Rainbow crafts are colorful and fun for kids of all ages!
Kids of all ages love rainbows! Boys, girls, preschoolers, teens – there’s just something special about that beautiful blend of colors that makes kids smile. Rainbow crafts are a great way to celebrate the sunshine or bring a little brightness to a rainy day. Gather up some supplies and inspire your kids to make a colorful creation!
Rainbow Crafts for Preschoolers
This fun rainbow craft gets little hands working to build those fine motor control skills that are so important as kids learn to write. The free template makes it super easy and fun!
Supplies Needed: construction paper, pencil, printable template, craft glue, scissors, white foam sheet, blue yarn
Rainbow with Cotton Ball Clouds
Create a rainbow
Recycled Paper Rainbows
Instead of throwing away scraps
Help little ones cut a paper plate into a spiral, then color the rings in the colors of the rainbow. Attach a string
Cut out multiple handprints in the colors of the rainbow. Next, cut a rainbow shape out of paper and cover it with the handprints, organized by color. These fun rainbow craft ideas for kids can also be a cute memento of their younger years.
Rainbow Craft Ideas for Older Kids
Use your favorite slime recipe and divide
Grab the box grater and your bin of broken crayons and create a rainbow of color shavings. Lay them out on a piece of wax paper, shaping the shavings into a rainbow shape. Next, cover with another piece of wax paper. Cover with a cloth and then iron to melt the shavings and paper. Trim your rainbow and hang in the window.
Rainbow Heart Door Hanger
Cut out different sized
Rainbow Friendship Bracelets
Remember those knotted friendship bracelets you made as a kid? Use embroidery thread in rainbow colors to teach your child how to make them. They’ll have a fun bracelet to wear or they can give it to
The sky is the limit when it comes to rainbow craft ideas for kids! Let your imagination soar!
Share Your Creations!
Did you do one of the rainbow crafts mentioned above? Snap a picture and tag us on Instagram @ThatKidsCraftSite! We’d love to see your creations!