Spring is the perfect time to explore rainbows! This Rainbow themed printable activity pack helps preschoolers build a variety of math, literacy, and fine motor skills.
This printable pack includes the following activities:
This Rainbow Activity Pack is a 47-page PDF that includes:
Take a closer look at some of the activities in this pack:
I Can Build a Rainbow Puzzle
This fun Rainbow puzzle supports preschoolers as they learn number recognition and ordering in an engaging way.
Rainbow Roll & Color Pom Pom Match
This colorful fine motor activity is a fun way for preschoolers to also practice one-to-one correspondence as they place a small pom pom on in the circles on the mat.
Rainbow Color Matching
Preschoolers can practice color word recognition with this matching game; find the rainbow that matches the color word and match it to the mat. Alternatively your preschooler can color in the rainbow with a crayon.
Rainbow Count & Clip Cards
Practice counting and identifying numbers 1-12 with these rainbow count & clip cards.
Rainbow counting mats 1-10
Counting mats with frames and counters are a good way for young children to practice number recognition and counting with one-to-one correspondence.
Rainbow Match-Up Puzzles
Find the two cards that complete each rainbow with these colorful puzzles. Try using this activity as a memory matching game for added engagement.
Rainbow Puzzle 1-10
Assemble this rainbow by identifying numbers 1-10 and placing them in order.
Rainbow Roll and Color
Complete the rainbow by rolling the playing cube, identifying the color, then color in the matching row on the coloring page.
Rainbow Subitizing Number Match
Preschoolers can practice number recognition, counting, and subitizing with this activity. Identify the number on the rainbow, then find the clouds that represent the number in written word form and ten frame.
Rainbow Counting to 20 Mats with Frames
For advanced preschoolers; pair these counting mats with colorful pom poms for a fun way to practice counting up to 20.
Rainbow Counting Mats with Frames
Learning how to split numbers into ten is an important part of early math development. Using ten frames for counting activities is a great way to help children prepare for this skill.
Rainbow Sort by Size
Sort these little rainbows by size or place in order from smallest to largest.
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