'The Colors of Kindness' Inspired Rainbow Play
Updated: Sep 14, 2021
Created by Sally of @mommy_sprouts
This tray is made with multicoloured, homemade, non-toxic moonsand (flour, vegetable oil and food colouring - visit her page for recipe!). She added some utensils, as well as the corresponding acts of kindness from The Colors of Kindness to complete the beautiful tray!
Created by @zandersfunfactory
Rainbow Jello is the perfect edible sensory material! Make it in all different flavours, cut it into cubes and add some forks and other utensils so the kids can play while they eat!
Created by Jen of @baby.bear.went.to.play
Make Rainbow Taste-Safe "Sand" using Blended Fruitloops!
To set up the sensory bin, separate the cereal into different colours, and then blend them one at a time in a blender.
Created by Meg of @intentionalplayeveryday
Sweet affirmations directly from the book, created with dried pasta, hot glue and playdough! Stamp the words and then search for the matching pasta letter and push it into the playdough!
Challenge your kids to create a 3D Rainbow arch that stands up right with magnetic tiles!
Created by Sophia of @craftymothering
Challenge your kids to find all of the colors of Rainbow in a fun nature Scavenger Hunt. Read each page, talk about the color and act of kindness, and then head outside to find that color around your yard, park or nearby forest.
Created by Sarah of @ecocraftkids
Use recycled paper rolls and paint to create a rainbow of colours, perfect for a fine motor skill, colour matching challenge!