9 Rainbow Crafts + Snacks to Celebrate Pride

Jun 30, 2016

1. Rainbow Ribbon Dancers

These are so easy and so much fun for twirling, spinning and dancing. 

A small hope with rainbow ribbons looped around the ring.

2. DIY Glitter Rainbow Snow Globe

If you have glitter, plasticine and a little jar, you can make a pretty adorable snow globe.

The supplies required to make a rainbow snow globe: a small jar, glitter, a plasticine rainbow.

3. Colourful CD Sun Catchers

Use up old CDs by turning them into eye-catching sun catchers. 

CDs coloured with multi-coloured markers hanging from fishing line in a window.

4. Tissue Paper Rainbows

This simple craft is a classic for a reason—it develops lots of different skills (colour recognition, fine motor skills, etc.,) and it looks beautiful when it's finished!

Half of a paper plate, layered with squares of coloured tissue paper in a rainbow pattern.

5. Rainbow Fruit Parfaits

Lay out a bunch of rainbow-coloured fruit and let little ones assemble their own beautiful parfait!

Colourful fruit layered in a small glass, topped with whipped cream.

6. Painted Rainbow Pine Cones

Everything looks more beautiful when it's been painted with rainbow colours! But especially pine cones. 
Two pinecones hanging from string and painted with all the colours of the rainbow.

7. Paper Plate Rainbow Mandalas

Try this spin on the classic tissue-paper rainbow paper-plate craft. It's very relaxing to put together, and will look beautiful hung in a window for pride.
Tissue-paper squares glued to a paper plate in a circular rainbow pattern, with cotton-ball clouds hanging from the plate by string.

8. Giant Outdoor Woven Rainbows

Use up old t-shirts and fabric remnants to make these giant woven rainbows!

A girl standing with a giant rainbow wheel, woven out of sticks and colourful material (old t-shirts, roving, fabric, etc.).

9. Rainbow Taste Test (Healthy Eating Trick!)

Want your kids to try some new healthy foods? Try this rainbow food taste-test activity. 

Strawberries, carrot coins, pineapple, green peas, blueberries and red grapes arranged in rainbow-coloured silicone muffin cups.


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