Rainbow Collaborative Art
Materials: Popsicle sticks, green paint, black and yellow construction paper, glue
Crepe Paper Pot of Gold
No Mess Rainbow Art for Toddlers
In ziplock, dab rainbow colors spread apart on paper and let your toddler create!
Materials: Fruit Loops, Shamrock with name, string
Children can cut out their shamrock depending on age group and lace fruit loops on to string as well as shamrock.
Materials: Green ribbons tied together, plastic container with slits
Materials: Pipe cleaners in rainbow colors, corresponding beads, foam core
Set pipe cleaners in foam prepping for a rainbow. Child laces beads on the bends pipe cleaners over to create rainbows!
Materials: Rainbow colored paints, paper plates, scissors, Pot cutout
Food dye, baking soda, vinegar, clear shallow cups
Start with a few drops of food coloring in clear plastic cups. Cover with baking soda. Allow children to add vinegar to watch the rainbow erupt.
Materials: Gold coins with letters, Hunt and Find sheet with corresponding letters, Shamrock hat for fun
Children match the coins to the appropriate letter.
Materials: Numbered shamrocks, green pom poms
To be done during learning centers as a group of 3-4
Materials:Dry Pasta, Food coloring
Use this in your sensory centers. Encourage the children to sort the colors by providing coordinating colored cups or containers. Focus on colors and sorting.
Our Lucky Charm Footprint craft
Footprint art with non toxic paint. Title it with "Our Lucky Charm."
Materials- Bin with water, small pots, pennies and/or gold coins, legos, various supplies.
Have children predict when and what will make the pot sink. Does it sink or float?