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Spring brings rain and sun and that means rainbows as well as St Patrick’s day so last week lost of Rainbow crafts and play activities appearing on pinterest and linking up to Tuesday Tots last week. We even created our own Confetti Rainbow Picture inspired by the rainbows we keep seeing around.
Combining music and movement this rainbow musical shaker from My Little 3 and me will get your kids moving and if you combine it with this rainbow dancing ring from Buggy and Buddy you can have a colourful session keeping those kids moving indoors when it’s raining or snowing outside.
Rainbow makes a great sensory experience combine this into a sensory bin and you have a fabulous rainbow sensory bin with plenty of ideas for playing with it from Little Bins for Little Hands. Taking it a little further the rainbow pasta and rice on the sensory table at teaching 2 and 3 year olds was used in art.
Lastly why not explore a little science with some rainbow candies from Gift of Curiosity.
Welcome back to another week of Tuesday Tots – it’s fabulous to see so many ideas linked up each week. Don’t forget that you can also pop on over to Rainy Day Mum’s facebook page and share even more there.
Tuesday Tots is hosted by Rainy Day Mum and Learn with Play at Home this week so pop on over and see what wonderful ideas Deb is featuring.
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