More colorful rainbow fun in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on March 17, 2011

in Creative Art, Drawing, Rainbows

Today the prekindergarten class created these colorful rainbows…

They began by drawing lines with markers…

The canvas they used was two sheets of paper towels cut into the shape of a rainbow…

The teacher put a sheet of wax paper under each paper towel rainbow shape so the rainbows could easily be picked up and set aside to dry after they were finished…

After the children finished drawing the lines of their rainbows – then they sprayed the lines with water from a small water bottle…

The children had a tendency to want to hold the water bottle right on top of the paper towel – so the teacher had to remind them to hold the water bottle up a bit. But this was to no avail – they really liked spraying the water as close to the rainbow as they could get:)

As the water landed on the paper towel – the colors of the rainbow began to spread out creating a tie dye effect…

This was a terrific activity and the children just couldn’t wait until they could take a turn to make their own rainbow!

See more rainbow ideas here and be sure to add your preschool rainbow idea to the Rainbow Linky!

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