15+ Rainbow Printables & Activities

Spring has many fun themes and rainbows are one of them! It is fun to see them after it rains.

They make the sky very pretty and look amazing. I could just look at them all day!

I decided to round up all my rainbow printables and activities to make them easier for you to find!

15+ Rainbow Printables & Activities - with printables, math, language, dot markers, crafts, watercolors, sensory and more - 3Dinosaurs.com

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Rainbow Printables

You are going o find a fun mix of printables with rainbow themes. You have themed packs, learning to read, counting, dot marker pages, sequencing, math and more.

Clover & Rainbow Dot the Number Count the Number - this is a fun counting activity with dot markers that works on numbers 0 to 20 with color or black and white options - 3Dinosaurs.com #stpatricksday #dotmaker #doadot #numbers #counting  #kindergarten #prek

Romping & Roaring R Pack: Rainbow is super easy rainbow themed letter r pack for kids to work on.

Rainbow Matching: CVC, CVCe & CVCC has a fun rhyming matching words that kids can match.

Rainbow Number Dot Marker & Counting has numbers 0 to 20 with color and black and white options.

Dot Marker Rainbow is part of the St. Patrick’s Day dot marker set. There is a color rainbow and a letter dot marker as well.

Sequencing: Seeing A Rainbow has four steps in seeing a rainbow. A simple and easy way to work on the order of events.

Rain & Umbrella Themed Spring Pack For PreK & Kindergarten has some rainbow activities in the pack.

Rainbow Addition Matching: 1 to 20 has a fun matching activity to work addition from 1 to 20 with two piece puzzles and a math mat.

Rainbow Fractions Puzzles has 6 different rainbow fractions for kids to work on with a fun math and fraction cards.


Rainbow Craft and Activities

You have several different types of rainbow crafts with torn paper, wreaths, watercolors, and painting. All of these are super fun for kids to do!

Watercolor Rainbow Process Art - kids can great creative and explore how water spreads things out with this craft for St. Patricks Day or springtime  - 3Dinosaurs.com

Yarn Rainbow Craft is a great craft for fine motor work with cutting and gluing. Plus yarn is a fun craft to use.

Torn Scrapbook Paper Rainbow is a fun way to use left over scrapebook paper and make rainbows. Plus works on fine motor tearing the paper.

Watercolor Rainbow Process Art is a super easy watercolor activity that kids can do! It is super fun to make the rainbow and see how pretty it is.

Rainbow Watercolor Pencil Painting is a great way to change up painting and see how much kids can fun with watching colors spread and mix with watercolor pencils.

Washi Tape Rainbow Wreaths is a great wreath for spring time. It has all the colors of the rainbow.

Rainbow Chalk Hand Print is a fun craft for kids to make using their hands.

Tissue Paper Rainbow is a great way to brighten up a window during spring. It is great rainbow to have in your window.

Hand Print Rainbow is an easy painting activity using hands! Loads of fun and easy to do! Handprint art is loads of fun.

Rainbow Water Bead Sensory Bin is a great way to explore the colors of the rainbow with sensory play.


Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

15+ Rainbow Printables & Activities - with printables, math, language, dot markers, crafts, watercolors, sensory and more - 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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