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Rainbows make me so happy! While nothing beats spying a real rainbow, this construction paper Rainbow Craft for Kids is a lot of fun too! Rainbow crafts and activities present an opportunity to reinforce color identification. This craft also strengthens fine motor skills and is perfect for Pre-K and Kindergarten!

*Pair with our Color Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

This Rainbow Craft for kids strengthens color recognition, fine motor skills, and is perfect for Pre-K and Kindergarten!

Rainbow Craft for Kids

Your kids will love this rainbow craft and it uses simple and inexpensive items you probably already have on hand. To start, let’s gather our materials!

Supplies needed:

  • Purple paper (construction paper or cardstock will work)
  • Blue paper
  • Green paper
  • Yellow paper
  • Orange paper
  • Red paper
  • White cardstock
  • Cotton balls
  • Glue
  • Scissors
To begin, cut a white cloud from cardstock and different color strips from construction paper.

How to Make the Rainbow Craft

To begin, cut a cloud from the white cardstock. We used almost the entire piece of paper to make our cloud. This step of the craft allows your kids to express their uniqueness as they cut out their clouds.

Cut a strip of paper from the purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, and red paper. This is a step you could prep ahead of time or have your students complete it.

Glue the colored strips of paper to the back of the cloud, so that they hang down.

Glue the colored strips to the back of the cloud so they hang down.

RELATED RESOURCE: Easy Readers – Color Words Collection

Slightly pull cotton balls apart and glue them onto the cloud to give it some texture and fluff.

Finish this rainbow craft by slightly pulling cotton balls apart and gluing them onto the cloud to give it texture.

We love to extend this activity by reading some of our favorite books about rainbows such as A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister, and How the Crayons Saved the Rainbow by Monica Sweeney.

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