring out the cardboard and some strings and seven colors of the rainbow.
Take the cardboard and cut out the raindrops and the cloud. Stick pieces of cotton on the cloud and color the raindrops with Rainbow colors. Attach these raindrops to sting and stick them to the cloud.
Now it is ready to go to your school and hang on the school wall.
Paper shamrocks in rainbow colors are much easier to make than you might think. Grab some construction paper and let’s get crafty for St. Patrick’s Day!
As with many activities and crafts we do, they often begin as one thing and become something else.
Originally this craft was a paper rainbow, then it evolved into this cute Rainbow Heart. We became addicted to these rainbow paper shamrocks before we knew what was happening!
Rainbow crafts are super easy to make, and your kids will love making them! Decorate your house for St. Patrick’s Day or give them as gifts to family and friends!
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A new baby is coming to your family tomorrow and you don’t know what to gift him/her. We have a perfect idea for you.
Make these cute little Rainbow pompons for the little ones and hang them above their head so that they can see them all the time and play with them. I am pretty sure they will find these pom poms fascinating.
Rainbow Paper Crafts
Often we have seen little kids love vibrant color and tend to draw and color with it. Now, this is a great idea for them.
Cut the rainbow-colored papers for them and let them draw with them You will surely be surprised to see their masterpiece. That will be amazing and you will keep it in your showcase.
Rainbow Paper Bag
To all the little fashionable queens out there, we have great news for you. Here comes the all-new trend of Rainbow Paper Bag. You can take it to your school and show it to your friends.
Take two plates cut one plate into half and stick them together in half one stick some pieces of cotton and on the other visible part of the other plate draw a rainbow and add a string so that you can carry your bag.
All these Rainbow Crafts will not only look food for school projects but also brighten up your home. Your child will surely love these activities as these vibrant colors always catch their attention.
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