It’s been a long while since we put together our last play dough kit, so this week I finally made time to create a new one! And since I have a very hard time resisting anything rainbow, this time around we went with a St. Patrick’s Day play dough kit. Read More
Gracen just recently started talking about rainbows a lot, which couldn’t have come at a better time with St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner. Since her Valentine’s colouring matching sticky wall activity was such a hit, I decided we’d do a variation of it for the week leading up to St. Patrick’s Day.
This time, using the same method as I did last time, I drew a quick rainbow with clouds on the contact paper.
And instead of construction paper cut-outs, this time I included tissue paper pieces (in coordinating rainbow colours) and cotton balls for the clouds.
I thought Gracen might ask what the cotton balls were for, given that the rainbow drawing really didn’t include any white, but not the case. She immediately dove into the bowl and started filling up the clouds.
Clearly, the cotton balls were the favourite of this activity. If I would have known, I would have attempted to dye cotton balls in all of the rainbow colours and skipped the tissue paper all together, but maybe we can try that another time.
Once all of the cotton balls had been used in one way or another, she began sticking the red tissue paper pieces on, lining them up just so. After a few, she looked at them sideways, then looked at me and exclaimed, “A row, Mum! Just like a real rainbow.” For the next week or so, I can almost guarantee that Miss G will be working on her rainbow rows.
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