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10 Activities for Kindergarten Rainbow Week

10 Activities for Kindergarten Rainbow Week

With March just around the corner some of my favorite units are coming up!

We've got reading, weather, and St. Patrick's day. Can you guess what those all have in common when you have to lesson plan?


Here's a rainbow round-up to help round out your rainbow week this year:

Rainbow Literacy Activities

1) Rainbow Letters

R is for Rainbow from Letters of Literacy goes well with any rainbow unit!

2) Rainbow Name Craft

This preschool rainbow name craft from Mrs. Plemons Kindergarten is a bright and colorful craft that just screams, "Hang me in the hallway!" 

Begin with Books

3) Rainbow of My Own

This is such a cute book, and I could not resist making a pack of worksheets and activities for it! You can get your copy of the activities at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Math Activities

4) Rainbow Counting Beads

Looking for rainbow math? This rainbow counting bead exercise from Modern Preschool is a perfect addition to your rainbow unit.

5) Rainbow Eraser Math

Get out your mini erasers and ten frames. Is there anything you can't do with mini erasers?


Set up a scented rainbow science activity the kids will want to do again and again from Fun A Day.

7) Walking Rainbow

This walking water science experiment is a STEM activity your class will love to observe!

Rainbow Art

8) Rainbow Weaving

Rainbow Weaving is a cute and colorful way to work on fine motor students with your Kindergarteners.

9) Q-Tip Rainbow


These free q-tip painting printables from 1+1+1=1 are great for letter recognition, fine motor, and following instructions!

Rainbow Social Emotional

10) TpT Freebie Rainbow of Emotions

Who doesn't love a freebie? Grab it here: Kindergarten Crate TpT


Last year's March Kindergarten Crate was full of rainbow goodies and with just a few more things sprinkled in you can round out your whole unit. Kindergarten Crate always includes a read aloud book for you to share with your students, and it is curated to match the most popular classroom themes for that month!

If you'd like a little more free time and a little less planning, you can get your first month of Kindergarten Crate for 10% off when you use the code RAINBOW an checkout.

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