It’s Find a Rainbow Day!
With sunny skies, it may not be the best day to find a rainbow- but we can still take today make a rainbow craft and think about how beautiful they are! Today we made a rainbow window sticker!
Using contact paper and permanent colored markers, you can create your own rainbow sticker! A rainbow is made up of seven primary colors: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet. In school, I was taught to remember the colors by the name, “Roy G. Biv.” Each letter is the first letter of a color in the color order they appear in the rainbow!
Rainbows tend to symbolize peace and happiness and in children’s shows (such as Dora the Explorer), they are associated with happiness and laughter. The bright colors are appealing to children. Why don’t you take some time today to sit down with your little one and teach them about rainbows and how they are formed? The next time there is a sun shower, take the opportunity to look for and find a rainbow with your kids!