We have some lovely free printables for you today; rainbow colouring pages and some other rainbow based activity sheets. Carlie Wright has created these using the key themes in her book, The Rainbow Blots. Another exclusive activity for KiddyCharts to help play and learn with your kids.
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We have got a few different activities for you to enjoy while reading the book – a total of six different sheets for you within the activity pack:
- Two wordsearches,
- Three rainbow colouring pages for you to practice drawing with all the rainbow colours, and finally
- Activity page taken directly from the book where you can choose your favourite Rainbow Blot to draw and colour in!
Don’t forget to take a look at The Rainbow Blots song while you are exploring these sheets?
As always – we will share with you the activities before we offer the download so you can see exactly what you are getting beforehand.
Rainbow colouring pages: Introducing The Rainbow Blots
Our first page is a little introduction to The Rainbow Blots characters; why don’t your children colour them all in as they were in the book, or get a little creative with the rainbow colours?
Having fun with The Rainbow Blots
This rainbow colouring page show The Rainbow Blots having a little bit of fun with some of the things that are rainbow coloured – can you children spot them, and tell you a little about them? Perhaps they can colour them in with the right colours too, and match them to the Rainbow Blots character?
Over the rainbow colouring sheet
This is the last of the rainbow colouring pages we have for you – and it shows a rainbow so your kids can practise understand the rainbow colours for real.
The Rainbow Blots Wordsearch 1
The first of our rainbow-themed wordsearches to help consolidate understanding of the rainbow colours with children.
The Rainbow Blots Wordsearch 2
This is the second sheet we have for the book to increase understanding and literacy around the colours of the rainbow. We hope you children like them both.
Make your own Rainbow Blots character
Our final activity from the book is a Make Your Own activity – with kids being invited to make their own Rainbow Blot and share it on the activity sheet. Why not encourage them to let their imaginations, and colours flow freely?
We really do hope that you like these activities that we have put together for you on The Rainbow Blots book – if you want to know a little bit more about it. Here is the author, Carlie, reading it aloud for her daughter:
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Thanks for coming to see us, and do check out The Rainbow Blots book from Carlie too – helping to teach kids the colours of the rainbow, in the correct order, in a new, fun and engaging way.
The book introduces a brand new rainbow colours song to help children to learn the rainbow easily and with joy.
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We’ve also got some other colour-based activities on the site that are worth taking a look at too.
There are, as always, lots of other wonderful ideas out there for making rainbows and having fun with colours, so why not take a look at some of these?
We love all these ideas, and this activity pask – and we hope that you do too. See you again on the site soon,
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