A Collection of Free Lesson Plans in Rainbow Colors
Rainbow Lesson Plans
Welcome to my collection of activities for children in rainbow colors! You will find each session with it's own color, listed below, full of fun and educational ideas and resources that will carry you through many weeks of rainbow colors. After each session, you could inform the children of the next one so that they could bring items of that color for an interest table or could dress in the color. This will give them something to focus on and look forward to each time and give them a sense of participation and belonging to the group.
What better theme could you find that will ignite and inspire the senses of children and adults alike? From here you will have a rich and natural springboard from which to teach them and guide them through your curriculum. I haven't labelled the activities with the steps or stages that you might look out for and need to cover, aware that different countries and regions will have different curriculums, but you will find nevertheless a great variety of activities that will amply meet your needs. I have also declined from placing age restrictions on their suitability, but rather hope that they will cover most of the younger age ranges and will be adapted easily enough when not.
These activities for children are also appropriate for those wishing to organize a more relaxed session with a group of children. So whether you are a teacher, parent or kids club organizer, I hope that you will have great fun with these free lesson plans.
Ideas on this page could be used as an introduction to the series or to sum up at the end. See below for individual links to each color lesson plan.
Vote For Your Favorite Color
What is your favorite color?
Red and yellow and pink and blue, orange and purple and green.....I can see a rainbow!
Songtime and Streamers
Using streamers in the different colors, get the children to lay them out on the floor to form a rainbow.
Use them to wave around whilst singing some songs about color that you have used in your sessions. They could move them to indicate waves of the sea, branches swaying in the wind and dancing to celebrate. Helps to develop their motion skills and socialization skills, encouraging movement and providing lots of fun.
Divide them into two teams and test their knowledge of the color sessions with this fun quizview quiz statistics
What Will You Find At The End Of The Rainbow?
Dreams in the Sky..
- Each child writes or draws a picture on a small piece of paper, of what they wish for at the end of the rainbow and fold it up.
- They choose a balloon and place the paper inside before it is blown up.
- Encourage them to think about what they wished for when the balloon flies away.
Check Out The Rainbow Lesson Plans Here
- A Free Lesson Plan Adventure With Brown Things
I hope you enjoy this Free Lesson Plan, which will take you and your childrens group on a great adventure full of brown things that involve digging, building, getting stuck in the mud, teddys in the woods and animals who are saved by boarding a...
- Top 10 Activities With The Color Blue
Take your group of children on a journey with you through these top 10 activities, discovering the secrets of the sea and getting in the holiday mood with this free lesson plan that will provide you with hours of fun and learning.
- A Colour Green Lesson Plan
Welcome to another in a series of Rainbow Lesson Plans. In this free lesson plan you will find ideas on the theme of just green. See below for lesson plans for other colours to give you lots of ideas, inspiration and resources for your children's...
- The Color Orange Lesson Plan
Another Rainbow Lesson Plan There are many seasons in life and these can be used to teach us so much about our world. At the time of writing, the world seems to be an orange mix of vibrant colors, as the seasons change from Summer to Autumn- or...
- Great Ideas For Mothers Day
Welcome to this free lesson plan with lots of ideas for mothers, which uses the color yellow as it's theme for any occasion, but especially to give ideas for Mothers Day.
- A Fun Lesson Plan With The Color Red
This lesson plan explores ways of using the color red to inspire, excite and educate young children, with a variety of activities.
- Black And White Colour Lesson Plan
Even though these colors are not colors of the rainbow, they form the basis of all color. Without light, all would be black and within light itself we see many shades and forms that we define as different colors. So begin with these two base colors a
- A Pink Party Lesson Plan
Welcome to the free lesson plan that utilizes the color pink to teach and entertain children in a group setting. Although pink is notoriously a girl's color, this lesson plan endeavours to include ideas that are not just orientated towards girls,...
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