Rainbows are a symbol of joy and happiness. I have been seeing so many in the skies lately, we are having the perfect rainbow weather. In celebration, here is a list of 10 rainbow art and craft ideas to promote fine motor skills in toddlers and preschoolers.
10 Fine Motor Rainbow Art and Crafts
Play dough is a wonderful medium to discover rainbows and practice fine motor skills.
Happy Hooligans paint clever rainbows and turn them into pretty garlands.
Tissue paper is always so much fun to play with, these tissue paper rainbows are no exception.
Play around with unique painting techniques to make a rainbow master piece.
I like hand print crafts, this hand print rainbow wreath is a great application.
Potato prints encourage creative exploration of 3D print making.
Washi tape crafts are always really cute, my daughter loves playing with tape – sticking it to her animals, paper, and the table in the process.
For early scientific exploration a rainbow jar is a fun preschool project.
Another early learning project is this giant crystal rainbow craft.
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LEGO Emotions Station from Lalymom
Play Dough Sensory Mud from Stir the Wonder
20+ Edible Fine Motor Activities from School Time Snippets