SO LATE! But I had to get it written so that I could remember the activites the next time we do these letters:)
R is for Rainbows
I colored the holes as a guide to make the rainbow...
...but it looked cool even if you didn't follow the colored holes:)
For this rainbow I started the 6 color rainbow pattern and then tied a knot on the ends. The child uses the rest of the beads to continue the pattern. And doesn't the pipe cleaner look like a puffy cloud?:)
Tweeze a rainbow with pom poms
Or just tweeze;)
Number matching Rainbows from Confessions of a Homeschooler with magnets on the back!
Q is for quilt! I made these color by number quilts and the kids matched the color cube with the right number to see the quilt pattern.
Q is for Quiet Vs. Loud. Shake-Listen-Sort:)
Fun, fun! I love rainbows. I did a similar rainbow activity with green play dough and pipe cleaners (http://www.heidisrecipes.com/2011/03/st-patricks-day-play-dough.html). Happy Spring!ReplyDelete
OK, what's up with me finding all these AWESOME Rainbow ideas AFTER I teach MY rainbow lesson:ReplyDelete
I am gonna TOTALLY keep your fun activities in mind for next year's group... :0)